I'm posting a Kenneth Opel again, this particular series is a young adult, when I read it with my group of grade 8 students, I was hooked, I could easily be Bat girl now or more accurately bat old lady. I told my boys they had to at least come to my "home" and take me out for bat night. We try to do bat night each summer. Aren't I weird and I have weird kids too.
Shade, our hero from the first two books, has now grown and become a father himself. After an earthquake, his son Griffin is drawn into an underground world through a fissure that has opened up. Shade realizes that the legends say, if a living being enters the underworld realm of the dead and does not escape quickly, its life will be lost. Shade is frantically searching for his son and soon realizes an old enemy is
also in the underworld.
Vicki at Reading on the Beach is hosting A-Z Wednesday this weeks letter is "F" stop on by to see the other posts.
photo of the book I own.