Crash At Cannibal Valley (#01 in Airquest Series)
Chad gasped. A fierce young tribesman stared down at him. The warrior screamed and raised the huge spear high over his head. Chad didn't even have time to pray as the heavy tip rushed down at him. When their...
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Chad gasped. A fierce young tribesman stared down at him. The warrior screamed and raised the huge spear high over his head. Chad didn't even have time to pray as the heavy tip rushed down at him.
When their plane goes down in Indonesia, Chad must help his injured sister and his dad survive in an area rumoured to be inhabited by cannibals in the dramatic first bok of the Airquest Adventures!
In Crash at Cannibal Valley, a day-trip ends in disaster when their small plane goes down in a remote jungle, and Chad must help his dad and injured sister survive Cannibal Valley -- an area aptly named for its inhabitants.
When their small plane goes down in an area in Indonesia inhabited by cannibals, Spitfire and his family have their faith in God tested as they fight to survive against all odds.
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