The King’s Traitor (Kingfountain, #3) by Jeff Wheeler Download (read online) free eBook

The King's Traitor (Kingfountain, #3)

Against all odds, Owen Kiskaddon grew from frightened boy to confident youth to trusted officer in the court of Kingfountain—and watched its regent, Severn Argentine, grow ever more ruthless and power-mad. Robbed of his beloved protector, his noble mentor, and his true love, Owen has anticipated the day when the king he fears and reviles, yet loyally serves, will be topple

Dec 17, 2016

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This was a great ending to a King Arthur (and Little Mermaid) retelling.
I genuinely think this is a series that might appeal more to women than men, it is a greatly told story of trust and mistrust, of justice and fairness.
I was just so enchanted by the series and I just loved the magic system – which I do not think it is based on anything I have read so far.
The book just left me with happy, a fantasy story with a very positive approach. There is death but I believe it can be coped with.

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The writing style is also something I have greatly appreciated.

I would almost say that this is a series that can be approached at any age, a delightful story that will leave you smiling!

Rysa Walker

I was lucky enough to get an advance copy of this from NetGalley. The King’s Traitor is a fabulous ending for the Kingfountain series. I listened to the first two books on Audible — Jeff Wheeler and Kate Rudd are an unbeatable combo–but was so eager to find out how the series wrapped up that I couldn’t wait for the audio this time. Very strong recommend!!!