I thought this book was a step up from book 3, which didn't really advance the main plot (in my opinion). It was a great read, and finally advanced the main plot more. However, I do have a few problems with it. At the end, I feel Lucky made a choice that seemed out of character and wrong, and I feel that it kinda contradicts with who he was in the original series. With The Wild Pack, I rooted for them in the original series, but this book made me think Storm should have left the pack a long time ago.
Wow! This is a terrific book! Most of the time, I was unable to put this down! It made me nervous (a page turner!), laugh, cry, and jump for joy. After reading this, I couldn't wait (even for a few seconds) to get my hands on the third book.
The Isle of the Lost gives a glimpse into the lives of Disney villains' children as they learn to survive a world of evil. Soon, the main characters are thrown into a quest to find the Dragon's Eye, dodging many obstacles as they try to get to it. This book is a recommended read for those who liked the Descendants movies or who are just looking for a fun Disney novel to read.