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My favorite Fablehaven book!
Reviewed in the United States on December 12, 2011
This book is the fourth book in the Fablehaven series. I was first introduced to this series when I was eight years old. The set I had included the first second and third books in the series. At first, I was scared to read the second book after reading the first. Then later, when I was eleven, I decided to read it again, and found I had discovered the best series I had ever read. Once my mom and little brother had read the first three books, my mom ordered the next two. I could not stop reading them. I was up until midnight reading under my covers. I still enjoy reading the series over and over again. The fourth book is my favorite.
Kendra is very obedient, and a big rule follower, whereas her brother, Seth, is a major rule breaker and adventurer. These attributes are helpful to the characters, but not always. Another character is Gavin. Gavin is the son of Chuck Rose, he is also a Dragon Brother and a dragon tamer.
The book starts out with Kendra getting after Seth for keeping gold when he wasn't supposed to. Then, Kendra is kidnaped by the Society of the Evening Star. Later, the Knights of the Dawn go on a mission to find a key at Wyrmwroost, one of the Dragon Sanctuaries. on the way, they meet Raxtus, a fairy dragon. Kendra and Seth, along with their allies, brave the Dragon Temple, and find the key. But will they survive the Dragon Temple with its guardians? Throughout the book, they are trying to outwit the Sphinx, the former leader of the Knights of the Dawn and the current leader of the Society of the Evening Star. The mood in this book is exciting, suspenseful, and, sometimes, a little scary.
This book will keep you on the edge of your seat the whole way through. I thought that this was a very good book. Once you read this book, you'll probably want to read the others. I strongly recommend this book to people who enjoy fantasy adventure.
-by Don's daughter