Fourteen-year-old Letsi wants to know why the labyrinth is forbidden. Tragedy forces her to move in with her wealthy aunt, where the labyrinth consumes her thoughts and gives her hope for a new adventure.
Her late uncle created the maze, but only one person alive knows the treasure it holds. Letsi's aunt has warned her to stay away from it, but she is much too curious.
Once she discovers her uncle's blueprints, she begins a quest to unlock the secrets within the labyrinth. But someone else wants the treasure and will stop at nothing to find it.
Can Letsi solve the puzzle and discover what her uncle meant to stay hidden, or has she put herself in more danger than she can handle?
What listeners say about Letsi and the Labyrinth
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Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
The story was cute and had some great ideas in it - like all fairies have a human, but not all humans have a fairy. The two main characters were sweet girls that you could see being friends. The book itself has a few flaws, where some things were a little more tell than I would like, including a conversation which the main character said bored her and then it continued. I really liked Naomi's school and classes and sign up for them. That was exceptionally fun.
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
There's room for a sequel if the author chooses to write one. What adventures will Naomi and Letsi get into next?
What about Michele Carpenter’s performance did you like?
Michele is very good at character voices - keeping them distinct,without being silly. She's very good at male and female, young and old voices.