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Black Water ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☆ Black Water ✪ Author D.J. MacHale – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk BREAKING THE RULESJust when fifteen year old Bobby Pendragon thinks he understands his purpose as a Traveler to protect the territories of Halla from the evil Saint Dane he is faced with an impossible BREAKING THE RULESJust when fifteen year old Bobby Pendragon thinks he understands his purpose as a Traveler to protect the territories of Halla from the evil Saint Dane he is faced with an impossible choice The inhabitants of Eelong are in danger of being wiped out by a mysterious plague The only way Bobby can stop it is to bring the antidote from another territory Since moving items between territories is forbidden by the Traveler rules, if Bobby chooses to save Eelong he could endanger himself, his friends, and the future of every other being in Halla.

    Download Book Best Sellers in PDF format wiped out by a mysterious plague The only way Bobby can stop it is to bring the antidote from another territory Since moving items between territories is forbidden by the Traveler rules, if Bobby chooses to save Eelong he could endanger himself, his friends, and the future of every other being in Halla."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 448 pages
  • Black Water
  • D.J. MacHale
  • English
  • 15 March 2017

About the Author: D.J. MacHale

DJ MacHale is a writer, director, executive producer and creator of several popular television series and moviesHe was raised in Greenwich, CT and graduated from Greenwich High School While in school, he had several jobs including collecting eggs at a poultry farm, engraving sports trophies and washing dishes in a steakhousein between playing football and running track DJ then attended New York University where he received a BFA in film productionHis filmmaking career began in New York where he worked as a freelance writer director, making corporate videos and television commercials He also taught photography and film productionDJ broke into the entertainment business by writing several ABC Afterschool Specials After moving to Los Angeles, he made the fulltime switch from informational films, to entertainment As co creator of the popular Nickelodeon series Are You Afraid of the Dark , he produced all episodes over years He wrote and directed many of the episodes including the CableAce nominated The Tale of Cutter s Treasure starring Charles S Dutton He was nominated for a Gemini award for directing The Tale of the Dangerous Soup starring Neve CampbellDJ also wrote and directed the movie Tower of Terror for ABC s Wonderful World of Disney which starred Kirsten Dunst and Steve Guttenberg The Showtime series Chris Cross was co created, written and produced by DJ It received the CableAce award for Best Youth SeriesDJ co created and produced the Discovery Kids series Flight Down for which he writes all the episodes and directs several His work on Flight Down has earned him both Writers Guild of America and Directors Guild of America award nominationsOther notable writing credits include the classic ABC Afterschool Special titled Seasonal Differences the pilot for the long running PBS CBS series Ghostwriter and the HBO series Encyclopedia Brown, Boy Detective for which he received a CableAce nomination for writingIn print, DJ has co written the book The Tale of the Nightly Neighbors, based on his own teleplay and penned the poetic adaptation of the classic Norwegian folk tale East of the Sun and West of the MoonThe book series Pendragon Journal of an Adventure through Time and Space marks DJ s first turn as a novelist He plans for this series of Young Adult adventures to span a total of booksDJ lives in Southern California with his wife Evangeline and daughter Keaton They are avid backpackers, scuba divers and skiers Rounding out the household are a Golden Retriever, Maggie and a Kitten, Kaboodle.



10 thoughts on “Black Water

  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Black Water Pendragon 5 , D.J MacHaleBlack Water is the fifth book in the Pendragon series by D J MacHale it was published August 3, 2004 Four months after Mark and Courtney were faced with Saint Dane in the root cellar of the old house they find the 16th journal leading to Bobbys journey on Eelong only the rules have been twisted around and changed Saint Dane is trying to stir up genocide To do so, he has poisoned the crops gathered by the races of Eelong, urged the Klee to hunt and Black Water Pendragon 5 , D.J MacHaleBlack Water is the fifth book in the Pendragon series by D J MacHale it was published August 3, 2004 Four months after Mark and Courtney were faced with Saint Dane in the root cellar of the old house they find the 16th journal leading to Bobbys journey on Eelong only the rules have been twisted around and changed Saint Dane is trying to stir up genocide To do so, he has poisoned the crops gathered by the races of Eelong, urged the Klee to hunt and eat the Gar, and arranged for Black Water to be bombarded by toxic gases 2011 1390 568 5 9786001820250 20

  2. Beth Beth says:

    This series really is so well plotted.Book one Bobby gets luckyBook two Bobby has help, suffers a lossBook three Bobby almost doesn t make it, questions himselfBook four They don t winBook five The world starts falling apart I don t remember this book that well though honestly I m not sure how I forgot it and I found it compelling and smart The writing is serviceable, no better, but the plot steams ahead, pulling the characters and the world with it, asking all the right questions at a This series really is so well plotted.Book one Bobby gets luckyBook two Bobby has help, suffers a lossBook three Bobby almost doesn t make it, questions himselfBook four They don t winBook five The world starts falling apart I don t remember this book that well though honestly I m not sure how I forgot it and I found it compelling and smart The writing is serviceable, no better, but the plot steams ahead, pulling the characters and the world with it, asking all the right questions at all the right times I don t remember much in the way of specifics, but I see why I liked this series so much in the past Something to touch on when I get to The Quillan Games potential similarities between The Reality Bug and Ready Player One.

