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Bobby Pendragon

  • Date Submitted: 05/22/2011 05:41 PM
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Plot introduction
The story takes place in a "territory" (Universe separate from the "Second Earth" universe of the story, of which there are many.) called Denduron. Denduron has three suns, one to the east, the north, and the south, but besides that, it has most of the same characteristics as Earth. The story is based around two tribes: the Milago and the Bedoowan. The Milago are treated very poorly by the Bedoowan; they live in little huts without running water or even outhouses, and have to mine for a valuable stone called glaze every hour of the day in order to meet the demands of Kagan, the queen of the Bedoowan. If the Milago do not meet the required supply of glaze which changes for each day, then one of them is killed by being pushed into an abandoned mine shaft. This process is used by a weight system that weighs the person in glaze. The Bedoowan have more advanced tools and technologies such as running water, stoves, and artificial light. File:Pendragon.jpg

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This book, the first of the series, is written as two different subplots happening at the same time. One subplot is Bobby's adventures in the territory of Denduron, but the story also tells of his friends back on Second Earth, Mark and Courtney, who read of Bobby's adventures in the journals he sends them.

The story starts with Bobby, a normal fourteen year old boy, preparing to leave his home to play in the state basketball semi-finals, but before he leaves, Courtney Chetwynde, a popular girl at his school, comes to his house and admits her feelings toward him. After a passionate kiss between Bobby and Courtney, Bobby's Uncle Press arrives and tells Bobby to come with him.

They drive on a motorcycle to a boarded-up subway station in the Bronx, where they meet the main villain, Saint Dane, whose goal is to destroy the barriers between the ten territories of Halla; every territory, person, living thing, and time there ever was and will be. Saint Dane is disguised as a...


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