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In The Paper Boat by Trisha White Priebe and Jerry B. Jenkins, the king is very ill and in a hurry to hand over his power to a new generation when rumors begin to circulate through the kingdom. It appears the king is unaware of the queen's sinister plot against the thirteen-year-old orphans, as she wants to ensure her child becomes rightful heir to the throne.

Avery weighs the pros and cons of seeking an audience with the king while the castle is dealt a heavy blow; but Avery decides the risk is worth taking, and she steps out of the shadows for the first time since entering the castle walls. When Avery is offered the opportunity of a lifetime, will she choose a life free from hardship within the castle walls. . .or her family and the home she left behind?

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Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Shiloh Run Press
Publication Date: 2017
Dimensions: 8.00 X 6.00 (inches)
ISBN: 1683221788
ISBN-13: 9781683221784
Series: Thirteen

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Stunning conclusion to the Thirteen series!   Avery has just one chance to save her life—and the lives of her friends. 
 
Candlelight danced on the gold-gilded walls and illuminated the stained-glass windows.
You have one chance.
She held her breath and started down the aisle, determined to not let this opportunity pass. Every silent step reminded her that a thirteen-year-old discovered in this castle was as good as dead.
But not talking to the king could mean a death sentence for everyone she loved.

The king is very ill and in a hurry to hand over his power to a new generation when rumors begin to circulate through the kingdom. It appears the king is unaware of the queen’s sinister plot against the thirteen-year-old orphans, as she wants to ensure her child becomes rightful heir to the throne.

Avery weighs the pros and cons of seeking an audience with the king while the castle is dealt a heavy blow; but Avery decides the risk is worth taking, and she steps out of the shadows for the first time since entering the castle walls.  When Avery is offered the opportunity of a lifetime, will she choose a life free from hardship within the castle walls. . .or her family and the home she left behind?

The Paper Boat is Book 3 in the Thirteen Series.
Look for...
The Glass Castle - Book 1
The Ruby Moon - Book 2

Author Bio

Trisha White Priebe is a wife, mom, writer, and shameless water polo enthusiast. She serves as an assistant to Jerry B. Jenkins, speaks at retreats, and enjoys assisting her husband in youth ministry. She wrote Trust, Hope, Pray: Encouragement for the Task of Waiting and A Sherlock Holmes Devotional: Uncovering the Mysteries of God.   

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Intrigue, adventure, and mystery will keep readers royally entertained in this finale to a great series.

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    Middlegrade Fantasy
    July 20, 2017
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    Avery and her friends, now hidden in the secret tunnels under the castle, continue to uncover secrets and thwart plots, some of which they started. And the question always comes back to this: Who is the king's heir? They discovered the king's son, but the portrait of the queen after her birth showed twins. Is it possible there is a daughter ... Avery? Kate?

    The Paper Boat is the intriguing conclusion to the Thirteen Series. It is first and foremost a mystery. It is short and easy to read, fitting the middlegrade age group. As in the previous books, the story moves quickly from one situation to the next, the characters barely blinking in adjustment. The quickness wasn't something I liked, but it worked well for the story.

    The question is asked: Is it actually good to be a princess? There are constant plots to dethrone and kill the king, queen, and the royal children. Who wants to live that way, always looking over one's back and not trusting anyone? Sure, the luxury is great, but there is a lot of responsibility accompanying it. Some of the responsibility can be used to help others, a possible redeeming factor. But if given a choice to be a princess or an ordinary girl in a loving family, what is the best decision?

    The story also explores what it means to be family. What if your parents aren't actually your birth parents? Can a group of friends be family too? These and other questions are touched on through the experiences and actions of the characters.

    I enjoyed this book and recommend it as an appropriate, Christian, middlegrade fantasy.

    I received a complementary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.
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