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Black Hole Radio - Labyrinthia (edition 2023)

by Ann Birdgenaw (Author), E.M. Roberts (Illustrator)

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Title:Black Hole Radio - Labyrinthia
Authors:Ann Birdgenaw (Author)
Other authors:E.M. Roberts (Illustrator)
Info:DartFrog Books (2023), 126 pages
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Rating:*****
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Black Hole Radio - Labyrinthia by Ann Birdgenaw

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"Beep, beep, beep, beep," sounds the radio, and Hawk, Celeste, and Matt are off on another adventure through the black hole. This time they find themselves in an alien, cavernous labyrinth, as they try to locate a missing classmate and the way out. Along the way they meet some aliens and help find a solution to an injustice.

The story is interesting and keeps the reader engaged as the three kids learn about the alien world. It includes some bits of social commentary and at the end provides some good information and talking points about the problem of child labor in the mining industry - all done at a level that middle-grade readers can grasp. The glossary at the end provides some useful definitions and context for the space and scientific aspects of the story. The back matter also includes an appealing experiment to try, and the illustrations scattered throughout add nicely to the story.

While the story does give some hints of what's already happened, those parts are not very close to the beginning and so a reader unfamiliar with the previous adventures could be confused. Potential readers would benefit from having read the earlier books before reading this one.

Overall, this was a fun, entertaining book to read, with an important educational element and the opportunity to learn more. An enjoyable addition to the series. ( )
  SLynnHelton | Feb 9, 2024 |

Labyrinthia is a neat story. Everything falls into place and is easily explained as, and when, it occurs. This is partially owing to previous adventures the children went on that found them embracing specific abilities. The rest is down to the way the story and the obstacles are crafted. The children conveniently possess the right knowledge, and the right skills to tackle everything they encounter. Consequently, the story moves at a fast pace and reaches a swift resolution.
 
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