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The Shadow Throne - Community Reviews back

by Jennifer A. Nielsen
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An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge rated it 2 years ago
I'll update this post with my final review once I've finished/quit the book. But before then I just have to say I wish Nielsen were more patient with her story and with her readers. She explains too much too early and it's getting worse with every book. Ugh, I got bored in the middle and just skim...
Dang Rover: Cover to Cover
Dang Rover: Cover to Cover rated it 3 years ago
The Ascendance Trilogy wasn't everything I hoped it would be. I was hoping for an exciting Middle Grade story with well-written characters and a strong plot. What I got was a moderately fun Middle Grade story with boring, flat characters and a predictable, forced plot. The first book was by far...
The Symmetrical Bookworm
The Symmetrical Bookworm rated it 4 years ago
After the first book, the series rapidly went downhill, IMO. I absolutely adored the first book. It was a five-star, gold medal, 1st place brilliant perfection. Second book was a bit of a disappointment, but nonetheless enjoyable.Then The Shadow Throne happened. And I am so, terribly disappointed in...
Rem's Blog
Rem's Blog rated it 5 years ago
This is probably one of my favorite books. When I first bought checked it out I didn't know just how much I'd love it. Here I am two years later with my own copy of the book as well as his brothers ( The Runaway King and The Shadow Throne)The Characters?Where do I even begin? Sage is exactly what yo...
LulzCat Reviews
LulzCat Reviews rated it 5 years ago
What an epic ending to an incredibly epic series. I really wish this series could continue. I LOVE these characters. The characters were just done so well and that is what makes a book great for me. I am a very picky reader and I couldn't find any faults with this series. I read the entire tril...
Emerjas
Emerjas rated it 5 years ago
Unfortunately, The Shadow Throne was incredibly disappointing for me. I thought it when I read the first book, and neither of the sequels changed my mind—I wish The False Prince had been a stand-alone. In the final book of the trilogy, King Jaron finds his kingdom is now at war. With Imogen captur...
Ketcham in the Rye
Ketcham in the Rye rated it 5 years ago
War. Is. Coming. Jaron the Ascendant King of Carthya must use his wits to save both his friends and his kingdom. Before I turn all fangirl on you, let me explain. I read. A lot. With that being said, I can count on one hand the number of times a character has made me laugh out loud. When Nielse...
Kathryn Reads KidLit
Kathryn Reads KidLit rated it 5 years ago
A satisfying conclusion to a well-loved trilogy in the 5th grade!
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