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Fifteen-year-old Jacob Fielding --- the protagonist of Patrick Carman's THIRTEEN DAYS TO MIDNIGHT --- is a superhero. Well, sort of. After losing his foster father in a car wreck that should've killed them both, he discovers that he's actually been given the power of indestructibility. With best friend Milo and possible flame Ophelia on board, Jacob decides to put his new-found abilities to good use by helping others; that is, until they find themselves way over their heads, and this mysterious "gift" starts to feel more and more like a curse.
To coincide with the recent release of RANGER'S APPRENTICE: THE SIEGE OF MACINDAW --- the 6th book in John Flanagan's bestselling medieval fantasy about a lively 15-year-old boy living in Castle Redmont --- Penguin Young Readers Group has launched a theatrical bus tour entitled “Escape to Araluen.”