Keith Robinson is a self-employed website designer with a wife, daughter, and four cats. Originally from England, he moved to the United States in 2001 where he now resides in the sticks of Chickamauga, Georgia. Apart from writing, he collects young adult and children's books. He has a bookshelf crammed full of secondhand hardbacks of varying authors from the 1940s-1960s, in particular those he grew up with in the UK. He owns EnidBlyton.net and is webmaster of EnidBlytonSociety.co.uk, both dedicated to the great author. Visit UnearthlyTales.com for more.
Labyrinth Of Fireby Keith Robinson
Dewey, for instance, quickly feels the pressure of being a centaur. Meanwhile, Lauren and Hal are quaking in their shoes. The village in the north is under constant attack from
Hal Franklin and his friends have made it safely into Miss Simone's world. As shapeshifters, some of them are looking forward to meeting their alternate kind. But others dread the prospect.
Dewey, for instance, quickly feels the pressure of being a centaur. Meanwhile, Lauren and Hal are quaking in their shoes. The village in the north is under constant attack from harpies and dragons, and these vicious creatures must somehow be reasoned with and persuaded not to plunder and steal, and most importantly, not to eat humans! The trouble is, neither harpies nor dragons are interested in negotiating.
Hal and his friends join forces to deal with these serious issues. They end up in the heart of dragon country, down in the Labyrinth of Fire beneath an oozing volcano. Somehow they must make the dragons see the error of their ways. Their quest forces them to question the extent of their shapeshifting abilities... and this leads to a shocking discovery that is likely to start a war.
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The first one was better than this one but this one was good. I liked this one. Want to read the next one so bad. :) C:C
good read, but predictable and not a great concept. Has potential, but just not quite there yet. All in all a good read for a rainy day, but not something I would pay big money to own.