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Cursed gems, snake gods, lost temples, dark jungles, and volcanoes. It could serve as a laundry list of things Ruby wanted nothing to do with. 

Yet now she's on her way, in search of a missing friend and with only a journal of cryptic clues and a notorious band of dungeoneering dwarves to guide her.

©2017 Jeffery Russell (P)2018 Jeffery Russell

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where's my Phoenix

this book suffers from one problem from the audio version there's a book missing so throughout the book certain things that have happened in the past books are referenced switch make this book is confusing and just joined it the author and the narrator bring the spoke to a new level because of the neglect to put up the shorter book leaving us to ask where's my Phoenix because without it this is pretty hard to understand the backstory and the nuances between certain characters which is why I was unable to give it more stars which it certainly deserved

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Did no-one listen to the narrator?

I was completely distracted by Faust Kells' constant mispronunciations. I mean, really? The place was lit by flaming brassieres? That is the sort of mistake I would expect a twelve-year-old to make. Some of them, I found myself wondering if he was doing on purpose.

A pretty good prequel to the other two books in the series.