Flying to coordinates unknown, the Wikk kids land the Phoenix on planet Evad and descend into an ancient jungle. Revealed is a highly intelligent civilization, whose inhabitants have now vanished, leaving behind astonishing technology! High stakes lead the Wikk kids on a dizzying ride from the pinnacle of a ziggurat into an endless underwater labyrinth. Dive into adventure, as the twins face a deadly showdown with the evil Ubel! Can they win the struggle to survive the savage snares, with the help of the elusive Brother Sam?
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Non Stop Adventure!!
Risk Was Really Good...It Took A Couple Of Chapters To Catch On To The Language And Some Of The Images Described But Entertaining All The Same...Side Note: I Had To Look Up What Ziggurats Meant...
Mason Was My Favorite... He Adapted To Everything..
She Brought The Evil Captain To Life Superbly!
Yes...This Book Was Good...
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Adventure continues and we're loving it!
Yes! our whole family loves this adventure - from the 4 y/o up to the 37 y/o! Its family-friendly but has tense parts and thrilling parts and sweet parts - something for everyone!
we love hearing the pronunciations of the characters and places as intended by the author. Listening to Kane also helps us get through some of the bigger-word description/"jargon" that is a little harder for my younger readers/listeners when they're reading on their own or listening to mommy!
the "reconciliation" between Austin and Oliver and each recognizing his own downfalls in their actions
we have the hard copies of The Quest for Truth books and are reading them as well as listening (we're further along than the audible versions so far). I HIGHLY recommend listening to the audible of the 1st book (Taken) either before or while reading the hard copy. It is so helpful in hearing the names/words of the characters that we wouldn't know how to pronounce and so now as we read the books ourselves (either as family read-alouds or my 8 y/o on her own), we read with the pronunciations as intended! We got a clearer picture of the characters by listening to the audible narration!