Return of the Ender Dragon

An Unofficial Overworld Heroes Adventure, Book Six

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About The Book

After dangerous adventures all over the Overworld and in Earth, Stevie, Alex, and Maison have managed to reassemble the mysterious Ender crystal—but they were too late! The Ender Dragon has escaped her prison in the End, and she’s tormenting the Overworld with Ender crystals of her own, and an army of terrifying monsters.

When the Ender Dragon threatens to travel to Earth as well, the friends have to take a stand. Can they wrest the Ender crystals away from the dragon, and defeat her evil minions, in time for a final showdown against the great dragon herself? And will any of them survive the battle to defend the worlds they love?

Fans of Minecraft will be on the edge of their seats in this thrilling final installment in the Unofficial Overworld Heroes Adventure series!

About The Author

Danica Davidson has written for MTV, The Onion, the Los Angeles Times, and about fifty other publications. She is also the author of the Unofficial Overworld Adventure series, as well as Manga Art for Beginners from Skyhorse Publishing.

Product Details
  • Publisher: Sky Pony (August 2018)
  • Length: 112 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781510733565
  • Grades: 3 - 8
  • Ages: 7 - 12

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Raves and Reviews

“Any fan of Minecraft will enjoy reading about Stevie’s adventures.” —Sci Fi Magazine

Praise for Escape from the Overworld by Danica Davidson:

“The book’s humor stems mostly from the differences between the real and Minecraft worlds, but you don’t have to know much more about Minecraft than that it is made of cubes to understand it. . . The story touches on themes of bullying, particularly of kids who look different—as Stevie does in the real world and Maison in Minecraft.” —School Library Journal

“Any fan of Minecraft will enjoy reading about Stevie’s adventures.” —Sci Fi Magazine

Praise for Escape from the Overworld by Danica Davidson:

“The book’s humor stems mostly from the differences between the real and Minecraft worlds, but you don’t have to know much more about Minecraft than that it is made of cubes to understand it. . . The story touches on themes of bullying, particularly of kids who look different—as Stevie does in the real world and Maison in Minecraft.” —School Library Journal

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