Labyrinth of Fire

Labyrinth of Fire

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A fantasy novel for readers 9 years and up, but suitable for all ages. In the sequel to ISLAND OF FOG, the young shapeshifters have made it safely into Miss Simone's world. Now they're about to meet their alternate kinds.

The people of the new world make use of special "energy rocks" from deep within the ground to power homes and advance technology. But the superstitious centaurs are convinced that the mining of these rocks incurs the wrath of Mother Nature, and demand a return to an older, simpler lifestyle. Meanwhile, the village in the north is under constant attack from harpies and dragons, and the villagers desperately need help.

Hal and his friends join forces to deal with these serious issues. Together, with their individual talents, they can conquer any problem... or so they've been told.

They end up in the heart of dragon country, down in the Labyrinth of Fire beneath an oozing volcano. 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.

Title:Labyrinth of Fire
Edition Language:English
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    Labyrinth of Fire Reviews

  • Cyndi

    This is an excellent second book in the series. I know this series is slated for kids 9 and up and I do agree that young adults will love these books, but I also love them and I'm an adult. This story...

  • Trisha Perry

    Hal and his friends are safe in Miss Simone's world and trying to find their bearings, but Miss Simone already has work for them. While Dewey might feel torn between his human and centaur sides on his...

  • Jill

    Part two of the Island of Fog series does not disappoint as the children go on their first mission.The author does a great job of developing the children. They are not only discovering their new skill...

  • Brenda .

    Wonderful book. The storyline delivered!!!! I can say again I can't wait to read the next in the series....

  • Kenyon Henry

    First, a disclaimer... I personally know Keith. He lives in the next town over and we often cross paths at signings or each other's homes. :) As that is out of the way, I'll go forward with my review....

  • Amie's Book Reviews

    Rating: 5 out of 5 stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ~ I received a free copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review. This is the second audiobook in The Island of Fog series. This is a mixture of pos...

  • Steve Mccann

    The characters in Robinson's work truly feel like and act like children in that pre-adult stage. He really knows how to appeal to the hopes and fears of readers of this age group without pandering or ...

  • Cheryl Landmark

    This was a very entertaining second book in the Island of Fog series. It was chock full of mythical creatures, adventure, danger and even a few life lessons about getting along with other species and ...

  • Thomas

    In the sequel to Island of Fog, it's pleasing to be in the world populated with mythical creatures. The confrontation with the harpies is particularly interesting and surprising, getting into the pers...

  • Jessie

    OMG I LOVE this book!!! Its amazing and I have about six favorite parts!!!...