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The Warden War Paperback – March 9, 2012
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- D.L. really makes a world you can believe in with his writing. ~ Review by Kate Policani book reviews
- All of our favorite characters are back. I do recommend this series if you are looking for something different. A great read.' ~ Review by wilovebooks
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The Kingdom of Westgrove is on the verge of war with the smaller state of Gotrox. Prince Donald of Westgrove, youngest son of the King, has discovered that the confrontation has been manufactured by the King's chief adviser and is desperately trying to stop the war before it happens. Together with his friends Kwestor, Muce, Trixie, Nash and a strangely intelligent dog named Moe he crisscrosses parts of three kingdoms, dodging assassins and armies all the while, looking for a solution. The climax takes place at the last second as armies mass on the borders and the conflagration looms. It is up to Prince Donald to stop it.
This book has much more of a science fiction feel than The Warden Threat, with the humorous parody of traditional fantasy and current events still present. The comparison to Terry Pratchett's work remains apt, a comparison I consider a high compliment. Give this book a try, you won't regret it.
Although (probably) not intended for children, it's entirely appropriate for younger readers, with no profanity, minimal violence, no sex, and a great happy ending that leaves you with a nice little sigh.
My complaints with the manuscript are minimal-there are occasional copy-editing errors, and there are a few passages when the narrative runs into too much tell and not enough show. Even so, I highly recommend it for anyone that enjoyed the Warden Threat.
Overall Rating: 4.5 Stars. Fun and heartwarming fantasy/science fiction for all ages.
*** Review received a free review copy ***
*I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.