Crater Lake: Battle for Wizard Island by Steve Westover.
Welcome to the Blog Tour for Crater Lake, hosted by Cedar Fort Publishing. I have to say that I enjoyed this book. The characters were fun and easy to relate to. Not to mention the setting was incredible. Take a look at this picture from Steve's blog.
Pretty amazing, isn't it. Back to the book. Some of the transitions were on the rough side for me, but the ending wrapped everything up and left me wondering what the next installment will be. I would recommend this to anyone, especially the younger readers.
Here are other blogs participating in the tour,
Wailing and thrashing for escape, Allie’s dad disappeared first, the dirt covering the crown of his head. Ethan and Jordan’s parents followed, gasping for breath before the dirt covered their faces and muffled their screams. Mercifully, they descended faster than Allie’s mom. She had been the appetizer, and the other three adults were the main course.
While visiting his crazy Uncle Bart at Crater Lake National Park, thirteen-year-old Ethan’s world collapses when all the adults disappear, including his parents. Now Ethan must rally his new friends and decipher the legends of the lake to find the key to rescuing his parents from their earthen prison before he’s captured too and their imprisonment becomes permanent.