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  • A quest into the planet center

    The second installment of the Blue Prometheus trilogy is just as riveting as the first. This time, the action takes place in the underground layers of the planet which gives the whole book an alien, surreal feel. Thomas and Lucy descend deeper and deeper into Prometheus, intent on recovering their keys of power and taking them to the planet's core to claim the Fire of Prometheus. They ally with an odd assortment of characters, including a rogue ice demon, one of the Empire's vicious reptilian killers, and encounter strange cities and landscapes filled with humans, trolls, goblins, and bizarre fungal entities who populate the inner realms. In this book, we encounter another imperial dark sorcerer, Lord Frore, who wants to claim the power of the keys and the Fire of Prometheus for himself in order to take over the Empire. He hunts Thomas and Lucy with a pack of hellhounds which calls up vivid images straight out of underworld mythology. The action moves at a brisk clip. The characters are challenged to overcome their doubts and move past limitations. I found some of their choices poor, but I was quite captivated by the expansion of their psychic and magical abilities which are even more astounding and honed than in the first book. I'm looking forward to the final book of the trilogy and to finding out what these two humans from Earth do about the nasty Empire tyrannizing the solar system.

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