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Mountain of Whispers

Island of Fog, Book 3
Narrated by: Fred Wolinsky
Series: Island of Fog, Book 3
Length: 11 hrs and 47 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
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"Whisper Mountain is the lair of the beast," say the frightened mountain elves. "Beware the Shadow Demon, for it will hunt you down and eat you alive."

Hal and his friends weren't looking for another adventure, but this was a mission they couldn't ignore.

Whisper Mountain gets its name from the frequent cries of ghosts echoing down its slopes, the souls of victims who have run afoul of the demon. Who in their right mind would venture into the deserted elfin temple? But, according to a crazy old soothsayer, the mountain is the "key to everything".

Miss Simone agrees that the mountain is worth investigating but has more immediate problems to deal with: a squad of soldiers from Hal's old world has been spotted coming through the "hole" in the labyrinth. Will this lead to a friendly integration of virus survivors or an industrialized, technologically advanced human invasion that threatens the land forever?

The shapeshifters set off to the mountain, hoping all this talk of demons and ghosts is just superstitious nonsense. What they find there surprises everybody....

©2010 Keith Robinson (P)2015 Keith Robinson

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Mountain of Whispers

Hal and his friends were looking for a rest but it didn't work out that way. They must head to the Mountain of Whispers in hopes the old man with the visions is wrong, but what they find is even more disturbing than anyone ever thought possible, now everyone on this side of the fog must come together to fight for their way of life or be over run.

This is the last of the trilogy of the Island of Fog books, (Island of Fog Book 1, Labyrinth of Fire Book 2) and it doesn't disappoint. This book is just as upbeat, full of action, suspense that will have you holding your breath, and if you are lucky and have the audio version you can experience it all as if you are really there with all of them and part of the group, as voice actor Fred Wolinsky does a awesome job doing voices for all of the characters just as he did in the first two books. He really makes this series one you will want to listen to again and again. It is so awesome when a authors story and narrator click like this, if you have not tried the audio you are missing out, but it is a wonderful book as it is.

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Another Great Adventure with Hal & Friends

Would you consider the audio edition of Mountain of Whispers to be better than the print version?

Yes, I love the audio edition because Fred Wolinsky does such a great job of narrating these tales. This story presented interesting challenges to him because of some of the unusual voices and languages he had to perfect.

What did you like best about this story?

I enjoyed how this story led the shapeshifter children to meet and interact with their "monster" non-human side.

Which character – as performed by Fred Wolinsky – was your favorite?

My favorite is still Miss Simone! Wolinsky's voice sounds both smooth and sleek with just the right amount of non-human qualities.

If you could take any character from Mountain of Whispers out to dinner, who would it be and why?

It would have to be Miss Simone. I would love to hear her tales about her life in the early days before the shapshifter program began.

Any additional comments?

I recommend this book to teens and adults who enjoy an entertaining story.