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The E-Book version of the Exciting Sequel is out!

The Kindle edition of The Underground Labyrinth is out now!

“New friends and foes make The Underground Labyrinth an exciting sequel with even more of the fun illustrations that readers loved in Book One.”
– Samantha Coville, sammythebookworm.com

This entire series has impressed me so far. I can’t wait to see what Ms. Dizon San Juan comes up with next.  This sequel to The Crowded Kingdom can be read as a standalone novel, but I highly recommend checking out the first book to anyone who is even slightly intrigued by the brief recap of what happens in it in the first chapter of this one.  I’d recommend The Underground Labyrinth to fans of the science fiction and young adult genres alike.”  – Long and Short Reviews, www.longandshortreviews.com

“What a pleasure it is to see New York’s secret magic again, to see the elves again, to see Jada and Jinny drawn into a new journey to save the world as we and the elves know it. I love these two little stalwart girls, their friends and helpers and above all Minicrist, who reminds us all that no good ever gets accomplished without the necessary tools.
– Karen Heuler, O. Henry Award Winning Author of The Inner City and Glorious Plague

Click here to check it out and purchase your copy at $7.99 OR just $2.99 if you purchase the paperback version too!

Just as on land, the underwater creatures were fascinated by the tiny human children and their fairy friends, hovering unafraid in their presence, sometimes stopping in their path to let O and the bubble pass without obstruction.   But in the watery haze, the girls thought they could also see the faint outlines of creatures that watched them from afar but then slunk away as the bubble floated by.

“Just as on land, the underwater creatures were fascinated by the tiny human children and their fairy friends, hovering unafraid in their presence, sometimes stopping in their path to let O and the bubble pass without obstruction.  But in the watery haze, the girls thought they could also see the faint outlines of creatures that watched them from afar but then slunk away as the bubble floated by.”

 

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