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by Tristan Elwell,Ridley Pearson


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I recommend these books for kids about 10 and up who love Disney and would enjoy an adventure set in one of the theme parks.

When the Disney Imagineers originally developed the holograms out of real teenagers, they didn't know Finn, Philby, Willa, Charlene, and Maybeck would be able to cross over into the park when they went to sleep at night. I recommend these books for kids about 10 and up who love Disney and would enjoy an adventure set in one of the theme parks. The books are easy to read but not short, ranging from about 300 to over 500 pages.

Kingdom Keepers III: Disney in Shadow. Ridley Pearson, in addition to the Peter and the Starcatchers series with Dave Barry, is the award-winning author of The Kingdom Keepers-Disney After Dark, The Kingdom Keepers-Disney At Dawn, and Steel Trapp

Kingdom Keepers III: Disney in Shadow. Ridley Pearson, in addition to the Peter and the Starcatchers series with Dave Barry, is the award-winning author of The Kingdom Keepers-Disney After Dark, The Kingdom Keepers-Disney At Dawn, and Steel Trapp. He has also written more than twenty best-selling crime novels, including Killer View and Killer Weekend.

Enjoyed re-reading the second book in the Kingdom Keepers series. Brought back a lot of good memories and nostalgia. Can't wait to re-read the next book.

Kingdom Keepers III: Disney in Shadow is the third book in the Kingdom Keepers series set inside the Walt Disney World Resort, written by Ridley Pearson and published by Disney Book Group, and was released on April 6, 2010. It is set inside the Magic Kingdom. It features five young protagonists battling against villains known as the Overtakers for control of the parks.

Tristan Elwell was born and raised in New York City, where he graduated from the High School of Music and Art. He attended the School of Visual Arts on a full scholarship, graduating in 1990 at the top of his class.

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With the adventures set forth in the first books now behind them, Kingdom Keepers 3: Disney In Shadow follows the five teens, Finn, Philby, Willa, Charlene, and Maybeck as they search to find Wayne, their mentor and head Imagineer who has mysteriously gone missing. Concerned Wayne has been abducted by the Overtakers-Disney villains, who along with other Disney characters, take over the parks when the turnstiles stop spinning, and want desperately to steer the parks to a far darker place-the five kids pick up a major clue from a close friend, Jess, whose dreams (nightmares, really) often accurately predict the future. The very few clues from Jess's dream lead the kids into Disney's Hollywood Studios and Epcot--through imaginary worlds that become real, by imaginary kids who are real. Each clue seems tied to the last, and with the stakes growing ever higher, what starts out as a puzzle ends up as a fight for their lives. Through a transparent paper box, a quest for a sword, rides on Soarin' and Maelstrom, life-and-death encounters with giant snakes, and a devious Maleficent, the Kingdom Keepers not only begin to decipher deeper meanings to the clues, but discover new truths about themselves and their ever-growing friendships.

Comments: (7)

Fararala
Though not as good as his past books in the series, this was still an interesting read. I felt like the story dragged on a little bit too much, a little more action and a little less talking would have been ideal, as what action happens isn't very much. I also felt like they didn't go into as much detail about the parks as in the past books and that left me wanting to know more about the parks. That's why I mainly read the books is so that I feel like I'm at the parks. So again still a good read but not as great as it has been in the past
Milleynti
A solid installment. This is a pretty good series but I noticed a handful of errors. Both grammatically and actual errors. The lions(?) from China in Epcot probably wouldn't be freaked out by water. House cats hate water because there fur sticks to their skin and makes it easy for them to get cold. Big cats, in particular ones who live in a typically hot area, probably wouldn't mind a little cool-down. Other than that, a little bit of romance starts to develop towards the end of the book. Chernabog shows his ugly mug again and the Kingdom Keepers find a rather nice sword, not necessarily in that order. Wayne gets even more cryptic and there's a bit of fairly decent character development. Like the title of the review says, it's a pretty good book. For those of you not convinced yet, the Fantasmic show-down that has been hinted at since book one finally happens. It's a bit lackluster at points, but has a very surprising end. Just keep reading after the part with Wayne and a drugged out Professor Philby will explain everything. You'll understand when you get to that point.
Doomwarden
I have been reading the Kingdom Keepers series for less than a month now. I finished the first in under a week and moved right on to the second book. The books are not short but once I begin reading one I have trouble putting them down, even when I have to get to sleep and be at work in the morning. I just now finished the third book in the series and about halfway through had ordered the fourth book so that I had it ready to go as soon as I finished the third. I have had issues in the past getting bored by about the third book in a series, but this one is the complete opposite! I can't wait to see what happens next, and I would highly recommend these books to anyone of any age.
Nalmezar
In my opinion, Kingdom Keepers keeps getting better. The characters continue to become more developed, the references to Disney buzz words are a great tie in, and my daughter keeps wanting to read the next book...what's not to like?

I recommend this to adults and children..especially those who have an interest in all things Disney. One tip is that I would NOT try to pick up in the middle of the series. Start with book ONE.
Nikojas
My niece had this book (and all its companions in the series) on her birthday list. She absolutely loves the books (I purchased the first three in the series) and stays up late at night to read them. Her brother enjoys them as well, and he is not the most enthusiastic reader in the world. I recommend these books for kids about 10 and up who love Disney and would enjoy an adventure set in one of the theme parks. The books are easy to read but not short, ranging from about 300 to over 500 pages. Despite their length, however, they are very popular with our family.
Hǻrley Quinn
My daughter loves these books. They are a must have if your child reads books and especially if they have been to Disney. She's constantly telling me stories about these books in relation to rides or attractions we've been to at Disney.
Siatanni
I am a HUGE Disney fan, so I desperately wanted to love this series.

The first book was great and had a fresh concept and introduced us to some great characters.

The second one was just okay and at times the storyline was stretched a little thin. I realize this is fiction but a really really great author makes you put yourself in the story and believe that it is actually happening, but instead I found myself saying "That would never happen" and felt cheated at times like when he took the easy way out (plot wise). It took me forever to finish it because I just wasn't into it.

Then FINALLY the third book comes out and this is where ALL my expectations were finally met. If you haven't read the first 2 you can easily catch up. I couldn't put this book down!!! It has everything that the first 2 lacked and I hope the authors continue the series with the same detail to story and magic that came out of this book!

I would have given this book 5 stars but I chose 4 stars for the series because most people won't read this without reading the first 2.
Wife loves all the Kingdom Keepers books; read them multiple times
Kingdom Keepers III: Disney in Shadow download epub
Science Fiction & Fantasy
Author: Tristan Elwell,Ridley Pearson
ISBN: 1423138562
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Language: English
Publisher: Disney-Hyperion; Reprint edition (March 1, 2011)
Pages: 336 pages