Listen to the rest of the books in The Keys to the Kingdom series.
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"The second book in The Keys to the Kingdom series is another treat for young fantasy enthusiasts....Reader Allan Corduner enriches the saga of Arthur's weird challenges as he attempts to retrieve the Second Key from Grim Tuesday." (AudioFile)
The second book in the Keys to the kingdom is another example of Garth Nix's originality in the Sci-Fi world. As with all of his series you must read in a linear pattern -start with the first book in order to understand what?s going on in the second book. The book moves at a fairly fast past and is easy to get involved in. There is very little "gore" or "Romance", making this book perfect for the sensitive 10 year old.
The narrator also dose a good job bringing the characters emotions out.
After reading the first volume in the Keys to the Kingdom series I was excited to read the second. This book contains non-stop engagement and interesting storylines and plots. This series doesn't quite live up to the standard Garth nix set in the Sabriel series. However,the narrator did a fabulous job creating a vocal personality for every character. I would recommend this to any Garth Nix fan.
Yes it was time well-spent. The entire series is aimed more toward children however I enjoyed it and had a lot of fun. The narrator does an excellent job with his different voices.
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