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Century #1: Ring of Fire by Pierdomenico Baccalario

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It is snowing in Rome the night that four kids, brought together by fate, discover they were all born on February twenty-ninth, Leap Day. Later that night they run into a man who tells them "You know. You all know! It's begun! They know. And they're coming!", and insists the kids take his briefcase. The clues inside send them all over Rome in search of "The Ring of Fire", while a man who kills with his violin goes all over Rome looking for the kids and the briefcase. What is the Ring of Fire? How does it work? And who will find it first? Ring of Fire is the first book in a series of four which will have the kids traveling to four different cities all over the world. The second book, Century #2: Star of Stone, will be available September 28, 2010.

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