Adam Equinox is fed up with life in the orphanage, and his thoughts begin to turn to his adventures in the computer-generated world of Karazan. Then, suddenly, the unthinkable happens. Someone wants to adopt him! Adam is sure that it can only be Quentin Quested, the computer software billionaire who has taken Adam under his wing.
Adam Equinox is fed up with life in the orphanage, and his thoughts begin to turn more and more to his adventures in the computer-generated world of Karazan. Then, suddenly, the unthinkable happens. Someone wants to adopt him! Adam is sure that it can only be Quentin Quested, the computer software billionaire who has taken Adam under his wing. It should be a dream, but something doesn't quite add up. Once again Adam finds himself propelled into Karazan to rescue an important microcomputer that has fallen into the clutches of the evil King Karazeel. The microcomputer has the power to open the gateway between Karazan and Earth, with terrible consequences. Only Zephyr, the mythical baby prince born on the night of the true King's murder can defeat Karazeel. It is up to Adam to find him and fulfil the prophesy of the Prince of the Wind.
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V.M. Jones lives in Christchurch with her husband and two sons. Her previous novels are Buddy, which won the Junior Fiction and Best First Book Awards in the 2003 New Zealand Post Children's Book Awards, and Juggling with Manadarins (2003). The Serpents of Arakesh, the first book in The Karazan Quartet, was shortlisted for both the 2004 New Zealand Post Junior Fiction Award and the 2004 LIANZA Esther Glen Medal. The Lost Prince is the third book in The Karazan Quartet.
Karazan: The Lost Prince by V. M. Jones
V. M. Jones
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