"We walk in dreams," the Head had said. "It was only a matter of time before a nightmare followed us back."
"Kingstone Keep. Falleaf House. Stillwater House. Spellshadow Manor. Seek these places, and do not leave them. Cower within their walls..."
Alex doesn't have all the answers yet, but he and his friends are running out of time. With Aamir's new position as a professor, they hoped he might be able to help them make a breakthrough in uncovering the Manor and its Head's secret, but it soon becomes terrifyingly clear that Aamir's situation is anything but advantageous....
As rules begin tightening around Alex like a noose to his neck, he is forced to rely on his own strengths more and more - and when events at Spellshadow take a truly shocking turn, it will take all that he has not to break....
Prepare for a hair-raising ride.
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By Paul on 18-07-17
Better the first
Would you listen to The Breaker again? Why?
Yes, this is the type of book that could be read over and over.
What did you like best about this story?
I love how this story is a straight up continuation of the first
This reminds me of Harry Potter but a diffrent view of it, its awsome
Have you listened to any of Brian Levinson’s other performances? How does this one compare?
No i have not listened to any of his other books, but these stories make me want to give them a go
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
By Sofia Panagiotou on 23-04-18
Who is the enemy?
Firstly I will talk about the actor and the recording and the a bit about the story trying to reveal as little as possible.
The actor does a great job at changing between the voices, his voice is very soothing. The recording itself is not a dramatization but the readthrough the book making sure to include all descriptions of the surroundings and to carry the story onwards.
In regards to the story of continues the same theme of mystery! We get some answers and more questions. The question that is certainly a recurring theme is "who is the real enemy?" As we always seem to side with Alex we wonder who is truly his friend, who is his enemy and who is between the two. By the end of the book we are still wondering if who is the real villain here as there seem to be very few innocent all the characters seem to hide something including Alex. The difference though between the other characters and Alex is that we understand his motives where as with everyone else we speculate.
I personally enjoyed this book
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By Amazon Customer on 29-07-18
Vivid Descriptions Help Bring The Book To Life
This book does a good job of describing the scenes and emotions and it's easy to picture in your mind and think about how it would look if it were ever turned into a movie. It's no Harry Potter, but it's good enough to keep me intrigued and curious about what the actual secret is at spell shadow manor
By Terra L. Smith on 02-12-17
Buying book three right after I finish writing this review! It is worth the read with all the twists.