The Northern Queen

The Northern Queen Action filled BOOKLIST The Northern Queen The sequel to Kim Vandervort s critically acclaimed first novel The Song and the Sorceress Two short years have passed since Princess Ki leah Alrhiane Del Si

  • Title: The Northern Queen
  • Author: Kim Vandervort
  • ISBN: 9780982946718
  • Page: 367
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Action filled BOOKLIST The Northern Queen The sequel to Kim Vandervort s critically acclaimed first novel, The Song and the Sorceress Two short years have passed since Princess Ki leah Alrhiane Del Sivahr solved the ancient riddle that prevented Lyarra Val rahimir from gaining a dangerous foothold on Si vad hardly enough time to prepare for the responsibilities of r Action filled BOOKLIST The Northern Queen The sequel to Kim Vandervort s critically acclaimed first novel, The Song and the Sorceress Two short years have passed since Princess Ki leah Alrhiane Del Sivahr solved the ancient riddle that prevented Lyarra Val rahimir from gaining a dangerous foothold on Si vad hardly enough time to prepare for the responsibilities of ruling a kingdom Nevertheless, with her mother ailing from the same illness that felled her father, Ki leah must assume her birthright as Queen of Si vad When evidence reaches her of an ancient threat gathering on her southern border, Ki leah is forced to make a difficult and dangerous choice one that could irrevocably alter the futures of everything and everyone she holds dear.

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    1. For readers who came to know and love Ki'leah, Britta, Erich and Breyveran in Vandervort's debut novel The Song and the Sorceress this is a satisfying return to the rich world of Si'vad. The story opens with Ki'leah's coronation and follows this remarkable young woman as she takes on the challenging task of ruling a kingdom. Intrigues and deceptions abound, and tension builds as a net of death and treachery closes in on the new queen.Some readers may find the first half of the novel a little slo [...]

    2. I actually screamed when this book ended because I knew I would have to wait for some time to find out what happens next! After I calmed down, I decided I would do my best to wait patiently to see what happens in the next book. :)Down to the book itself, I will say this book is quite a bit different from The Song and the Sorceress. I feel like our characters are learning more about strategy and relationships than ever before! In the end, it works though given where the story appears to be going [...]

    3. I just finished The Song and the Sorceress, and loved it. I was impressed that you included a map so I could follow the journey from North to South. I wish I had a glossary for some of the words or a description of how you pronounce them. I was carried away by the tale and look forward to reading the Northern Queen. Please keep writing Kim, I will read everything you put to paper. All my best.Carol L. Hyland

    4. Reviewed by Marta Morrison for TeensReadTooI had to read this book after reading the first in the series, THE SONG AND THE SORCERESS.It has been two years since Ki'leah has returned from defeating Lyarra, the ancient evil sorceress, and two years since she has seen the man she loves, Breyveran, the King of Sahtamor. Her father has died, and she is to be crowned Queen of Si'vad.She is very excited to see her love again, since many monarchs are coming to her coronation. Breyveran doesn't come but [...]

    5. I liked this and will read the 3rd when it is published. But I didn't like it as much as the first one. Since I read it back to back with the first one, I found some of the differences between the end of the first and the beginning of the second jarring. For example, in the first book, the previous king is portrayed as a fairly bad, out of touch king. Then in the beginning of this one it's all about how he was such a great king.I liked some of the palace politics, but Ki'leah was just too oblivi [...]

    6. The stakes are higher, the costs are dearer, and if you thought "The Song and the Sorceress" was full of action, it was a walk in a moonlit garden compared to "Northern Queen." Kim Vandervort succeeds in doing what only the best series novels do--she's pulled her readers in all over again with new elements that raise the action and suspense to a higher level. And like really good second novels, it makes you want a third, and a fourth, and as many as she can keep writing. No damsels in distress h [...]

    7. 3.5 stars. I really enjoyed The Northern Queen, but am frustrated with where it ends. After reading the author's blog it sounds like she is in the process of writing the next book in the series which I'm really happy about because there are way too many loose ends left at the end of this one. As with The Song and the Sorceress, what I enjoyed the most about the book were the characters.

    8. I don't normally read fantasy novels, but I am loving this series. The characters are fantastic. Vandervort paints a vivid and detailed picture of her world, causing you to get lost in the pages, not wanting to find your way out. The Northern Queen leaves you yearning for more once the last page has been turned. I can't wait to read the next book! Write faster :)

    9. this was a disappointing book as compared to the first. princess ki'leah came off as too whiny and there were contradictions in her character. plus i felt that not a whole lot happened.

    10. This series is amazing! I love the characters and Vandervort's prose is just fantastic. I can't wait for the next installment give me more of Ki'leah and her world!

    11. I thought Ki'leah was a bit annoying in this one although I did feel sorry for her because she had literally no help and her allies in the palace either left or got killed. I liked the Plainsmen parts the best with Erich and Britta. Breyveran he wasn't even there half the time and when he was, he wasn't any help at all, so I was annoyed with him as well. I enjoyed reading it until I realized that it ended on a bit of a cliffhanger and the next book hasn't even been written (this one was in 2010 [...]

    12. Second in the series - and definitely a place holder waiting for the 3rd. Lots of pages with not much happening. I'll probably finish the series (hoping that there are just 3) to see how it resolves, but the first book was the best of the two so far.

    13. In which a newly-minted queen discovers that ruling and leadership require a different kind of strength.

    14. Better than the first, largely since the central character had grown up and stopped whining so much (and when she did, it was legitimate complaints!)

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