Amos Daragon #1 by Bryan Perro
The Mask Wearer

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The main character, Amos Daragon, is only a child but has the power of air. All he needs now are the other three: water, earth and fire. Let me tell you one thing: This is one of my favourite books.
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"A smart choice for die-hard fantasy lovers. . . . Fans of Cornelia Funke's Inkheart trilogy will approve."--Booklist

Amos Daragon's life changes forever the day a mermaid gives him a mask capable of harnessing the strength of the wind—and appoints Amos as the new Mask Wearer. His task: to find the masks for the other elements, earth, fire, and water. Only then will Amos be fully empowered to battle the evil forces that threaten to destroy the balance of nature and plunge the world into darkness.
To fulfill his destiny, Amos must make his way to the mysterious woods of Tarkasis. But a wicked sorcerer is terrorizing the land, searching for a skull pendant that was stolen from him—a pendant that conceals a secret weapon. What will Amos do when the pendant falls into his hands? Will Beorf, a boy who can morph into a bear, and Medusa, a snake-haired gorgon, turn out to be friend or foe? And will Amos master any of his newfound skills as Mask Wearer in time to face a formidable enemy? His chanllenges are great . . .  and they're just beginning.


From the Hardcover edition.
 

About Bryan Perro

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Bryan Perro is the author of Amos Daragon, a 12-book children's fantasy series that is a bestseller in his native Quebec.
 
Published February 8, 2011 by Delacorte Books for Young Readers. 178 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Kennedy John on Mar 18 2011

The main character, Amos Daragon, is only a child but has the power of air. All he needs now are the other three: water, earth and fire. Let me tell you one thing: This is one of my favourite books.

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