The captive kingdom / Jennifer A. Nielsen
Book | Scholastic Press | 2020 | First edition.
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Edition
First edition.
Description
371 pages : map ; 22 cm.
Series
The Ascendance series ; 4
Nielsen, Jennifer A. Ascendance series ; 4.
Audience
Ages 8-12. Scholastic Press.
Grades 4-6. Scholastic Press.
Summary
Ascendant King Jaron believes that his kingdom, Carthya, is at peace, so he and his bethrothed, Imogen, are sailing home from a trade mission when their ship is attacked by Prozarians, and Jaron and several of his friends are taken prisoner; the Prozarian captain seems to believe he had something to do with his parents' deaths and they also know a great deal about Jaron's long-missing older brother, Darius, the rightful heir to Carthya--who may be alive after all.
Note
Sequel to: The shadow throne.
Summary
Ascendant King Jaron believes that his kingdom, Carthya, is at peace. Sailing home from a trade mission with his betrothed, Imogen, their ship is attacked by Prozarians. Along with several of his friends, Jaron is taken prisoner. The Prozarian captain seems to believe Jaron had something to do with his parents' deaths. They also know a great deal about Jaron's long-missing older brother, Darius, the rightful heir to Carthya-- who may be alive after all. -- adapted from run-on sentence provided.
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Online version: Nielsen, Jennifer A., The captive kingdom New York : Scholastic Press, 2020. 9781338551105 (DLC) 2019047466
ISBN
9781338551082 (hardcover)
1338551086 (hardcover)
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