Publish date: January 17th 2007
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: The Keys to the Kingdom (#5)
Good overall, but boring compared to the others in the Keys series. Not my favorite, but still a good read.
Episode five of our saga finds Arthur in the realm of Lady Friday who is a scary character fond of paperwork.
In Arthur Penhaligon's quest to rest the Keys to the Kingdom from the Morrow days, he has bested Mister Monday, Grim Tuesday, Drowned Wednesday and Sir Thursday. Now he must overcome the treachery of Lady Friday and her diabolical plan to steal memories from humans rendering them brain dead. Of co...
Eons ago, the Architect of the worlds left, willing her power to whosoever was the Rightful Heir. She left behind seven of her most trusted children behind as Trustees of her Will. But the Trustees did not see any need to relinquish their power, and so they hid the Will away and kept the Keys to t...
In this installment Arthur is struggling to hang on to his humanity and starts to become a little cranky. The responsibilities and disasters are really starting to mount and tension is building as it leads into the home stretch of the series.
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