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really liked it
7-3-17 This book and the next two or three are $1.99 on Audible for the US right now. I’m not sure about anywhere else.
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I got this book free through the kindle first program. I’m doing pretty good at picking winners!
Damn book made me cry, a good cry and sad cry!
Lord Kiskaddon made a mistake when he didn’t abide by the King’s wishes and he lost his eldest son and had to give over another one of his children as a ward. Lady Eleanor and Lord Kiskaddon decided
I’m totally going against the majority of the ratings here, but this book has left me with mixed feelings. I like the premise, a lot, which is the reason that I chose it as my pick for March’s Kindle First. I like the idea of a trilogy where each book focuses on the main character at a different time in his life. Add to that the concept of magic, and I was intrigued.
But that’s really where the intrigue ended.
I’d like to say that this book involves a sly power play for the throne or the tricks an
Actual rating 3.5 stars.
This is the first installment in the Kingfountain trilogy and follows the journey of Owen Kiskaddon, as he is taken from his home to the King’s castle as hostage for his father’s crimes of desertion and treason. Owen, a shy and serious seven-year-old, was easy to fall in love with and I immediately empathized with his plight. His abrupt departure from the world he knew, the chaos of the King’s palace and the new faces he was confronted with, all conspired to give this an