The adventure continues when Abby and Derick begin their second semester at Cragbridge Hall, the most prestigious secondary school in the world. But when Grandpa Cragbridge admits them to the Council of Keys - a secret group of people who have keys to travel back in time - strange things begin to happen. One by one, members are found unconscious and unable to wake, their keys stolen. Now Abby and Derick must scramble to figure out who is behind the attacks before they become the next victims, which would give their enemy the power to change the past forever.
A page-turning, time-travel adventure that teaches powerful lessons about choice and consequence, believing you can do hard things, and valuing history.
©2014 Chad Morris (P)2014 Shadow Mountain
"A fantastical futuristic read that should engage kids and families."—Brandon Mull, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Fablehaven and Beyonders series
"A perfect blend of mystery, humor, and time travel. I want to go to Cragbridge Hall."—Tyler Whitesides, bestselling author of the Janitors series
"A book that is similar enough to the Harry Potter story that it feels like a welcome home....A fun, inventive read."—Deseret News
I enjoy great YA books. This story is very enjoyable and like the title implies, it does play off of the Avatar movie. There is a mystery and the suspense is enjoyable. This is a great, lighthearted series. Carol drives me crazy, however in real life she is very close to a lot of middle school girl personalities.
Loved the continuation of the first book, with the characters and the plot development.
He was agile in voices and believable even when portraying girls and women.
Not one only, I was moved (impressed?) with several and did appreciate the easy way life lessons were conveyed.
Looking forward to the next book in the series. My granddaughter will love it, which says something about my age, so I did not find it too immature for me. Thoroughly enjoyed
this imaginative story.
The Cragbridge Hall series is amazing! I have thoroughly enjoyed listening to the first two books and cannot wait for "The Impossible Race" to come out.
Kirby Heyborne's acting skills paired with Carol's humor make this a fun and enjoyable listen.
The comedic elements were great, and new exciting inventions were nice, up to a point.
As before, Carol's character is easily our favorite. Constantly throwing out lines that will make you laugh out loud, Carol is the perfect best friend in this book. Kirby gives a great tone and voice for Carol.
Sometimes the inventions are a bit over the top, made to serve the story line rather than being realistic. But the story is distracting enough that I was able to suspend disbelief and just enjoy it. Kirby still yells loudly too frequently, although the volume levels seem to be better than the last book. Still very good though, and we are eagerly awaiting the next installment.
Very entertaining and enjoyed it. I will listen to it again as soon as I get through some of my other books. Love the characters and their strengths.
good and evil battles and I like the old grand father's strength.
silly question, there is always the performance to look forward too. Just like going to a movie vs reading the book.
Never have the time to listen to a book in one sitting. darn
Enjoyed the trilogy. entertaining
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