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O its knees Jaron knows it is up to him to embark on a daring rescue mission But everything that can go wrong doesHis friends are flung far and wide across Carthya and its neighbouring lands In a last ditch effort to stave off what looks to be a devastating loss for the kingdom Jaron un Dear UniverseI have just finished reading The Shadow Throne so you may not want to talk to me for a while And unless you want to hear me jabbering about the sheer awesomeness of Jaron Mott and Amarinda I don t want to talk to you either You see this book delivers Remember in the first book of the trilogy when Jaron fooled us all with his unreliable narrator skills Remember the second book when we bashed our heads into the pages shouting What are you doing you stupid boy You ll get yourself killed Well the third book is that on steroids Remember how Imogen was always there to support him whether that meant cleaning his wounds or hiding kitchen knives so he d always have access to a weapon She ll make you cry now Remember clumsy but brainy Tobias Remember proud and loyal Amarinda Guess who ends up togetherRemember the pirates Yeah this book has pirates My only disappointment was that they stayed on dry land the entire time I would ve liked to see them at sea Jaron is back and he s the same snarky savvy boy you grew to love Even when his life gets put through the wringer even when everyone he loves is ripped away from him even when there s no hope for the future he s always got a plan You may think you know what happens next but he ll prove you wrongThe ending is action packed and heartwarming all at once Now if you ll excuse me I need to go read over my favorite parts Goodbye InternetSincerelyErica

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The Shadow Throne

One war Too many deadly battles Can a king save his kingdom when his own survival seems unlikelyWar has come The Shadow MOBI #224 to Carthya It knocks at every door and window in the land And when Jaron learns that King Vargan of Avenia has kidnapped Imogen in a plot to bring Carthya t The first book in this trilogy is better as a stand alone than with the other two The second was good enough This I felt like I wasted my day reading itThere were so many obvious twists it was sort of pathetic The main character felt sort of bland at this point It also seemed like it was trying to be an actiony adventure war story but at the same time trying to apologize for making war look interesting with what felt like throwaway lines about how horrific it all was All in all it just felt generic like it was just going over well trodden territory I expected a lot after the wonderful first book It also seemed ironic to me that the author mentioned in the acknowledgements a uote from Toni Morrison saying that if the book you want hasn t been written yet write it yourself I can think of so many books comics movies etc that have done a similar story but better It s been written That said the first one is definitely worth reading Just not this one

Jennifer A. Nielsen × 7 Download

Dertakes what may be his last journey to save everything and everyone he loves But even with his lightning uick wit Jaron cannot forestall the terrible danger that descends on him and his country Along the way will he lose what matters most And in the end who will sit on Carthya's thron I enjoyed the first two books in The Ascendance Trilogy but I did not enjoy this final instalment of the series uite as much Jaron is now King of Carthya but he must learn how to lead uickly as Carthya is being invaded by three separate neighbouring countries The most difficult of the invaders Avenia are lead by the vengeful and greedy King Vargan To complicate matters even further King Vargan has kidnapped Imogen the girl who Jaron loves Jaron with the help of his friends and allies must find a way to repel the invasion and rescue Imogen The story was OK but nothing special I found that I was never overly excited by any of the happenings Though I suspect that could be because they all had a very familiar feel There is only so many times Jaron and his friends can get captured by their enemies and then escape before it starts to get tiresome The other big issue I had was that the war story arc was a bit dull I preferred the parts of the story that focused on the witty banter between the characters and some of the other light adventure sub plots I was happy with the way things wrapped up for Jaron and the host of secondary characters that we have grown familiar with over the course of the series Although this final book was a bit dull I ll remember this children s fantasy series fondly Rating 25 stars Audio Note Charlie McWade was not at his best in this one I thought he was overdoing things at times Though I m not sure if that is his fault or if that is just the way things were written


10 thoughts on “The Shadow Throne

  1. says:

    My reaction when I saw

  2. says:

    The first book in this trilogy is better as a stand alone than with the other two The second was good enough This I felt like I wasted my day reading itThere were so many obvious twists it was sort of pathetic The main character fel

  3. says:

    My heart is aching while I'm writing my review on the final seuel of this series because it's hard to say goodbye to the booksnovels

  4. says:

    Dear UniverseI have just finished reading The Shadow Throne so you may not want to talk to me for a while And unless you want to hear me jabbering about the sheer awesomeness of Jaron Mott and Amarinda I don't want to talk to you either You see this book delivers Remember in the first book of the trilogy when Jaron fooled us all

  5. says:

    4 stars This is a really solid middle grade fantasy series I listened to the audio and found myself wanting to stay in the car longer so I could listen to the end Love Jarron and all the characters I think Jennifer Nielsen ended this series really well

  6. says:

    35 Stars

  7. says:

    I enjoyed the first two books in The Ascendance Trilogy but I did not enjoy this final instalment of the series uite as much Jaron is now King of Carthya but he must learn how to lead uickly as Carthya is being invaded by three separate neighbouring countries The most difficult of the invaders Avenia are lead by the vengeful and greedy Kin

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    I s

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    Not sure what all else I can say about this book But like any good high fantasy finally it ends making you feel all warm and

  10. says:

    headdeskI loved the first book I liked the second This one made me want to scream loudly and publicly and then s

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