A darkness continues to haunt the Marlowe School, and this time, someone is plotting payback.
Wendy Darling, a headstrong junior, and her brother, John, a 13-year-old genius with a chip on his shoulder, struggle with being from the poorest family at the posh New York academy, where their father is a professor of ancient civilizations.
Wendy’s new boyfriend, socialite golden-boy Connor Wirth, offers a solid step up in popularity, yet ambitious Wendy and John still find themselves longing for something more. When the Book of Gates, a mysterious tome of fabled origins, appears at Marlowe along with Peter, a dashing new resident adviser with a murky past, the Darlings are swept into a captivating world of “Lost Boys”, old-world secrets, and forbidden places.
The book opens the door to a hidden labyrinthine underworld where Egyptian myths long thought impossible become frighteningly real. Suddenly, Peter, Wendy, and John find themselves captive in the lair of an age-old darkness, trying to escape the clutches of an ancient and beautiful child-thief who refuses to let go.
©2010 Daniel and Dina Nayeri (P)2010 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I like to read VERY much .. I'm obsessed with reading I don't have time to actually read a book so I've been a listener for three years now
Actually making a PLOT and a STORY !!! nothing made sense to me
Another faust ..because maybe i started with the series on the wrong foot because i didnt realize that it was a series until i was half way through it
No .. but her performance was amazing ..she is the one that kept me gong through the bookpl
I would re-write the whole thing and give more depth to the characters and change the ending
I dont recommend this book .. but i will read the other one any way
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