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The Twilight Prisoner by Katherine Marsh
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Nov 03, 11

really liked it
bookshelves: young-adult-fiction, fantasy
Read in November, 2011

Usually second books in a series are the weak link, but this one is an exception. I felt The Twilight Prisoner flowed more easily than The Night Tourist. Jack Perdu is trying to survive in the world of the living, but he continues to see ghosts. Trying to impress a new friend Cora, he traps them both in the underworld. Jack and a very reluctant Euri have to evade the underworld guards while trying to find a new way to the world of the living.

Marsh introduces a new story while adding to her previous book. It continues to cover the themes of love, loss, and self-discovery. I enjoy her use of mythical characters and well as old historical figures.

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