13 (The Last Thirteen, Book 1) by James Phelan

By James Phelan

Thirteen books. 13 nightmares. One future. Are you considered one of them?

Inception meets The Da Vinci Code during this new sequence from the writer of the global bestselling 39 Clues!

Sam is a Dreamer. one of many thirteen, whose goals — and nightmares — can turn into actual. those contributors won't basically keep the area, yet switch it ceaselessly. they're our final desire within the conflict opposed to evil. they only don't are aware of it yet.

Sam is the 1st of the thirteen to be exposed. He starts his determined venture in Vancouver, and units off around the globe to discover the opposite twelve Dreamers and find the scattered artifacts had to store the realm from the last word evil. yet will they be powerful adequate to outmaneuver a military of educated brokers, thwart safety officers at museums, libraries, executive amenities, and archaeological websites, and face the terrifying determine that haunts their dreams?

The event keeps on-line at thelast13.com, the place extra content material extends the storyline of every publication.

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The canebrake rattlesnake is grayish-brown or pinkish-buff with dark bands across its body, an orange or rusty-red stripe down the middle of its back and a brown or black tail that ends with a rattle. It's common in flatwoods, hammocks and, during the warm months, swampy areas. The pygmy or ground rattlesnake usually grows to no more than 24 inches and makes a sound like a buzzing insect if you get near enough. They're fat little suckers with a gray body marked by round, brown spots as well as reddish spots alternating with darker ones down the middle of the back.

Florida has an abundance of springs and clear rivers, but many of the trails don't go near them. Even if they did, the water usually isn't safe to drink. A good rule of thumb is to bring one gallon per person per day. ·Pack food, such as granola bars, trail mix and jerky, in case something goes wrong and you're stuck out there for a while. On Horseback Several national and state forests, parks and conservation areas provide trails, and a few have stalls, for the toughened-fanny crowd. Most trails operated through the Rails to Trails program which are converted railroad beds - offer a separate trail for riders.

You don't want to undergo the treatment for rabies. ·Black bears. They're usually not aggressive, but they are wild. They also pack a large appetite and love mischief. Keep your food and scraps away from them. That means locking coolers and food in your vehicle when you're not there and putting trash in dumpsters, making sure the lid is tightly shut. We don't have to tell you to avoid feeding them, right? ·Feral hogs. Brought here by the Spanish, these wild critters are more of a destructive nuisance than anything.

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