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The Hidden Queen

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 9, 2012

    Really excellent pair of books

    First read these years ago and have re-read them several times. Love them everytime. Basic story is princess has to die for brother to inherit, brother thinks princess dies but is really hidden away, princess comes back after lots of trials amd lessons learned, princess kicks butt. Of course, lots of lovely detail and character development in between. Good enough to re-buy on nook since paperbacks are so dog eared.

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  • Posted March 30, 2012

    Great Read!

    This is a good book that introduces a young princess of 9 years old being crowned and sent into hiding so her older illegitimate half brother wont kill her before he takes the crown he has always coveted. Just as she thinks things are settling life throws obstacles in her way and she is sent on the run again and again. This is the first book of Two, so you wont reach the end but it is a very intriguing story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2006

    The Hidden Queen

    I came upon this book while scanning the collection of my city's local Barnes & Noble store. As I was perusing, my eyes held on to title 'The Hidden Queen'. 'This seems interesting,' I say. Once I read the synopsis, I was hooked. I bought the book and read it non-stop the whole day. The Prologue just captured me and sent on such a rapturious rollercoaster ride. Whatever Anghara felt, I felt. Whatever Anghara saw, I saw. You know how it goes. Anyways... I think it is my duty to report how 'spell-binding' this book is. I can't wait to read 'Changer of Days'!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 25, 2006

    Enthralling...utterly fantastic

    I read this book after reading ¿The secrets of the Jin-shei¿ and once again was completely enthralled. I loved the story from beginning to end and recommend this to any age group. This book is an excellent read for any age group, open the book and step into a world so rich in texture and life that you can taste and feel each character. My only wish, that this autor create more works such as these for us to read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 20, 2005

    It Was Great!

    I really liked this book. The prologue, which you really do have to read, was slow and hard to understand at first. The actual story was a much better pace and very easy to understand. It was really great. The end definitly leaves you wanting more.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    An action-packed fantasy that is rich in characterization

    At the Battle near the Ronval River, the king of Roisinan, Red Dynan is killed and the general leading the troops is injured and near death. Command falls to Fodrun who feels unequal to being a leader for men to follow so he tells Sif, Dynan¿s baseborn son that if he will take command, he will help him in his quest to gain the crown from the rightful heir, nine year old Anghara. After a ceremony proclaiming her queen, Anghara leaves the castle with the Royal Seal and a document proclaiming her queen by the council................... The capital city falls to Sif and he becomes king declaring Anghara dead with her mother during the battle to take the castle. Anghara is sent to her mother¿s kin where she is taught to use her sight (psionic powers) but an incident forces her to flee to Castle Bressne, a traing school for the sighted. A betrayal alerts Sif to where Anghara is hiding and he destroys the school but not before his half-sister escapes. Sif initiates a pogrom against all the Sighted while Anghara flees from her homeland to the desert kingdom of Kheldrum. There she hopes to learn enough to take back the crown.............. Fans of Jennifer Fallon, Sara Douglass and Elizabeth Hayden will find THE HIDDEN QUEEN an extraordinary fantasy. During the course of the tale, the audience sees Anghara grow from a royal child to a mature woman ready to battle her half-brother who is wantonly hurting innocent men, women and children killed just because they are sighted. This is an action-packed novel that is rich in characterization and death-defying adventures.................... Harriet Klausner

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