The Castle Of Branby Stephen S. Keeney
But there are still a lot of unanswered questions. Why did Drizel so hate Spencer's family and their friend Luther Baum he was ready to destroy an entire city to get his revenge? And
Seattle is safe, and Spencer Herold and the rest of the Lake Union Adventurers are more than ready for a return to normal. With Count Drizel dead, it seems their troubles are over.
But there are still a lot of unanswered questions. Why did Drizel so hate Spencer's family and their friend Luther Baum he was ready to destroy an entire city to get his revenge? And what secret lies in Luther's past? The answers lie in Romania, where Spencer and the gang accompany Luther as he seeks to learn if he's a descendent of the Romanian royal family, and where the mysterious Castle of Bran, once home to the infamous Vlad Dracul--Dracula--hides a dangerous puzzle only Spencer, with the help of his friends, can solve.
In this exciting sequel to The Emerald City, Stephen Keeney continues the story of Spencer Herold and his brave band of adventure seekers.
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- Product dimensions:
- 0.58(w) x 6.00(h) x 9.00(d)
- Age Range:
- 8 - 12 Years
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After enjoying the first book by Stephen, we got right into the second one. Although it had the same characters, and it continued where the first book left off, it was quite different. This one had lots of history lessons touching on things over the past 50 years. Although there wasn't as much with the kids in this book, it was a good story too. We look forward to more books by Mr. Keeney.
I found this sequel interesting because Stephen Keeney takes into account World War II on a level for children to understand. Sadly, most people who fought in that war are no longer here to tell their stories. I especially liked the way Stephen ends this book. He uses a very important group in our society to end on a heart warming note with a beautiful message. Thank you again, Stephen Keeney! Keep the books coming. Grammy_S