Published October 9, 2007
by Listening Library (Audio) .
Written in English
|Contributions||Richard Mcgonagle (Narrator)|
|The Physical Object|
Grimpow: The Invisible Road, initially written by Rafael Abalos, has a great plot set up. Sadly, I did not finish this book due to a lack of quality writing. The writing is sub-par and the character development is weak/5. Grimpow: The Invisible Road and Grimpow y la Bruja de la Estirpe. Home; Grimpow Series. 2 primary works • 2 total works. Book 1. Grimpow: The Invisible Road. by Rafael Ábalos. Ratings Reviews published 36 editions. Book 2. Grimpow y la Bruja de la : Rafael Ábalos. As a teenager, Rafael Ábalos was an avid reader of adventure stories. A lawyer for many years, he discovered by accident that he loved to write these stories as well. His first book for young readers, Grimpow: The Invisible Road, will be published around the world in 27 countries. He lives and writes in southern Spain/5(14). Rafael Ábalos (born 12 October ) is a Spanish author of the bestseller book Grimpow: The Invisible Road (ISBN ) published in The children's fantasy novel was about a boy finding a mysterious amulet in France who becomes a focus of a "centuries-old mission" to enlighten humanity. According to a review in Publishers Weekly, Ábalos "blends the grand-scale storytelling Born: 12 October (age 63), Archidona, Málaga, Spain.
Grimpow is a young boy living a hand to mouth existence with his friend Durlib, but this all changes one day when they come across the body of a dead knight lying in the snow. As they go through the dead man's possessions, his body vanishes, leaving Grimpow with a large stone, which seems to give him certain knowledge he never had before. Grimpow had no idea who the dead man was, but hidden in his leather bag was a treasure that would change his life for ever. Ruby and emerald encrusted daggers, silver coins, jewels, and a letter with a golden seal depicting a snake swallowing its own tail. And clutched in the man's firm grip - a stone. A stone that will shape Grimpow's destiny. One of the latest entries into this YA market is a book from Spain. Rafael Ábalos, a lawyer by training, his first book for young readers, Grimpow: The Invisible Road, in This book starring a "chosen one" boy around years of age in the early 14th century quickly became an international bestseller, topping some charts in Spain and. Parents need to know that the volume Pendragon series tells the story of Bobby Pendragon, a space/time "Traveler" who learns to use his special gifts to protect the inhabitants of Halla -- the fantastical world where he lives -- from the diabolical villain Saint Dane. Like Harry Potter, Bobby -- age 14 in Book 1, The Merchant of Death-- grows up as the series progresses and becomes more 4/5.
As a teenager, Rafael Ábalos was an avid reader of adventure stories. A lawyer for many years, he discovered by accident that he loved to write these stories as well. His first book for young readers, Grimpow: The Invisible Road, will be published around the world in /5(2). Rafael Abalos, Author, translated by Noël Baca rte $ (p) ISBN Grimpow, the hero of this slow-moving fantasy, moves from being an apprentice thief, to an eager squire, to the wisest sage in the world. When Grimpow finds the fabled philosopher's stone on a dead man's body, he is thrust into a conflict between the Author: Richard Mcgonagle. Grimpow had no idea who the dead man was, but hidden in his leather bag was a treasure that would change his life for ever. A centuries' long journey that has driven sane men crazy, turned peaceful men to violence, and made strong men powerless.