Andrew PetersonWaterBrook Press / 2020 / HardcoverOur Price$8.995 out of 5 stars for The Warden and the Wolf King, #4. View reviews of this product. 8 Reviews
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KJB15 Stars Out Of 5Spoilers included belowOctober 2, 2020KJB1Quality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5** spoiler alert ** I was able to join the launch team for Andrew Peterson's Wingfeather Saga - Book 4 - The Warden and the Wolf King.
Long review made short - If you are looking a a book series to hold your attention and full of adventure, read the Wingfeather Saga!
Okay, now to the review.
What a ride book 4 was. Quite a bit longer than the other books, almost 200 pages longer. In book 4, it is obvious that the enemies and heroes will clash, with good and evil facing off.
What I didn't expect was all of the twists and turns along the way. As the book series focuses on Janner, and watching his growth in book 1-3, his growth seems to slow, or maybe even go backwards in book 4, before he becomes the hero of all.
Kalmar grew into his role as King in very impressive ways.
Leeli perhaps grew the most in Book 4. She showed her bravery and courage in the face of overwhelming circumstances.
I will admit that I shed tears through book 4 and found that although I may not have at first agreed with the turn of events, after the fact, I appreciated why Andrew Peterson wrote what he did, and it makes me love the series all the more.
If I had to describe The Warden and the Wolf King in one word, I would choose redemption. Redemption is everywhere, especially in unexpected situations.
I appreciate one particular quote which discusses the thought that light conquers the dark. So true that is. Whether physical or spiritual, light conquers the dark. Redemption is at hand.
Is the series dark at times? Perhaps, but so is our world. Could Andrew Peterson made the series all sunshine and rainbows, free of problems? Yes, but then what role would redemption play in the story? And redemption brings hope to the world.
I for one, appreciate this series, as it reminds us that there is hope to be found. Redemption awaits.
yes5 Stars Out Of 5the throne warden and the wolf kingJune 15, 2020yesbest book ive ever read
Allie5 Stars Out Of 5This Throne Warden's ReviewApril 29, 2020AllieQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5The thing I love most about Andrew Peterson's Wingfeather Saga, is that there are characters relatable to each member of my family.
As an older sister, and a lover of reading books aloud to my parents and siblings, I have always loved the fact that we could all see ourselves in the story and how we see eachother too.
I see myself in the Throne Warden, and it makes me squirm at times, and ache at times, and feel so much love and pride for my place in my family. If this story is anything: it's about how we all belong to each other.
And that's a story all families should read.
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