For The Throne - The Wilderwood Books (Paperback)Hannah Whitten (author)
Forced to partner with the rogue king Solmir in a dangerous quest across the Shadowlands, Neve determines to claim the gods' dark powers for herself in the heart-pounding follow-up to For the Wolf.
The first daughter is for the throne. The second daughter is for the wolf.
Hannah Whitten's debut For the Wolf was an instant New York Times bestseller and word-of-mouth phenomenon. Now, the eagerly awaited sequel, For the Throne, concludes her brilliant dark tale of love, magic and the secrets written in the stars.
Red and the Wolf have finally contained the threat of the Five Kings, but at a steep cost. Red's beloved sister - Neve, the First Daughter - is lost in the Shadowlands. But Neve has an ally, even if it's one she'd rather never speak to again - the rogue king Solmir. Together they must journey across a dangerous landscape to find the mysterious Heart Tree - and finally claim the gods' dark, twisted powers for themselves.
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Number of pages: 496
Weight: 340 g
Dimensions: 196 x 126 x 40 mm
'I loved it! I was completely swept away by the world-building, the characters, and the delicate gorgeousness of the writing! A brilliant dark fantasy debut' - Jodi Picoult
'Dazzling... this is sure to enchant' - Publishers Weekly
'An unputdownable fairy tale that traces the boundaries of duty, love, and loss. A masterful debut from a must-read new voice in fantasy' - Kirkus
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Oh how I wish I loved this as much as For the Wolf! It's not bad or anything, it just didn't live up to the first book.
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A worthy sequel to For the Wolf. Though I think in the end I still loved For the Wolf more, this was a great novel. I loved getting to see the Shadowlands and seeing Neve more; because let's face it, I... More
“dark and utterly addictive!”
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