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Posted June 24, 2011
More Fantasy and Romance, still plenty of adventure
This book picks up the series with even more fantasy and romance elements. Once again this adventure series is firmly rooted in Disneyland history and fact but this time there is an added element with a fantasy world which is tied to Disneyland through portals. The Island mirrors the development of Frontierland, Tom Sawyer's Island, and New Orleans Square (the areas of Disneyland which are the main focus of this book).
I can tell the author worked hard to get as many historical details right with this series and it makes a good read for anyone interested in Disneyland history. Book 3 ends with more loose ends than the earlier books which will be picked up in a later book but it is a complete story in itself.
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Posted May 9, 2011
Thrilling adventure with magic and mystery. I like when he went back into time. It was a good read and I'll read it again. Hard to put it down. Sometimes thrilling, sometimes mysterious. Highly recommend it to young and old.
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Posted June 3, 2012
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