Addison Cooke and the Tomb of the Khan by Jonathan W. Stokes

By Jonathan W. Stokes

The Goonies meets Indiana Jones in Addison's moment laugh-out-loud experience! A trip via Asia in pursuit of the mythical tomb of Genghis Khan.

Fresh off of a successful treasure hunt and rescue undertaking in South the United States, Addison Cooke simply can not seem to avoid rogue bandits, pesky booby traps, and mystery treasure troves. however it yes beats sitting round at school all day.

Addison's aunt and uncle, nonetheless, are none too satisfied approximately their behavior of attracting kidnappers. once they develop into pawns in a deadly gang's plan to scouse borrow the main prized ownership of the infamous Mongolian chief Genghis Khan, Addison and his pals locate themselves once more stuck in the course of a multi-million-dollar foreign heist. Armed with not anything yet their wits and thirst for experience, they trip throughout Asia in an try to rescue Addison's relatives and forestall the treasure from falling into the inaccurate hands.

Brimming with round the clock motion and hundreds laughter, Addison Cooke and the Tomb of the Khan is perfect for enthusiasts of Indiana Jones, historical background, and James Patterson’s Treasure Hunters series.

Praise for Addison Cooke 

"Combines the derring-do of Indiana Jones with a real archaeological secret. Stokes brings a cinematic scope to the tale. This full of life debut can provide extra seat-of-the-pants thrillsfor readers who love adventure."--Booklist

"Cinematic pacing and motion force the tale, yet it’s Addison and his neighbors who will maintain readers engaged. Humor isn't in brief provide . . . and Addison’s never-ending optimism and irrepressible self assurance in his personal skills are endearing."--School Library Journal

"Addison is usually one step sooner than the adults, yet his lead is continually threatened, development regular pressure through the novel, screenwriter Stokes’s debut."--Publishers Weekly 

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