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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By Cyndi on 29-07-15
Very Enjoyable Listen
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 picks up where book 1 ends and the kids are going on their first mission and learning their new skills. I really enjoyed following along as the kids developed a little more and learned a few new lessons along the way. I'm looking forward to their next adventure!
Fred, the narrator, does another amazing job with this story. He has a very unique voice and this type of book is perfect for his voice. He does an excellent job with all of the different voices in this story. It is very easy to know who is talking at all times. Great job!!
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By This Kid Reviews Books on 23-04-16
Thrilling sequel to Island of Fog
What did you love best about Labyrinth of Fire?
I really like this sequel to Island of Fog. It has the same feeling of the first book, with a realistic fantasy. Mr. Robinson has written a good story that brings the characters that we met in book one more into our thoughts – we learn more about their past, and meet new characters as well. There are good tense moments that keep you on the edge of your seat. The book is a fun story with a good plot. At first, Mr. Wolinsky’s voice sounds a little funny when doing female voices, but as the story goes on, it blends seamlessly into the story. The range of characters Wolinsky can pull off is pretty amazing. I do prefer reading the written word but am finding that with good narration, the audiobooks seem to add a dimension to the characters. I really liked this book, and can’t wait to hear book 3!
What did you like best about this story?
Well developed characters and intriguing plot.
What about Fred Wolinsky’s performance did you like?
Mr. Wolinsky has a pleasant narrating voice that makes the story come to life. You could actually imagine yourself there with all of the characters.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I would have liked to but didn't have the time.