Tennis Shoes Adventure Series, Vol. 6: The Lost Scrolls (Paperback)
|Tennis Shoes Adventure Series, Vol. 6: The Lost Scrolls Teens||Chris Heimerdinger (Author)||BUY $24.99|
A Mission of Infinite Danger — A Rescue of Impossible Odds
Join fifteen-year-old Harry Hawkins and Megan Sorenson as they face the awesome challenges of courage and survival in the hostile world of Jerusalem in 70 A.D.
Now in the grasp of the evil sorcerer, Simon Magus, Meagan must conquer her greatest fears to free herself and the young Jewish orphan, Jesse. In the meantime, Harry must make an impossible journey to Jerusalem with Gidgiddonihah, the Nephite warrior, as the thundering armies of Rome seek to bring about the city's fiery destruction. Harry's object: to recover a sacred scroll that may contain the ultimate power and mysteries of the universe — the very key to saving his friends, and perhaps even to saving himself.
Journey with our young heroes as they face flames, swords, desperate villains, and perhaps the greatest loves of both of their lives in this, the sixth volume of the award-winning Tennis Shoes Adventure Series.
- Audio Length: 6 Hours
- Book on CD: Abridged
About the Author
CHRIS HEIMERDINGER is the writer/director of the movie Passage to Zarahemla and the songwriter/producer of the album Whispered Visions. However, he is the best known as the author of the popular Tennis Shoes Among the Nephites Adventure series as well as Passage to Zarahemla. Chris has imagined a tale that bridges modern times with the world of The Book of Mormon. He has published a novel sequel to Passage entitled Escape From Zarahemla which ties together the Zarahemla world with the Tennis Shoes world in a unique and fascinating way. He has also recently published Muckwhip’s Guide to Capturing the Latter-day Soul — a modern satire featuring a fictional devil named Muckwhip striving to “bring down” one specific member of the LDS faith. Chris is the father of five children and five step children. His second oldest son, Ammon, is currently serving a mission in Columbia, South America. The joys of Chris’s life are his children and his eternal companion, Emily.
Makes you want more.
by Nanette - reviewed on September 23, 2008
You really get invested in the characters. You need these books.
The best so far!!!
by Chris - reviewed on September 13, 2008
This is the best book of the series so far! I am about to start number 7, and out of the books "The lost scrolls" is the very best. Every time I was reading at night, I just couldn't put it down!
Heimerdinger is fearless!
by Customer - reviewed on September 22, 2008
Where is the next book?? I can't wait!