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The Warden War
     

The Warden War

by D.L. Morrese
 

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The Warden War continues the quest begun by Prince Donald in The Warden Threat. His father, the king of Westgrove, has been told that the neighboring kingdom of Gotrox has discovered a magical means to animate a mysterious and gigantic ancient stone warrior, the Warden of Mystic Defiance, which it plans to use it to spearhead an invasion of his kingdom. Donald is

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The Warden War continues the quest begun by Prince Donald in The Warden Threat. His father, the king of Westgrove, has been told that the neighboring kingdom of Gotrox has discovered a magical means to animate a mysterious and gigantic ancient stone warrior, the Warden of Mystic Defiance, which it plans to use it to spearhead an invasion of his kingdom. Donald is convinced this is a hoax carefully crafted by his father’s chief advisor to bring about a war. Donald is determined to thwart him. It will not be easy. Chief Advisor Horace Barter has resources, connections, influence, and the almost unquestioned trust of the king. Donald, sadly, has none of these. What the young prince does have is a nominal position with the diplomatic team being sent to Gotrox and the companionship of a few rather unique friends including a pair of 15,000 year old androids, one of which is a dog--or a reasonable facsimile thereof.

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http://violantewrites.wordpress.com/2012/08/28/review-of-the-warden-war-by-d-l-morrese/ - Maria Violante
The Warden War, by D.L. Morrese, blends galaxy-style irreverent humor and fantasy with politics, court intrigue and sci-fi mystery. Although the mix, a fantasy sci-fi/humor blend, is occasionally odd, it’s also largely seemless and works well. The characters are fresh and fun, the backstory is revealed at the perfect pace to intrigue readers, and the premise and essential problem–how to prevent a war between two countries–is both entertaining and compelling.
Awesome Indies http://awesomeindies.net/2012/11/02/review-the-warden-war-by-d-l-morrese-sci-fifantasy-parody/ - Tahlia Newland
The first book, The Warden Threat, was a good story, but this is even better. The writing is stronger, the story tighter and its light-hearted approach does not detract from the drama. This is quite simply an excellent story that, although it doesn’t take itself too seriously, makes important observations on the nature of humanity and the dangers of trusting someone with the power to manipulate the information received by those in power.
Goodreads http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/374557865 - Gary Clarke
'The Warden War' sucked me in ... and I really cared about the characters and what happens next. For me, the success of a novel is driven by the story and 'The Warden War' is a great story! I highly recommend this to any reader who enjoys SciFi or Fantasy. I can't wait for his next book.
WiLoveBooks http://wilovebooks.blogspot.com/2012/05/review-warden-war-by-dl-morrese.html - Brinda G.
‘All of our favorite characters are back, as well as a new addition. Moe is fantastic, although Nash is the only one who really knows how funny he is. This book had a bit more of a sci-fi feel...and somewhat more serious than the first. It is fairly tense, because the country is about to go to war. There is still my kind of humor, though not quite as much of it. I do recommend this series if you are looking for something different. A great read.’
http://katepolicanisreviews.wordpress.com/2012/04/04/the-warden-war-by-d-l-morrese/ - Kate Policani
D.L. really makes a world you can believe in with his writing. ...the story is so engaging and plausible that I really felt like it could have happened.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011510281
Publisher:
D.L. Morrese
Publication date:
09/13/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
417 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

DL Morrese manages to make a living despite a degree in philosophy and spends his free time thinking and writing, although not necessarily in that order. He currently hangs out around Orlando, Florida because he got sick of shoveling snow but sort of misses watching it from a safe distance inside, by a fireplace, with a cup of hot chocolate. He has long been a fan of speculative fiction and one day, while not shoveling snow, figured he should try writing some. He’s still trying to decide if this was a good idea.

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