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Reviewed by Astrid Iustulin for Readers' Favorite
Are you ready to follow Gail and her friends on a scary mountain journey? It all starts with the stories Uncle Perkin told Gail - stories that had given her nightmares for a long time but that she does not believe. Although her uncle asks her not to go up the mountain, she and her friends did not keep their promise. However, they soon realize that there is something disturbing about these places. Gail will tell the stories to her friends along the way while mysterious figures roam around them. Are they friends or enemies? How will the adventure of Gail and the others end? Find out by reading Zip Line by P. Anthony Michael.
Zip Line is a book that readers of eerie and mysterious stories cannot help but love. P. Anthony Michael has written a story that, while not too long, manages to keep readers in suspense. The atmosphere in the forest is perfect for creating a sense of restlessness that readers will experience along with the characters. It was wonderful and dangerous to follow Gail, Danny, and the others on their adventure, to the point that I started picturing myself there with them. I believe books that enable readers to imagine they are like the characters in the story are some of the best written. I recommend this book to all readers looking for tales of creepy places where mysterious figures lurk. They will find in this book all the ingredients of an adventurous and scary story.