Captive of Raven Castle

  • Title: Captive of Raven Castle
  • Author: Jessica Greyson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Captive of Raven Castle The troubled people of war torn Chambria are on the brink of starvation and a delicate princess with a recurring nightmare is their only hope Alexandra knows that her value to her country consists ma
    The troubled people of war torn Chambria are on the brink of starvation, and a delicate princess with a recurring nightmare is their only hope Alexandra knows that her value to her country consists mainly in her ability to marry well, but when she is kidnapped by the rebels and taken to meet the man claiming to be both Chambria s true king and her real father, her entireThe troubled people of war torn Chambria are on the brink of starvation, and a delicate princess with a recurring nightmare is their only hope Alexandra knows that her value to her country consists mainly in her ability to marry well, but when she is kidnapped by the rebels and taken to meet the man claiming to be both Chambria s true king and her real father, her entire world falls apart Will Princess Alexandra be able to untangle the web of lies and discern who is the true king and her father

    • Captive of Raven Castle ¦ Jessica Greyson
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      Published :2019-02-12T09:40:37+00:00

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    1. kiribeth/2014/01/I love fantasy stories, so ever since I heard the Jessica was working on this story, I was eager to read it. I liked this one better than her previous book (Annabeth's War), because the characters had more depth to them. You really get to know the main characters, and their voices stay with you after you finish the book. Alexandra I was almost predisposed to be annoyed with because she seemed like she was going to be a scared damsel and idiot from the first chapter, but that goe [...]

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    2. The beginning had me starting out thinking I would not like this book. Typos, inconsistency and odd wording were distracting, and the heroine was supposed to be sixteen but felt more like eight and was a timid, self-centered, emotional sort that I don't get on with. However, once the story got going, I was pleasantly surprised to find that those were, mostly, my only complaints. The characters came to life and were enjoyable to read about; the heroine grew on me (eventually Though she still seem [...]

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    3. Captive of Raven Castle is Jessica Greyson’s second novel. After reading her first, Annabeth’s War (and loving it!), I was really excited to read this one. Alexandra is going to be the next queen. But she is sickly, weak, never questioning… and believes she will live perhaps long enough to bear an heir for the throne. Then one fateful day, her carefully-laid-out life changes forever when she is snatched by one of the rebels from Raven Castle. There at the notorious fortress, Alexandra is p [...]

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    4. Wow is the only word to describe Jessica Greyson's newest book. I read it all in one day because it was so awesome. The one thing that stuck me in this book as better then Annabeth's War was how much depth she gave the characters. I really got to know these characters hearts, how they reacted in any circumstance and also a bit more about their physical appearance which helped me imagine them so much better. I only have two complaints, one the first 100 pages were infuriating because of all the c [...]

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    5. Age Appropriate For: 13 and up for very mild romance and mild violenceBest for Ages: 13 to 25Even though I knew that none of Greyson’s books could ever come close to AnnaBeth’s War, I have been looking forward to Captive of Raven Castle. From page one I was sucked into the story and I found myself loving this book even more than AnnaBeth’s War. How is that even possible?Alexandra tugged at my heart, as everything that she has ever known is challenged after she is kidnapped. Everything from [...]

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    6. I enjoyed Jessica Greyson's other novel, Annabeth's War, and was eager to dive into this book. It was even better than Annabeth's War and kept me hooked from the beginning. This book had some good characters and great struggles and battles to overcome. I really enjoyed it and recommend it to anyone who likes fantasy and stories of faith and forgiveness. Looking forward to reading any other books by Ms. Greyson!

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    7. "Sorry about this. I am afraid she hit her head pretty hard. It will pass, though." Then he uttered under his breath, "I hope."That, right up there? Yep, it's my favourite quote. Why? Because it sums up most of the time spent at Raven Castle (that is, if you define 'hitting her head' as an amnesia which lasted thirteen years).It took awhile before I was able to properly get into this book. In fact, the moment that the Princess steps forward in the council, the adventure - for me at least - truly [...]

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    8. My review howeverimporbable

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    9. About the Book:The troubled people of war-torn Chambria are on the brink of starvation, and a delicate princess with a recurring nightmare is their only hope. Alexandra knows that her value to her country consists mainly in her ability to marry well, but when she is kidnapped by the rebels and taken to meet the man claiming to be both Chambria’s true king and her real father, her entire world falls apart. Will Princess Alexandra be able to untangle the web of lies and discern who is the true k [...]

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    10. I really enjoyed the story. It started a little too fast for my taste. I didn't feel like I had enough time to know the character before the trials came. But that was quickly remedied as the story went on, and I enjoyed the character development of Alexandra.I love fantasy stories that don't have magic and strange creatures, their just set in a made up world and this story fits that well.

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    11. This was as good as Annabeth's War. Different enough, but with the same writing style and some similar circumstances. I think Alexandra's reaction to being told that every thing she believed was false was very realistic.

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    12. About the book:The troubled people of war-torn Chambria are on the brink of starvation, and a delicate princess with a recurring nightmare is their only hope. Alexandra knows that her value to her country consists mainly in her ability to marry well, but when she is kidnapped by the rebels and taken to meet the man claiming to be both Chambria’s true king and her real father, her entire world falls apart. Will Princess Alexandra be able to untangle the web of lies and discern who is the true k [...]

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    13. Jessica Greyson has done it again. Set in the same fictional world as her earlier book, Annabeth's War, she has once more managed to write a heroine who beautifully showcases feminine strength. This time, however, you might not recognize it immediately, and the story of the Princess Alexandra is a far different one from that of the Belterran sword master's daughter. The way Alexandra grows and changes throughout the book is delightful to see, and Taleon, as one of those demanding her growth, is [...]

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    14. I enjoyed this book! At the beginning I was a bit annoyed with the main character (she acted a little younger than we were told she was), and I wasn't loving the situation, but after the first several chapters I was hooked. I loved the relationships Alexandra built, especially with the young mother and her baby. Taleon was an intriguing guy, as was Aric, and I soon grew to be fond of them both. As for plot, once it got over its initial lumps, I found myself enjoying it. The plot twist at the end [...]

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    15. What a journey this book has brought me on. So much happened in such a short time. I laughed, I cried, and I occasionally cringed. The dialogue between characters was amazing as well. Despite the occasional grammar mistake and typo, this book was wonderful and so fun to read. I can't wait to read another one of Jessica Greyson's books.

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    16. I liked this story. There were some unexpected surprises, and I liked seeing the characters change and grow. Content: Clean

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