Watercrossing : Phantom Island

  • by Krissi Dallas
  • Narrated by Krissi Dallas, Katrina Elsea
  • Series: Phantom Island
  • 9 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

I let the sharp side of the instrument nick the tender skin at his neck. "I'm not playing around here," I threatened.
"I realize that." He gave a weak grin before his eyes turned serious. "Let me be honest with you now. Have you ever considered the idea that your father does not want to be found?"

Summer at Camp Fusion is rapidly coming to a close for Whitnee and her best friends, Morgan and Caleb. Working as mentors for troubled preteens all summer would have been adventurous enough, but discovering a secret portal on the forbidden side of the Frio River turned their idea of reality upside down. Now the three friends are determined to find a way back to the magical White Island in the hopes of recovering Whitnee's missing father and setting things right once and for all. However, the journey back is complicated - especially since Morgan is hiding a terrible secret and Caleb is looking less like a best friend and more like a potential boyfriend. Whitnee is determined to stay focused this time and not get distracted, especially by a certain someone, but she is completely unprepared for the moment she enters again into a deadly game of control on the Island. Can Whitnee navigate her way through the danger and survive the lies that threaten the people she loves?


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Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

Well, basically it brought me to the end of the book but the narrating was terrible.

Would you be willing to try another book from Krissi Dallas? Why or why not?

Absolutely! Loved the first 2 books but she still shouldn't narrate them.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Krissi Dallas and Katrina Elsea ?

Anyone professional would do a better job.

Was Watercrossing worth the listening time?

Again, I was disappointed that she didn't end it in the 3rd book. This book did little to advance the story. The ending just left me flat.

Any additional comments?

I'm sorry that I didn't just wait for the 4th book and read that. This is just what happens when someone tries to stretch what should be a Trilogy out to 4 books!

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- Rosemary

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-13-2012
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing