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De toren van Babel

by Jacques Martin

Series: Alix (16)

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Jerusalem : Alix et Enak ont fait le voyage pour un mystérieux rendez-vous dont ils ne savent rien. Il s’avère que c’est Oribal (tome 4) qui leur envoie un messager. Le monarque, sur le point de perdre son trône, demande leur aide. Les 2 compagnons font donc le reste de la route, suivis par un mystérieux homme en noir. Arrivés à Babylone, ils le rencontreront, déterminé à les faire renoncer à ce voyage... ( )
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