The Secret of the Swamp King

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As book two opens, Aidan is living in the court of King Darrow. He has become best friends with Darrow's son Steren, and he enjoys great favor among the courtiers. But King Darrow's suspicion is growing and his insecurity causes him to hate the young man who saved his kingdom. Concerned about his king's spiral into ever-darker moods, Aidan asks what he can do to help. Darrow sends him on an imposible adventure to the recesses of Feechiefen Swamp, thinking he is sending Aidan to his death. Afterall, no Corenwalder...

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Overview

As book two opens, Aidan is living in the court of King Darrow. He has become best friends with Darrow's son Steren, and he enjoys great favor among the courtiers. But King Darrow's suspicion is growing and his insecurity causes him to hate the young man who saved his kingdom. Concerned about his king's spiral into ever-darker moods, Aidan asks what he can do to help. Darrow sends him on an imposible adventure to the recesses of Feechiefen Swamp, thinking he is sending Aidan to his death. Afterall, no Corenwalder has ever returned from Feechiefen alive. But Aidan's fate is not sealed yet for Aidan has allies among the feechiefolk who know him as the hero Pantherbane.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780988963238
  • Publisher: Rabbit Room Press
  • Publication date: 4/28/2014
  • Pages: 219
  • Sales rank: 598,589
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Jonathan Rogers holds a Ph.D. in seventeenth-century British literature from Vanderbilt University where he also taught English for five years. He lives with his wife and their six children in Nashville, Tennessee.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 4, 2008

    Another great book in the series?

    Yes this was another great book in the Wilderking Trilogy. Anyone who likes fantasy should read it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2006

    Great fantasy for young people

    This is Book 2 of The Wilderking Trilogy. We enjoyed Book 1, The Bark of the Bog Owl, and this one is just as good. It ends on a somewhat sad, though not entirely hopeless, note and sets the stage for the climax of Book 3, for which we are eagerly waiting.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2005

    SO,YOU THOUGHT YOU HAVE READ IT ALL?

    A REALLY WELL THOUGHT OUT FANTASY WITH TIES TO SOME POWERFUL BIBLICAL STORYS.THE AUTHOR REALLY PUTS YOU IN THE STORY.YOU CAN'FEEL THE FLIES BITING YOU,AND THE COLD WATER OF THE RIVER TAM'.I READ BOTH BOOKS IN APPROX 10 HOURS.I COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN AND AM AWAITNG THE THIRD BOOK(WHAT A DRAG,IT WILL PROBABLY NOT BE OUT FOR A YEAR.)

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