Lilith Bennette runs at midnight. She scales walls in the dark and climbs without a harness. She hopes if she follows exactly in the steps of her strong air force pilot mother, she’ll somehow figure out the mystery of her mother’s death - and the reason why her necklace of Greek symbols has been missing ever since. When Lil is invited to Crete for a Future Leaders International conference, the same conference her mom attended years ago, she jumps at the chance to find some answers. What secrets does the labyrinth hold, and will they help Lil find the truth about her mother?
I cannot say enough about how much I enjoyed listening to this book. I love a good YA Novel based on mythological stories, but was so delightfully surprised by the strong female leads in Keepers. There are some great books out there with solid stories, Percy Jackson is one of my favorite series, but Keepers of the Labyrinth was a breathe of fresh air in a world of sometimes stale mythology tales. Well done, E.E.Moulton, I'll be recommending this far and wide!
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The book got a little scary and violent for my kids (age 8 and 11).
The narrator was great with the characters accents but my family found some of her regular narration to be distracting. They would laugh every time she said pocket, because she pronounced it pock-it' with the emphasis on the second part of the word. They stopped listening to it and I finished it alone.
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