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S: Iron hand Tic-tac-toe

BC: The Stone Heart Trilogy

FC: Iron Hand Tic-tac-toe Activity By Brandon

1: This is a Tic-tac-toe activity for the book I read called Iron Hand. I have made this as a summary of events in the book.

2: The day before George was attacked by a dragon and it carved a symbol on his arm. The symbol grows 3 veins one metal one marble and the last copper and if he does not complete three battles the veins will piece his heart

3: As George is walking with his accomplice Eddie they discover that their friend the Gunner has been captured by the evil walker. Then they run into the last knight who George must defeat to complete one of his battles. George gets ambushed but is saved by a gargoyle nicknamed spout | The walker Grabs Eddie and drags her through time so he can use her to find a piece of stone that he can make a mirror out of. The mirrors are powerful enough to transport people to different planets.

4: George realizes that if the gunner isn't home by midnight he will die. So George goes to the gunners place and has to relive his past. When George does this the Gunner gets enough energy to dig himself out of his holding cell. Reunited with the Gunner they go to the place where Eddie is captive.

5: Right as they get there the gunner is attacked by a minotaur. and the walker drowns Eddie. George and the walker fight and in the end the walker is defeated and is thrown in to the water and is left for dead George takes her body and her heart stone revives her The end

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Brandon Philpotts
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