The first installment of Derek Benz and J. S. Lewis' Grey Griffin series follows sixth-grader Max Sumner and his three friends, whose lives in their "perfect and boring" Minnesota town get turned upside down when the nefarious goblins and witches featured in their favorite role-playing fantasy game suddenly spring to life and begin terrorizing their idyllic community.
This imaginative, phantasmagorical teenage fantasy is powered by the entrancing, shape-shifting quality of Erik Steele's performance; he enlivens depictions of treacherous kings and benevolent faeries with equal aplomb.
I enjoyed reading the bin the first time I heard about it. The narrator was very talented and kept me interested the whole time
I loved this! I seriously hope they'll continue the rest of the series! The voices were portrayed perfectly!