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The Seventh Daughter (2008)

by Frewin Jones

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Innuendo: Just a few kisses. Nothing problematic at all

Violence: Nothing

Swearing: Nope

Drinking, Drugs, or Smoking: Again, No

Age Appropriate: 12 and up

Similar/Better books: Ella Enchanted, The Two Princesses of Bamarre, ( )
  I_recommend | Oct 20, 2009 |
Reviewed by The Compulsive Reader for TeensReadToo.com

Once again, Frewin Jones takes you on a mystical, suspenseful ride into the land of Faerie in her third book of THE FAERIE PATH series.

Returning to Faerie with her sisters and long-lost mother, Tania is shocked to find that the Sorcerer King has caused her beloved home to become a rotting and dead mess. The princesses realize that the only way they can beat him is to free their father, Oberon, from the Amber Prison.

And so they embark on their perilous journey, where they will find danger, friendship, adventure, hope, and love.

A stunning third book that delivers a thrilling adventure that all will fall in love with, THE SORCERER KING is slightly more serious than its predecessors, but holds all of the same charm and spirit. ( )
  GeniusJen | Oct 13, 2009 |
Finally finding her mother, the Queen, in the mortal world (The Lost Queen, book 2 of The Faerie Path), Princess Tania, her sisters and boyfriend Edric returned to the Faerie Realm to discover that their father, King Oberon had been taken prisoner. Locked away in an amber sphere wrapped with isenmort (metal bands) and then exiled to Ynis Maw (a tiny, inhospitable, prison island) King Oberon was waiting - for his daughters and the fate of the entire Faerie Realm. Witnessing the destruction that the Sorcerer King had brought to the Palace and the surrounding areas, the sisters knew the only hope was for them to find, rescue their father and reunite the King of the Sun with the Queen of the Moon (their mother). The journey was long with many unforeseen obstacles to overcome and many fears to be face for each them.

Book 3 ….. Action packed in a fast a furious search for Oberon. From one end of the Faerie Realm to the other, the descriptions of the different areas and weather patterns was wonderful. I enjoyed the way it picked up within seconds of where the last book (The Lost Queen) left off. There is a lot more interaction with each of the sisters and we get to know each of them so much better. Edric’s role in this book is less ‘wonderful’, he is just a dutiful boyfriend, always in the shadow of Tania. (Without giving too much away), the ending felt like a nice closure to the story, but I know there is another (The Immortal Realm), so I am interested to see were Frewin Jones takes Tania, if Edric plays a bigger part and which of the sisters finds happiness next. ( )
  onyx95 | Jul 10, 2009 |
Rescuing the Queen was easy, now Tania has to save the entire faerie realm. Now they must rescue King Oberon if there is to be any hope of winning the war. He is bound in an amber prison surrounded by bars of Isenmort, which will make his release very difficult, if only they knew where to find him. Tania, Edric and Tania’s two sister Cordelia and Zara set off on a quest to Ynis Maw, the end of the faerie world. They hope to find King Oberon, release him from his prison and join his power with Queen Titania’s to over throw the Sorcerer King. The journey is far and there are many obstacles to face. Will they rescue King Oberon in time and lead them into victory?The Sorcerer King was my favorite book of The Faerie Path series. The characters were finally well defined, maybe it helped that I had gotten to know them in the three books. Even though the book is predicable at times, I still enjoyed the adventures to Ynis Maw and the new characters that were introduced. I loved the exploration into the faerie realm, as well as the never-ending supply of action and adventure around every turn. If you are a fan of the first two books, you will not be disappointed with the third. ( )
  the_story_siren | Jul 2, 2009 |
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Tania stared through the arched stone window at the vast blue skies of Faerie. She could hardly believe that her sisters; her mother, Titania; and her beloved Edric were alive, and that they had all managed to get back into the Immortal Realm.
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The Seventh Daughter (book 3 of the Faerie Path) was previously published as The Sorcerer King (book 3 of the Faerie Path).
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0060871083, Hardcover)

Tania has brought the long-lost Queen Titania back to Faerie from the Mortal World of modern London. But when they cross between the worlds, they find only devastation.

The Sorcerer King of Lyonesse—ancient enemy of the Faerie Court—has been released from his amber prison. As the wicked sorcerer regains his power, King Oberon, Tania's father, is imprisoned and the Faerie Court is being destroyed.

Tania and her true love, Edric, must travel the Realm to try to find and rescue King Oberon, who is their only hope for defeating the evil Sorcerer King. And Tania must prepare for battle . . . and to fight a war that she may not survive.

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Sixteen-year-old Tania returns to the realm of Faerie with her mother, Queen Titania, only to find that it has been overtaken by the Sorcerer King of Lyonesse, an ancient enemy of the Faerie Court.

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