Prior to reading this third installment in "The Lost Books" hexalogy, I wasn't sure if I'd enjoy it. Although Ted Dekker is a great author, the whole "Circle Trilogy" thing seemed a bit overused. However, I was actually pleasantly surprised. Writing for a younger audience did not ruin Dekker's usual excellent prose, and the story turned out to be quite the fun page-turner. If you've enjoyed Ted's "Circle Trilogy" and the previous "Lost Books," you'll probably enjoy this one, too.