{No Way Out: Dan Poblocki}

{No Way Out: Dan Poblocki}

{Synopsis} – Shadow House always wins . . .

Poppy, Dash, Azumi, and Dylan may have made it out of Shadow House–but the grounds are a whole new nightmare. Someone they thought was a friend is hunting them, and there’s no place that’s safe now that they’ve woken the shadow creature.

If they want to survive, they’ll have to figure out once and for all what the house wants from them, and what-or who-they’ll need to leave behind in order to escape . . . or risk being trapped within Shadow House forever.

{My thoughts} – This appears to be the conclusion to. Dash, Azumi and Poppy’s adventure. There are tons of twists and turns throughout the pages as well as mystery and problem solving. I have to admit when I’d first started reading the series I hadn’t thought it was going to be as engaging for me as it was.

It’s a nice little mold horror series for younger children. It’s not even remotely close to scary in my opinion, however some of the descriptions within the pages could be considered scary to a younger audience.

I think of your child enjoys telling spooky ghost stories or likes to be extremely mildly scared, that they will more then likely enjoy this series.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.


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