The Warden and the Wolf King

The Warden and the Wolf King

by Andrew Peterson


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780986381836
Publisher: Rabbit Room Press
Publication date: 12/28/2015
Sales rank: 96,013
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.50(d)
Lexile: 860L (what's this?)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

About the Author

Hey, folks. If you're just discovering me or any of my work, it can be a little confusing because there are several facets to it. Here's the rundown:* I write songs. I also record them to these cool things called CDs and put on concerts around the country. (And beyond! To my great delight, I get to play in Europe every year or so.)* I write books. I've just completed a four-book fantasy series for young readers called the Wingfeather Saga. I also drew some of the pictures (but not the awesome ones). (* I'm the proprietor of the Rabbit Room, a community of songwriters, authors, and artists interested in storytelling, faith, and fellowship. We have a yearly conference called Hutchmoot, which is as strange and wonderful as it sounds. (* I've been married for nineteen years to Jamie, and we have three sweet children: Aedan (16), Asher (14), and Skye (12). We live in a magical place we call the Warren, just south of Nashville.The common thread in all this is my love for Christ and his Kingdom, my belief in the power of story and art, and my need for family and community. If I had to boil it all down, I'd say this: I want to use my gifts to tell the truth, and to tell it as beautifully as I can.That ought to get you started. For a more in-depth look at what I do, visit Thanks!

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Jason_Joyner More than 1 year ago
The Warden And The Wolf King is the final book in Andrew Peterson's Wingfeather Saga. After the events of The Monster In The Hollows, Janner, Kalmar, and Leeli along with their mother Nia and grandfather Podo (the ex-pirate with a wooden leg) are ready to lead the Green Hollows in battle against the fearsome Fangs of Dang (both the Green and Gray varieties). The plan was sound, except that the Fangs invaded first. Now Janner's family has been separated. Leeli does battle as the Song Maiden in Ban Rona. Janner is lost in the wilderness. And Kalmar rushes toward Throg, the headquarters of the nameless evil called Gnag the Nameless. To say anymore would be courting serious spoilers, as well as the fury of Mr. Reteep, the Chief Librarian of Ban Rona. He might quote troll poetry at me if I continue. As for my review: Andrew Peterson is a songwriter and musician by trade. All through the series, this has been evident in the way he tells stories with lyrical prose and a dreamer's heart. I've read the other three books to my boys out loud. We've read them since they were 8 and 6. Now they're 14 and 12 and they can't wait until we can finish the story. (I read it early). I know they'll be delighted. They'll be stunned. They've always lived for each chapter's cliffhanger, dying when I wouldn't read them anymore for the night. This is different. The series is over. The bittersweet conclusion continues with a fast pace and continues to deepen characters we know and love from the first three books. One constant trait for all of the heroic characters in the book is nobility. Even though all of the heroes show their flaws, they all have a central nobility which speaks about them having a deeper purpose in the midst of their failings. The action is swifter in this book, and some of the details of world-building that were so delightful in the first books are necessarily sacrificed to move the story along to the conclusion. There are still touches (footnotes from fictional works in the story world), but the book has a specific target now, and the scene has been set anyway. I've read numerous fantasy and YA books. I enjoy most of what I read. The Wingfeather Saga holds a special place in my heart. It has enlivened the imagination of my boys. It has a character and artistic quality that speaks of its strong core and nature. I've told the story before of how my boys wrote to Mr. Peterson for a school assignment, and they were so thrilled when they both received hand-written responses from him. That's the type of man that Andrew is, and that wrote these books. He did a Kickstarter campaign to fund the publishing of the final book. His modest goal was topped three times over as fans poured in money to see the book done right. I share those details to give an understanding of the character of Andrew Peterson and the way he's touched fans. So this is a series that I give my highest recommendation. It can inspire boys and girls to be heroic and noble. It speaks of family, love, and doing the right thing even when it hurts. There's adventure, intrigue, and cliffhangers galore. And there are toothy cows. What more can I say? If you haven't purchased the books yet, do yourself a favor
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great story
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An undescribable read! This book will ever be on my favorites list, full of everything I like in a book. Suspense, action, sadness, happiness, mystery, anguish, satisfaction, everything. The entire series was EPIC, But this conclusion is even better. A good read aloud, but I would recommend it to people ages 10+, unless you plan to censor some parts, which is very doable. The end made me cry! I am sad that the series is over, but other people can enjoy this too! I beg you to read these. You will not be disappointed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You dude in the back why did you write a six page thinginabob about the wingfeather saga
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Amazing series, one of my favorates