  3. Adam Floyd Adam Floyd says:

    This book was amazing, the characters were great as well as the action and suspense the fifth book in the pendragon series and probably the best one since the merchant of death i especially like what he s done with this new world, the setting takes place in a jungle, a world filled with perilous dangers, extinct animals, vicious predators,and many other new things about the new territory but its a really good read and the abilities of bobby pendragon and the acolytes of his are completely ne This book was amazing, the characters were great as well as the action and suspense the fifth book in the pendragon series and probably the best one since the merchant of death i especially like what he s done with this new world, the setting takes place in a jungle, a world filled with perilous dangers, extinct animals, vicious predators,and many other new things about the new territory but its a really good read and the abilities of bobby pendragon and the acolytes of his are completely new and unexpected the traveler on this new territory is evenunpredictable bobby pendragon just getting done with his training on zadaa with his traveler companion loor, is now on the journey to find and defeat saint dane again this journey takes him to a jungle like world where the quigs saint danes guardians of the flumes are humans usualy it would be a spider or a snake or even a wolf but not on this territory the people here are even stranger, giant cats who can walk on two legs they live in the trees in a village called alexandria down below the trees is where only the brave can venture because the natural predators are the tangs, velocoraptor like creatures who only want one thingmeat the cats of this territory have the humans as pets and laborers, they are the brave souls who go down below the village to gather food for the village but there isthen just that village in that jungle world, beyond the mountains, there lies a place where the humans are the superior race, little does anyone know that both of their lives are about to collide and destroy the territory

  4. Priya Priya says:

    It was interesting, but all the books in this series are starting to get really depressing None of them have happy endings And seriously, who wants to keep reading books that end unhappily

  5. Giselle Giselle says:

    Excellent adventure, and even if we have no answers yet, I m still intrigued

  6. Lauren Lauren says:

    It s officially hit a new level of what the fuck with this series I think I probably yelled that at the book about ten times in the last 10 pages alone Thank goodness I was home alone when I finished.Aghhhhh This book was so clever I loved that the main species in this territory wasn t human, it made it eveninteresting and the world building once again was fantastic But then surprise humans still exist in this territory, but not quite as expected Shines a lot of light on the way It s officially hit a new level of what the fuck with this series I think I probably yelled that at the book about ten times in the last 10 pages alone Thank goodness I was home alone when I finished.Aghhhhh This book was so clever I loved that the main species in this territory wasn t human, it made it eveninteresting and the world building once again was fantastic But then surprise humans still exist in this territory, but not quite as expected Shines a lot of light on the way we treat some of the beings on our planet, but I m not here to talk about that I m here to talk about the book in all its glory.MacHale is so good with character development and the characters truly being unique and themselves the whole time I absolutely love all of these people and characters so much And Saint Dane is one of the most incredibly evil, vindictive, and clever villains I ve ever come across and my hate for him just increased exponentially.Pendragon has got to be one of the most resourceful main characters ever and I love watching him learn as he goes He s got a good head on his shoulders and isn t afraid to do what needs to be done He s one of the least static and most progressive characters ever without it being overkill He s still, after everything, under every layer, Bobby Pendragon and I admire that I m really loving getting to see all the different travelers from all the territories and how they interact with each other It doesn t always run as smoothly as it could, but that s realistic and I loved it I m so upset that I have to wait a few hours to get my hands on the next book I need it right now Aghhhh

  7. Halley Hopson Halley Hopson says:

    Reread 2016 This one was always one of my favorites because it has almost all of the characters in one place at one point which has never happened before now I also just absolutely adore the territory of Eelong and the way it is described and especially the fact that the main beings are giant predator cat people Just fantastic.Black Water is definitely a huge turning point for the series in the way that it ends, which I will not get into for fear of spoilers But this is the last of the Reread 2016 This one was always one of my favorites because it has almost all of the characters in one place at one point which has never happened before now I also just absolutely adore the territory of Eelong and the way it is described and especially the fact that the main beings are giant predator cat people Just fantastic.Black Water is definitely a huge turning point for the series in the way that it ends, which I will not get into for fear of spoilers But this is the last of the books that I remember clearly enough to predict the ending if I am remembering correctly I do recall bits and pieces of books six and seven as well but the last three in the series are a complete blur to me I am excited to move forward and discover the fate of Halla for myself

  8. Aakash Yadav Aakash Yadav says:

    I now really feel bad that this series isn t famous as Harry Potter or Percy Jackson The author has a wild imaganation This book was thriling, fast paced, brilliant There were very new things like gigs and zenzens From now on this series will be equal to HP and PJO for me I will highly recommend it to anybody Looking forward for the next books in series.

  9. Orion Mullen Orion Mullen says:

    That was great Sucks that Kasha died though I wonder how everyone is gonna get out of Eelong though Or if they ll get out Can t wait for the next one.

  10. Julie Julie says:

    This was a good installment in the Pendragon series There were good plot twists, and layers that were added for the overall series story arch Would recommend.

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