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Mountain of Whispers (Island of Fog #3)

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"Whisper Mountain is the lair of the beast," say the frightened mountain elves. "Beware the Shadow Demon, for it will hunt you down and eat you alive."

Hal and his friends weren't looking for another adventure, but this was a mission they couldn't ignore.

Whisper Mountain gets its name from the frequent cries of ghosts echoing down its slopes, the souls of victims who have
Kindle Edition, 236 pages
Published (first published July 22nd 2010)
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Steve Mccann
I enjoyed the first two books in this series better. But it's still pretty good. Perhaps the title prepared me for more spookiness than what I got.

Again Robinson delivers young characters that not only face difficulties and fears on their own, these characters then solve their problems without the intervention of adults, magical creatures, and profound luck falling from the blue sky. One would think this an obvious feature in a children's book, but too often I read novels in which the children a
Awful. I gave the first two books five stars each. Enjoyed them a lot.

This book started great then made some weird pivot in the middle that made no sense at all in the story arc and turned me off this series forever.

After learning who is responsible for setting out the virus that KILLED BILLIONS on EARTH, the book makes a weird pivot not to punish the guilty or find out why they did it but to make the US MILITARY the bad guys for no particular reason other than the author must hate them. Did a
Brenda .
Very nice! I really liked the evolution of the characters. Very enjoyable read.
Roger Eschbacher
The third book in the "Island of Fog" series, "Mountain of Whispers" continues author Keith Robinson's tradition of telling an entertaining tale with style and aplomb. Taking place exclusively on the "other side" of the doorway between our world and the next, we follow the adventures of shapeshifter Hal and his friends as they struggle to fill their proper roles as liaisons to groups of strange creatures such as ogres, centaurs, naga, and elves. Throw in a threat from heavily-armed soldiers from ...more
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Keith Robinson is the author of the ISLAND OF FOG fantasy series for middle grade and young adult readers. The series is full of mysteries, adventures and creatures from myth and legend. The novels have received favorable comments from successful fantasy author Piers Anthony.

The ISLAND OF FOG series so far...
#1 Island of Fog
#2 Labyrinth of Fire
#3 Mountain of Whispers
#4 Lake of Spirits
#5 Roads
More about Keith Robinson...
Island of Fog (Island of Fog, #1) Labyrinth of Fire (Island of Fog, #2) Lake of Spirits (Island of Fog, #4) Roads of Madness (Island of Fog, #5) Chamber of Ghosts (Island of Fog, #6)

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