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Kingdom Keepers Iii Disney In Shadow

Reviewing: Ridley Pearson Kingdom Keepers Iii Disney In Shadow  |  Rating:
janetlynn By janetlynn on
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Kingdom Keepers III Disney In Shadow is the 3rd in a series by Ridley Pearson on the happenings within the Walt Disney World Resort Parks. He is also the author of the Peter and the Starcatcher series, which is around the life of Peter Pan.

This 3rd book comes in hardcover form with a slip cover. There are 545 pages and they are nicely bound like you'd find in books from long ago. The pages are thick and the edges have that uneven appearance, which definitely shows this book has some exciting content to read.

The five teenagers who were in the previous two books are back again in "Kingdom Keepers III Disney In Shadow" where they are turned into holograms within the Walt Disney World Resort Parks and now find themselves inside of Disney's Hollywood Studios and Epcot. Finn is the main teen character in this book too and along with his four teen friends, they try to fight against being trapped as holograms because of the evil villains taking over the computer system and Internet. As they follow the clues that they think lead them closer to solving this mystery they've been battling, once again they are fighting to save their lives. The Disney villains have now sent a huge snake (which resembles the one from The Jungle Book in my opinion) and Maleficent continues to send them on life threatening adventures through Epcot's Soarin' ride and Maelstrom, which is located in Epcot's Norway. Malestrom takes you on a boat ride through Norway's history but also interacts you with trolls and is quite thrilling - Here is a link to show you what Maelstrom is like.

I think this is the most exciting book in the series so far because it's longer and more like a novel and it causes you to become interacted with the adventure and then offers you to start your own Kingdom Keepers journey online.

This book has clues and charts inside. At the end of the book there is a page that sends readers to a website so you can continue the journey by getting your own key to the adventure - go to http://www.thekingdomkeepers.com/key/

I'd love to hear about your adventures! Have fun!!