Review: The Shadow Throne

Jennifer The-Shadow-Throne-Front-Cover-677x1024Nielsen has given intermediate age readers a satisfying, often thrilling conclusion to an outstanding trilogy. King Jaron of Carthya must find a way to lead his peace-loving people to victory over three invading armies. If he fails he will lose his throne, his loved ones, and his life. His foes are many and powerful, and his allies few and faithful. If there is to be any hope of preserving the kingdom he must spread his resources thinly and wisely, utilize every resource and skill to its utmost. But this time Jaron’s best may not be good enough.


About kstreet245

I'm a teacher librarian with Norman Public Schools and adjunct instructor for children's literature at the University of Oklahoma School of Library and Information Studies. I've been married to Ken since 1975, and we have two wonderful children, both married. We have no grandchildren, but instead are "owned" by three dachshunds. We are active members of Country Estates Baptist Church in Midwest City, OK, teaching Sunday School, playing handbells, keyboards, and percussion, and singing in the choir. I enjoy reading, crafts, travel, and nice, long naps when I can work them in!
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