Return to the Lost Level

The Lost Level Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Doug Greene
Series: The Lost Level Series, Book 2
Length: 5 hrs and 35 mins
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War has come in this sequel to the best-selling novel The Lost Level.

The snake-like Anunnaki have always been a blight for the people living in the hidden dimension known as the Lost Level, but now, the denizens are fighting back. 

After their community is decimated and their loved ones are enslaved in the aftermath of a devastating Anunnaki attack, Aaron Pace leads a diverse group of warriors - including the bow-woman Tolia, the mighty Karenk, a baby Triceratops, and a time-displaced Ambrose Bierce - on a trek through primordial jungles, dark forests, and a sun-blasted desert while battling pterodactyls, man-eating worms, and other dangers.

Can their small band lay siege to the Anunnaki city and rescue their friends, or will they suffer the same cruel fate so many others have before them? Find out in Brian Keene's Return to the Lost Level.

Includes the bonus short story "The Chinese Beetle".

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Great sequel

I enjoyed the first one a lot, and the sequel did not disappoint. Just as much action as the first one. Goes into depth about the snake men more. Shows another side of the tribe. The voice guy did a better job with changing up the accents and vocal styles in this one than he did in Hole in the World. I enjoy Keenes work and I’ll be eagerly awaiting the next in the series.