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Alex is an apprentice librarian in a kingdom that keeps all the books locked up but doesn"t know if it"s to keep the books safe from readers or... to keep readers safe from the books! When the royal librarian suspiciously dies, Alex impersonates the old man so the young queen won"t know who he really is. She gives the scruffy, obnoxious boy enough time to prove himself-- and enough time for them to learn that the books are more than just powerful, they"re alive! Some of the books possess an ancient magic that keeps trying to kill him. They must figure out who, or what, is controlling the books and their power... for the fate of the kingdom rests in their hands.
|Other titles||Lost books :|
|Series||The lost books|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.P93646 Ste 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||296|
|LC Control Number||2017954075|
Amid alarums and excursions Alex learns that all books and their contents can be commanded by certain Lost Books particularly a Scroll of Kings that, it turns out, Kenneret's scheming uncle is searching for as a means of usurping the throne. Along with slipping in many library jokes, Prineas makes sparks fly as Alex and Kenneret, both of whom Pages: The Lost Books: The Scroll of Kings. We'd love you to buy this book, and hope you find this page convenient in locating a place of purchase. SELECT A BOOKSELLER - DIRECT LINK TO BUY. OTHER BOOKSELLERS. The broadest selection of online bookstores. The links will take you to the Website's homepage. From there you can navigate to the title you are. The Lost Books: The Scroll of Kings book. “A page-turner of a fantasy with elements of humor as well as intrigue, swordplay, and librarian-versus-hostile-book combat.” —Booklist From Sarah Prineas, author of the acclaimed Magic Thief series, comes a stunning new tween fantasy where books literally come to life! The powerful Lost Books at the palace library are infecting the rest with an. Amid alarums and excursions Alex learns that all books and their contents can be commanded by certain Lost Books particularly a Scroll of Kings that, it turns out, Kenneret’s scheming uncle is searching for as a means of usurping the throne. Along with slipping in many library jokes, Prineas makes sparks fly as Alex and Kenneret, both of.
Scroll of Kings book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Details the way Creation's great nations conduct wars. Features a myriad o /5. The Lost Books: The Scroll of Kings. by Sarah Prineas. