Island Of Doom by Greg Farshtey
  

Island Of Doom

Written by Greg Farshtey

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Weird, wonderful and packed with action, this is the first in a brand new set of Bionicle Legends. Ancient evil, incredible treasures, all too powerful enemies blend together with good versus evil vying for supremacy.

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Island Of Doom by Greg Farshtey

The Toa Nuva meets an enemy, the Piraka, on their quest to rid evil from the Bionicle universe. When 6 powerful figures appear on an island in peril, they are welcomed by the villagers as Toa come to save them. But these newcomers have dangerous plans for the island and the Matoran who live there. Only the Toa Nuva can stop them, or can they?

About the Author

Farshtey is the author of 18 published BIONICLE books, four published EXO-FORCE books, and a small number of Bionicle guidebooks. Prior to beginning work on this series, he had three published novels: The River of God (1992), Hell's Feast (1994) and Demon's Dream (1996), as well as two textbooks for children. He has also authored or co-authored over 35 roleplaying game books, as well as designed the roleplaying Shatterzone and Bloodshadows universes.

He is currently employed as the Editor in Chief for the Community Education Direct division of the LEGO Company.

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Format

Paperback (b Format)

Author

Greg Farshtey
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Publisher

Harpercollins Publishers

Publication date

5th March 2007

ISBN

9780007246267

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