Keys to the Demon Prison

by Brandon Mull

{ 2010 | Shadow Mountain | 544 pgs }

The final book in the Fablehaven series, this came out just before the Romgi’s birthday and was one of his presents from me. We’ve both really enjoyed the series and I know the Romgi was glad when finals were over and he had free time to relax and finally read.

Apparently my memory isn’t as good as the Romgi’s – or else we can blame the fact that I’d read almost 70 books since finishing the fourth Fablehaven book – but I honestly had no idea what was important to know before starting the final book. Luckily, the Romgi had just finished it and gave me a quick refresher. And the author did a good job of helping readers remember the important story lines.

I absolutely loved Keys to the Demon Prison. It was a fun, captivating, visual book that I almost wanted to take my time reading because I didn’t want it to end. Of course, with all the action, I wanted to read quickly…either way, I really enjoyed it. I still recommend the entire series. It’s written for a younger audience than the Harry Potter books, and, if it’s possible, feels more “magic-y” to me. But that’s just my opinion. If you want to get a feel for the author without reading the whole series, try The Candy Shop War, which is incredibly fun as well.

I mean it! Go read something!

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One thought on “Keys to the Demon Prison

  1. Katie says:

    I’ve been meaning to read this, I just haven’t done it yet. I loved the Fablehaven series, and almost don’t want to read this book because I don’t want it to be over! I know what you mean though, about the book feeling more magic-y than Harry Potter. I completely agree. I can’t wait to grab this book and read it!

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