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by Chris Heimerdinger




When Becky and Josh Plimpton are kidnapped by Todd Finlay, Megan and her two suitors, Ryan and Apollus, attempt to rescue them, but through the mysterious powers of the Rainbow Room, one group ends up in nineteenth-century Jerusalem and the other in central America hundreds of years after the visitation of the Savior to the Nephites.
Download Warriors of Cumorah epub
ISBN: 1577349229
ISBN13: 978-1577349228
Category: Children
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Author: Chris Heimerdinger
Language: English
Publisher: Covenant Communications (October 1, 2001)
Pages: 394 pages
ePUB size: 1904 kb
FB2 size: 1702 kb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 603
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Tamesya
I have read all of the Tennis Shoes books and love them all. It's been several years since I read Warriors of Cumorah. Thoroughly enjoyed it again. My favorite part is when Ryan and Apollus use their priesthood to bless the children and injured people of Sebalche. I shed tears of gratitude and joy every time I read that part because I am so grateful to hold that holy priesthood myself, and to be able to bless my family through that sacred power entrusted to me is beyond wonderful. This book is a good story, to boot. Enjoy. I know I'll read all of these stories again and again. They are fun, exciting, and uplifting.
Hinewen
We have enjoyed the Tennis Shoes Adventure Series, and reccomend it to all readers. Our grand children enjoy listening to this series, as we find them from various sorces we send them allong. Grandparents like listening to Adventure stories too.
Tantil
Can't go wrong with Heimerdinger. My 9-year old loved it, and having read all the books in the series up to Warriors of Cumorah, is eager to get the next. He got Warriors for Christmas so I'm thinking he'll get the next one on his birthday.
DarK-LiGht
This is my second time through this serise and I love them every bit as much as the first time! Excellently written
Oppebro
I read this with my kids every night before going to bed. Very fun, they love the story and it has great values and a good message
Iseared
My brother and I have been reading the Heimerdinger "Tennis Shoes" series since they first came out in 1989. Even now, as adults, we still enjoy them, and have read the series (through 9) multiple times. This is the first book of the series that comes with notes for each chapter, which adds much to the understanding of the historical nature of the story. This is also the first book in the series that is told from the perspective of several characters. Because of this, the book jumps around much. I imagine that some kids may have difficulty keeping the flow of the novel with so much switching between narrators. As with the other books in the series (#3 and forward), there are multiple story-lines in the book. However, this is the first book that really does not connect the stories, and therefore leaves the book lacking in some respects. Even the next in the series does not connect the stories, so I wait with eager anticipation that #10 will finally wrap them all together. Unlike the trilogy of 5-7, which connected nicely all the way through, this one leaves a group of characters essentially floating in a literary limbo, leaving the reader wondering. Nevertheless, for readers of the series, one must read this one too. "Gadiantons and the Silver Sword (#2)" remains my favorite of the series for suspense, and numbers 3 and 4 remain my favorites for story-line. Enjoy!
Wooden Purple Romeo
This awesome adventure book sends you flying to the ancient Americas, and Old Jerusalem.
When Garth Plimpton's kids are stolen, Meagan, Apollos,and Marco are accidentally thrown into the Mayan times! While they are trying to get home, Joshua, Becky, and Mary get caught in a time continum that sends them to Old Jerusalem, where they meet an old villian, and an unexpected time traveller.
This story has a great hangtail endng, and I can't wait for the next one!
Okay guys you are in for a thrill. Chris has done it again! I give it five stars. Chris takes a little girl, gives her some "magic powers" and wham you have a novel. The book is not just about a little girl its about surviving in a strange and unknown world I have to admit that it does have a bit of romance, not too much to where the book is mushy gushy or any thing. In the book you are never one one subject for more than one chapter which keeps you on your toes and something is always around the corner ready to jump out and suprise you!