Curse of the Ancients (Infinity Ring #4)

Curse of the Ancients (Infinity Ring #4)

Language: English

Pages: 192

ISBN: 0545901197

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

From the publishers of Spirit Animals and The 39 Clues and the mind of James Dashner, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Maze Runner.

Action, humor, and real history collide in the Infinity Ring series!

Sera has a secret. She's seen the future, and it is a terrifying place. Unfortunately, she can't do anything to prevent the Cataclysm while stranded with Dak and Riq thousands of years in the past. Their only hope lies with the ancient Maya, a mysterious people who claim to know a great deal about the future. Is there more to these ancients than meets the eye?

BONUS! Join the adventure -- and experience key moments in history -- in the epic online Infinity Ring game. Each book in the series unlocks a whole new quest at

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because the Ring took us to the wrong time?” Sera shook her head and focused her eyes in front of her. She was done thinking about the Cataclysm. They had too much work to do. “Did you have one of those Remnant things?” “I wasn’t crying, Dak!” Sera snapped. “Just leave it alone already.” “Jeez,” Dak said. “Bite my head off. Maybe I just wanted to make sure you were okay.” The sky lit up with lightning, followed by the crashing sound of more thunder. All three of them cowered as they ran.

confused.” “My hope is that a highly spiritual man like de Landa,” Bacab said, “would never stoop so low as confiscating our history.” “Well, I wouldn’t hope too hard,” Dak said quietly, so only Sera could hear. K’inich was whispering something into Bacab’s ear now. Sera pulled Dak aside and said, “Maybe this is the Break we’re supposed to fix.” After talking with Bacab she felt suddenly reenergized, like she was ready to fight again. Maybe this was the mark of a great leader. “That’s it,”

they remain in the ocean until he caught a fish, too. He threatened to tell his father if the elder failed to respect his wishes. ‘You would lose your standing in the village,’ he said. The elder pointed to the swirling sky and told the king’s son they were in danger, and he began paddling toward the shore.” They were at the stairs now and K’inich descended them slowly. “On their way in,” he said, “the sea grew very rough. A powerful wave rose up and slammed into the wooden raft. The

too. “They’re snakes,” she said. “Hold on a sec. Dak, get over here with the SQuare.” “Oh, I can’t even get a ‘please’ now?” Riq turned around, saw Sera take the SQuare from Dak, power it on, and quickly pull up the riddle. “ ‘Dig deep, deeper, deepest,’ ” she read. She looked up at Riq and Dak and said, “What if this isn’t the deepest room in the observatory?” “Kisa’s trying to tell us something,” Riq said, scanning stones again. The tiny snake engravings clearly descended all the way down

sucked in a deep breath of fresh air. The first thing he saw was smoke billowing into the sky. The monks were already torching everything. Then he noticed the sky itself, which was dull and gray and filled with angry-looking storm clouds. The secret underground staircase had led to almost the exact spot where they’d warped in: just behind the observatory, in an overgrown patch of wild grass. Dak thought back to when they first arrived and how he’d hardly noticed the grass. Little did he know

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