In City of Time, Owen killed the Harsh king, and now the Harsh are hungry for revenge. Their massive fleet is ready to set sail on the sea of time and hunt down the wily Navigator. In this third and final adventure, the Navigator and his friends use every last ounce of bravery and endurance to fight the toughest battle ever. As Owen searches for a solution, he travels through time to meet his father and grandfather, and discovers that the mysterious Frost Child holds the key to the power of the Harsh.
"Deti moroza" - sbornik rasskazov amerikanskogo pisatelja Dzheka Londona. Opublikovan v 1902 godu, odin iz pervyh sbornikov, vyshedshih otdel'nymi izdanijami. Rasskazy sbornika posvjashheny zhizni amerikancev-zolotoiskatelej i korennyh zhitelej na dal'nem severe.
As every respectable scientist knows, messing with the space-time continuum is more trouble than it's worth. That's why Felix Frost, secret child genius, has locked up his time machine for good. Yes, sir. But when your best friend is an adventure-loving bossy pants and you've got a history project to do...well, that changes things.
The ice dragon was a creature of legend and fear, for no man had ever tamed one. When it flew overhead, it left in its wake desolate cold and frozen land. But Adara was not afraid. For Adara was a winter child, born during the worst freeze that anyone, even the Old Ones, could remember.
"G. R. R. Martin and Dragon's make a good listen"
Jack London was an American author who wrote The Call of the Wild, White Fang, The Sea Wolf and many other wonderful stories. The Children of the Frost is unique among his works in that it features the tragedies, travails and triumphs of the native Indians of the frozen Northland.
A selfish giant has a change of heart and begins to welcome children to his previously forbidden garden - and receives a reward from a most unusual child. While the Irish writer Oscar Wilde is most famous for his plays and novels for adults, he also wrote a number of wonderful and insightful children's stories like this one.