Molly Moon's Hypnotic Time Travel Adventure

Molly Moon's Hypnotic Time Travel Adventure

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Molly Moon meets . . . Molly Moon? In this third book in the wildly popular New York Times bestselling series, mesmerizing orphan Molly Moon and her fabulouspug, Petula, are off to India, where they discover a new twist in the potential power of hypnosis: time travel! With the book available in trade paperback for the first time, readers can experience Molly’s adventure in an edition perfectly suited for time travel.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781419384363
Publisher: Recorded Books, LLC
Publication date: 01/31/2006
Series: Molly Moon Series , #3
Edition description: Unabridged
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Georgia Byng grew up by the river Itchen in Hampshire, England, in a large family. She started writing as a child, interviewing people who lived in the local village.

As an adult, Georgia wrote comic strips and eventually turned to writing books without pictures. She lives with the artist Marc Quinn and her children Tiger, Lucas, and Sky. Georgia has the following message for readers of this latest Molly Moon adventure: "Music is incredibly powerful. Some of it is even hypnotic. Listen and see!"

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Molly Moon's Hypnotic Time Travel Adventure

By Georgia Byng

HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.

Copyright © 2005 Georgia Byng
All right reserved.

ISBN: 0060750324

Chapter One

The old temple priest stooped and slowly filled the metal lily-pad dishes with milk. As he did, sacred rats came scurrying from the shadows to drink. They were, he believed, reborn people. He chuckled as they ran over his feet, and he dropped a handful of sweetmeats on the floor. He nodded to the statue of the many-armed god before him, touched the purple mark on his forehead, then crouched down on his crooked heels.

He thought how pretty the big, flat dishes looked -- each was a white moon with twenty dark gray rats around it, sipping at the milk. The rats looked like furry petals, their pink tails flitting about like fronds in the wind.

He glanced through the temple's pillars to the sunny street outside. Three pony dealers were quarreling over some money and, nearby, children were chattering noisily as they watched some piglets snuffling in the gutter. Women in saris stood gossiping as they drew water from a stone well, and nearby a camel groaned as it was loaded. A beggar sat cross-legged playing a flute through his nose. A holy cow whisked flies with its tail and surveyed the scene.

Behind the cow was a rickety wooden paan stall. Here, a man with a pinched rat-like face, a big mustache, and a purple turban dismounted his horse. Straightening his silk coat, he stood impatiently, tapping the dusty road with a moccasined foot. The paan seller sprinkled some brown betel-nut powder onto a green betel leaf. He added grated coconut andaniseed, and squeezed some red sticky syrup on top. Then he rolled it all up and finally offered the breath freshener up to his customer. Without acknowledging him, the smart man took it and put it in his mouth. He dropped a few coins at the stallholder's feet and, chewing, mounted his horse again.

As the paan seller turned, an incredible thing happened. There was a BOOM, and the horse and its rider vanished into thin air.

The man fell on his knees in fear.

In the temple, the priest waggled his head from side to side. Then he bowed to the rats before him, put his hands together, and said a prayer.


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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read the whole molly moon seris at least 5 times and by far this book is my favorite one. I have each book on my nook and a hard copy so there is no excuse not to read molly moon wherever i go. as i have read all the books, i feel like molly and i have grown on each other and that i actually know what she is like as a person. That takes a lot of talent and writing ability so props to you ms. Georgia byng. I would recomend this book to any one from a second grader to a 90 year old her books are just that good. Everyone should read the molly moon seris and any other books by georgia byng. All i have to say it thank you ms. Georgia byng for this wonderful work of liturature. thank you love your biggest fan
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love the molly moon books. I think Mrs. Byng is a great author. I am on her third book. I reccomend this book for children my age. This is a great series. Georgia has a very wild imagonation. I think this book is very well writen.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i think the author really put a lot of detail into it. So when ever something happened you knew how it happened who it happened to and why it happened. I reccomend you read this book it may be long but it is so much fun to read about molly moons crazy adventure!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this book its great
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Who probAbly havent even read the book yet are just gabbing away get a tecting app you can call me goody two shoes but im not an idiot i love molly moon and i wish i was her
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have one thing to say to the person who posted #6 or 7 or whatever. THIS BOOK IS NOT TERRIBLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!IT IS PART OF THE BEST SERIES IN THE WORLD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! READ THIS WHOLE SERIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - Georgia Byng's #1 fan
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the bestbook yet cant wait for the next one
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
No its not sad at all really its actually quite funny
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've just started reading this book and it's great! I started reading Molly moon's first book but finsihed it this morning when I woke up. This book is kinda hard to understand sort of.I mean, I think I accidently skipped Molly moon saves the world. Will somone please right a reveiw and tell me I was supposed to read Molly Moon saves the world be fore I read Molly Moon hypnotic time travel please!!!!!! Oh well. This book is as great as Warrior Cats. I don't like books alot. A book has to be really good for me to like it and I mean really really good. So if you get a compliment on a book, you're really lucky. It's one great book!
kejinglu on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Imagine you are about to face the meanest, greatest, ugliest maharaja, or an Indian "high king" that stole his place to the top by hypnotizing the king. Then, he plans to take over the world through Primo Cell, but of course Molly Moon interferes, and that's how the story begins.Molly Moon is quite moony if you ask me. She also has a petite little pug named petula, which is coincidentally on the front cover of almost every book. She can hypnotize people with her emerald-green eyes, and freeze the world. Now she is going to time travel.The Maharaja of Waqt (or the Maharaja of Time) is a fat and ugly man, who is scarred by time traveling so much. He plans a great revenge for Molly Moon, for she keeps on revising his horrible plans into happt ones. Not for long though.Waqt has used his time traveling crystals and captured a baby Molly Moon, and three-year-old Molly Moon, a six-year-old Molly Moon, a puppy Petula, a ten-year-old Molly Moon, and a ten-year-old Rocky, Molly's friend that's a boy.Might you ask what he is doing? He's adopting all those little Molly's and making them change the original Molly's past, and stop her from interfering from his evil plans.Of course, they run through a series of adventrue's in India, where Waqt lives, and battle a lot of unyielding battles. Molly rescues the ten-year-old Rocky, and meet their new-found friend Ojas, which means "power" or "the strong one". Along, the perilous trip, Molly hypnotizes a lot of people, find a lot of clues, and haves a very bad time.Waqt's evil plans are heartbreaking and wreaches. Will Molly Moon help her younger selves in time?At the end of the book, Molly's life becomes life-threatening, because Waqt is planning to execute the ten-year-old Molly, but the oringinal Molly comes to the rescue, places Waqt in a different time (like billions of years back), hypnotizes his evil servant, Zackya, to help others, takes away all the time travelling crystals, and places the other Molly's in the right times.Molly is the hero of the day again!(if you want to read the details a little farther, enjoy the mystic world Molly encounters in the book!!!!)
kthirukonda on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This is a gret book set in india. The king of waqt(time) and molly moon enjoy the exciting adventure through duplicated molly,kidnapping and time traveling. you should ttly read this book- or else. but be sure to read the whole series.
delaney.h4 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Summary: Molly's back and this time she can travel though time! But what's the catch?Review: It was better then the last one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She walks through the ruins of the old camp, memories flooding through her head. This had been her first rp ever and she kinda missed it.
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Cool and i am 13 with brown hair just loves science and adventures even exciting new episodes of adventure times this is not a bio
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R u guys actually talk abiut the book ir just be creepy?
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Because u deserve it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A few zombie rp's, a skyrim one, a killing one. I think that's it. Is there some new hotspot? Because 'party' and 'cup of joe' were abandoned last time I checked.
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