Fantasy Book Review: Hollow Earth: The Book of Beasts

Hollow Earth: The Book of Beasts by John Barrowman & Carole E Barrowman

Synopsis:
Matt and Emily Calder’s travels through time come to a thrilling conclusion in the third book of the Hollow Earth trilogy as the siblings struggle to close Hollow Earth—and keep the monsters inside.

Twins Matt and Emily Calder may be divided by time, but they are united in their mission to close Hollow Earth before the monsters inside can destroy the world. The key to success lies with their Animare talents: they can draw things into life and travel in time through art. But there are monsters outside Hollow Earth as well. Monsters intent on taking control of the beasts for themselves. And the worst monster of all is their own father.

Review:
Matt is stuck in the past. And his sister Emily is in the present, unsure of Matt’s fate. But they both know they have to stop their father and those who want to open the portal to Hollow Earth.

The Book of Beasts is the third and final book in the Hollow Earth trilogy by well-known actor John Barrowman and his sister Carole E Barrowman. This is a unique and inspired world with engaging characters and an exciting plot. The suspense builds to an abrupt finale that seemed a bit too quick. I wish we would have had a bit more resolution in an epilogue. But it was still a fun and action-packed, fantasy adventure that was hard to put down.

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