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Amulet Keepers: TombQuest, Book 2

By Carrie R. Wheadon, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

More mummified chills and thrills, this time in London.

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AMULET KEEPERS starts with a fantastic opener: a body snatched, blood rain, a near plane crash, a near kidnapping, and a quick getaway. Just like the main character, the TombQuest sequel doesn't want to stop for a minute. Alex has to find his mom, go-go-go; readers have to turn pages faster and faster. Occasionally Ren's wisdom wins out. She wants to slow down, put the pieces of the mystery together, see the Rembrandts at the National Gallery.

When the slowing down happens, readers get more time to understand Alex and Ren. Not enough, but it's a start. As the exciting series progresses, a better balance of action and character development would be welcome.

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