The Resurrection Fields

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Random House Children's Books, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 158 pages
10 Reviews
“Keaney's concoction of sci-fi, horror, and fantasy is remarkably effective. Sigmundus is a villain who will haunt readers.”—The Bulletin

Beginning where Book 2,The Cracked Mirror,left off, this finale to the Promises of Dr. Sigmundus trilogy takes readers into bizarre realms with fanciful creatures, continuing its signature exploration of the price of freedom and self-determination. Focusing on the ongoing struggles of its teenaged protagonists, Dante and Bea, it is a journey at once thrilling and thoughtful, with plenty to offer for pure reading enjoyment and book discussion. This trilogy is satisfying for fantasy fans but also accessible to the less-than-hardcore genre enthusiast.


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Review: The Resurrection Fields (The Promises of Dr. Sigmundus #3)

User Review  - Amanda Voisey - Goodreads

I enjoyed this series a lot, as I've stated in my previous reviews for the first two books. However, the ending (like literally the end) I did not like. I would have liked something different, was not expecting what happened (but in a bad way). Read full review

Review: The Resurrection Fields (The Promises of Dr. Sigmundus #3)

User Review  - Hannah - Goodreads

Ended poorly and way too ethereal. Read full review

About the author (2011)

BRIAN KEANEY is a celebrated author of British young adult fiction. The profound effect of reading Dante's Divine Comedy while a teen inspired the creation of the Promises of Dr. Sigmundus trilogy. He lives in London, England.

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