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In The Trap Door, Book 3 of the popular time-traveling adventure series Infinity Ring, Dak, Sera, and Riq go back to a tumultuous time and place: the United Sates in 1850, at the height of the debate over slavery. The time travelers are faced with a dangerous conundrum: the Underground Railroad, which helped slaves escape to freedom, has been infiltrated by the mysterious and menacing organization The SQ. Prolific television actor Dion Graham (who has appeared on shows like The Wire, Law & Order, and Gossip Girl) uses his rich, expressive voice to create drama and tension in this adventurous story, which will compel listeners with its creative manipulation of history.

Publisher's Summary

Dak, Sera, and Riq return to the United States in the year 1850 when the nation is divided over the issue of slavery. The Underground Railroad provides a light of hope, helping runaway slaves escape to freedom. But the SQ has taken control of the Underground Railroad from within. Now Dak and Sera are left wondering who to trust...

©2013 © 2013 by Lisa McMann (P)2013 Scholastic Inc.

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The Best In the Series So Far

This story was exciting. Perhaps it was the time in history that was more interesting. It followed the Underground Railroad, and Harriet Tubman was in the story line. I loved the singing. It was short, but very appropriate. The narrator did a great job on this one.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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a very good and innocent book

loved it kept me comfortable on a cold nite now I have to unchakle my cat.

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Not the strongest in the series

first two books had a better story, but the performance is in par. nonetheless was still a fun read.

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