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When the boys’ parents are called away by a family emergency, Doug and his older brother Gordon are left on their own in their Rocky Mountain campsite. The brothers are fighting, though, so it isn’t long before Gordon stomps away from the campsite, leaving Doug completely alone. When neither Gordon nor his parents return after three days, 12-year-old Doug fears the worst. He knows Gordon has gone to a high ridge in the Comanche Peak Wilderness—the Fear Place. Will Doug and a new found friend—a cougar—find his brother, or will Doug’s terror of heights prevent a rescue?
Newbery Medal-winning author Phyllis Reynolds Naylor is the author of more than eighty children’s books. She drew on her own fear of heights to write The Fear Place, which is destined to become a children’s adventure classic. The combination of her award-winning, realistic writing style and Ed Sala’s well-paced narration is irresistible.

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About the Author
Author Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

Phyllis Reynolds Naylor has written more than 135 books, including the Newbery Award–winning Shiloh and the popular Alice series. She lives in Gaithersburg, Maryland.

About the Narrator

Ed Sala has narrated dozens of audio books throughout his career. His readings include Harlan Coben’s Tell No One, Stephen Sears’ Gettysburg, and Cormac MacCarthy’s Outer Dark.