Prince of Malorn by Annie Douglass Lima

Young Llama Thoughts
  • Adventurous
  • Christian Friendly
  • Easy Reading
  • Humerous
  • Youth Appropriate
Overall
4.3 Llamas

Review

Ok, I loved Annie Lima’s slave series sooooooooo much, that I went and bought a book from her other series, Annals of Alasia!!! (It’s a series about these two kingdoms in the middle of a war. There are 5 books, but you can read them in ANY ORDER!!!! How cool is that!?!?!)

This is the 3rd book, and it is about a prince who is trying to win back his kingdom, but the evil Regent Rampus is plotting to kill him. So, he decides he will recruit an army from the Mountain Folk, who are peope who live in the mountain and want nothing to do with the “Lowlanders”.

The book is amazing! And I thoroughly enjoyed it. It is a very clean book for both girls and boys, but a lot of people die….cause it is a battle ya’ know… (I say this book is 9 and up, but younger kids could read it if there parents say it’s ok…. I really don’t know…)

Over all, LOVED IT!!!! And I highly suggest it to ALL! If you love medieval-timelines, awesome battles, and daring adventures this is the book for you. -The Young Llama Reader.

Pros

  • AWESOME PLOT LINE AND STORY!!!!!
  • A very good book for kids 9 and up!
  • Adventure and battle!!!!
  • A great book for both girls and boys!

Cons

  • There is a war in the book soooo… Violence.

One major obstacle stands between seventeen-year-old Prince Korram and the throne that is his birthright: Regent Rampus. Temporary ruler of Malorn, Rampus has no intention of giving up his position when the crown prince comes of age – or of allowing the prince to live long enough to reach that age.

Desperate to build an army of his own to stand against the regent, Korram treks into the Impassable Mountains to try to recruit the one segment of Malornian society not under Rampus’s control. But can he lead a band of untrained hunters and gatherers to victory against the full might of the Malornian military? Or will they all be crushed by the grasping hand of the regent before the prince can claim his rightful throne?

Prince of Malorn is the third book in the Annals of Alasia, but the first four in the series can be read in any order, and each book can stand on its own.

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