The Adventures of Tintin: Vol 5
Written by Herge
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Volume 5 - The Seven Crystal Balls; Prisoners of the Sun: Land of Black Gold
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The Adventures of Tintin: Vol 5 by Herge
The Seven Crystal Balls - Seven explorers are home from Peru; among their trophies is the mummy of Rascar Capac, looted from an Inca tomb. One by one the explorers are struck by a mysterious illness, and beside each lies the fragments of a crystal ball. Tintin and Captain Haddock are soon involved - They learn of the ancient curse upon those who violate the Inca's tomb. Then one night the mummy vanishes, and later, Professor Calculus is kidnapped. Tintin, Snowy and Captain Haddock take up the chase in the first part of a remarkable South American adventure.
Prisoners of the Sun - Tintin, Snowy and Captain Haddock have a kidnapping on their hands. Professor Calculus has vanished. His disappearance is certainly connected with an ancient curse of the Incas, and the trail leads the trio to Peru. But everyone fears the vengeance of the Prince of the Sun, and only Zorrino, the young orange-seller, will help them. In this sequel to The Seven Crystal Balls, Tintin is involved in one of his strangest and most colorful adventures.
Land of Black Gold - Who is trying to sabotage European supplies of gasoline and why? An international situation develops which threatens to result in war unless the saboteurs can be brought to justice. Tintin is called in, and he and Snowy are soon following the tracks of the evil and dangerous plotters to the deserts and towns of the Middle East, where their efforts to find them are complicated by hazards difficult even by Tintin's standards.
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