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Jakkin Und Akki Haben Zwar Ihre Verfolger Absch Tteln K Nnen, Doch Schon Bald Drohen Neue Gefahren In Letzter Minute K Nnen Sie Sich In Einen Schachteingang Retten, Der Zu Einem Weit Verzweigten H Hlensystem Geh Rt W Hrend Herzbluts Drachenkinder Verzweifelt Auf Sie Warten, Geraten Jakkin Und Akki In Den Endlos Tiefen Felsg Ngen Des Gebirges In Die Gewalt Der H Hlenmenschen Die Situation Scheint Nahezu Ausweglos This was a seriously weird book, but I kind of liked it anyway My main issue with it was not the weirdness but the ending, where the characters find out that most of their problems have been easily resolved without their involvement while they were off doing other things It s a very short book, and adding an end which let some of the earlier plotlines play out a little longer wouldn t have made it unbearably long Nonetheless, I still enjoyed it up until that point. Every book in this series is completely different from the others This one was extraneous, weird, and discomfiting And kinda gross I liked the first book of this series the best and did not enjoy books 2 or 3, so I don t recommend picking it up.Someone on Goodreads told me to definitely avoid book 4 so I m taking that advice. Disappointing The plot felt rushed and choppy, never seemed to find a rhythm or establish what direction the story was trying to take, and left any number of loose threads dangling For instance, the possibility of the view spoiler Cave men, armed with their metal, hide spoiler The main characters Akki and Jakkin, living in the mountains with Heart s Blood s offspring, discover a secret no one else on the planet appears to know It s an obvious homage to The Time Machine and yet it works pretty well Yolen has sorted out how her surprise could be the way it is and what the ramifications are More of the story follows Jakkin than Akki, which is kind of a shame since Akki probably has a lot that could be told about her Akki still contributes a lot, though, and they make a pretty good pair.