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The adventurers from The Land Below return to the cavern under the Austrian Alps.

At first, it is a rescue mission, but soon Danny, Stefan, Ed, and Elsa find themselves in a fight for survival.

A perilous journey across an underground sea brings them to a lost island and fresh adventures, but their attempts to return to the surface only serve to make their situation worse.

Now they must flee for their lives, with all the denizens of that strange island at their heels.

©2021 Severed Press (P)2021 Severed Press

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New take on earthly adventures

Interesting take on adventure novels. It has the struggle to survive, antagonists played by strange undiscovered creatures and the lure of buried (really deeply buried) treasure in a strange land. Author does a decent job of describing the biome and you do get to know the characters (my favorite was the dog). The story is 4 stars, could have fleshed it out a little more and even though it had several fast paced action scenes it still seems to drag just a little in spots. The narrator does a decent job of differentiating the lines by voicing the characters differently but was really slow, I listened at 1.2 and it sounded like regularly paced speech