Journey forth, the publishing arm of Bob Jones University always puts out good quality literature and I have not come across any that I would not recommend. Lost Prince of Samavia is great for boys and girls alike, with older than 12 being captivated with the story also. If you are one that likes to draw parallels between life experiences and Biblical principles, this book is loaded with examples. You can read it for enjoyment, you can read it for character studies, you can read it to teach. An excellent book whichever way you use it and a great gift for any child who loves to read.
The Lost Prince of Samavia is really good book! It's not really adventurous, But it shows courage, mystery, and closeness and faith in his father. It only took me a week to read it even though it a 342 paged book!The is really good for young or old a like and has good morals!
The Lost Prince of Samavia tells a story of country that is in a terrible civil war, and where people are killing each other all for the sake of power. The poor citizens of Samavia can only hope that their beloved lost prince will come back and make every thing right as it used to be. Marco Loristan and his father are two traveling, poor peasants. Marco's maturity and knowledge of the world makes him anything but the average peasant 12-year-old. As Marco learns about his father and the secret party that is searching for the lost prince and preparing for him, Marco is sent on a very important mission with his crippled friend "The Rat." Marco and his best friend have to go to each member, undercover, and utter four, but remarkably important words. The Lost Prince of Samavia is a 342-page paperback book, whose 31 chapters are filled to the brim with adventure and mystery. As a 13-year-old and lover of action books, I enjoyed The Lost Prince of Samavia. I would recommend it to ages 9 to adults who love a good ending and intriguing books. -- Estee Wells, Christian Book Previews.com