In Jordan and the Dreadful Golem, all children are born with powers related to their names. Jordan, named after the Jordan River, can turn into water; Eden can create from her thoughts, as in the Garden of Eden; and so on and so forth. The village of Kfar Keshet seems perfectly safe. But‚ in the forest near the town, danger is rising. Jordan and his friends are on a camping trip when they see a man hunched over a book, chanting eerily and scooping mud into a shape. But what shape?
This book has a lot of tension, so I really love it. The humor is also very good, and that is another reason I would recommend it. People, read this!!!
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This was not the best book, but it wasn't too bad- it was really action packed, and I liked the premis of the story
I liked it but it was a little boring at some parts.
I didn't love this one. It was interesting tho
This is basicly a jewish verson of friday the 13 with more magic.Pretty cool book.
Kept me interested