263. Bone: Treasure Hunters

Treasure Hunters by Jeff Smith. (Canada) - (US)
Bone, Vol. 8


Pages: 136
Ages: 9+
Finished: Nov. 29, 2011
First Published: 2002 (colourized edition, 2008)
Publisher: Graphix/Scholastic
Genre: children, graphic novel, fantasy
Rating: 4/5


First sentence:
He's talking to the bug again.

Acquired: Purchased a new copy from an online retailer.
Reason for Reading: next in the series.

Tension mounts as our story nears its end.  This volume isn't quite as dark as the last entry but it is intense as lines are drawn and the sides gather to prepare for the final battle.  Capturing the princess is the enemy's main objective, while gathering the troops and still finding a last minute way to stop The Lord of the Locusts is our heroes'.  Humour is also a big part of this volume as Phoney is once again on one of his schemes to become wealthy as indicated by the title of this volume.  I don't want to say much more for those who haven't read this far yet.  But the second last book in the series keeps the quality one has come to expect from this series, ends with a note of doom, making one eager to read the final volume.  A great series for kids and adults!

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