The Queen's Poisoner

The Queen's Poisoner

by Jeff Wheeler

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ISBN-13: 9781503953307
Publisher: Amazon Publishing
Publication date: 04/01/2016
Series: Kingfountain Series , #1
Pages: 318
Sales rank: 168,824
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Jeff Wheeler took an early retirement from his career at Intel in 2014 to become a full-time author. He is, most importantly, a husband and father, and a devout member of his church. He is occasionally spotted roaming among the oak trees and granite boulders in the hills of California or in any number of the state’s majestic redwood groves. He is the author of The Covenant of Muirwood Trilogy, The Legends of Muirwood Trilogy, the Whispers from Mirrowen Trilogy, and the Landmoor Series.

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The Queen's Poisoner 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent start to a very immersive trilogy. The protagonist is young but the story, plot, characters were extremely vivid and "alive". After the first 50-60 pages, you become absorbed and the youthfulness of Owen doesn't really matter any more. One of the best fantasy series I've read and I read a great deal. This is like a YA version of Games of Thrones. The first book also ends so you don't have to continue to book 2 and 3 if you don't want to.
KittyTheVicariousBookworm More than 1 year ago
Most of the book is written from the point-of-view of 8 year old Owen, who is the youngest son of the Duke of Kiskaddon. While initially I wasn’t sure how having the point-of-view character being so young might affect the story, Wheeler used it to create a unique and interesting world. I found that I could not put it down. When reading The Queen’s Poisoner, it is obvious a great deal of talent went into its creation. Intricacies are well described and give the reader a good grasp of the world we are entering through the words. For this review and more, visit my blog at vicariousbookworm.wordpress.com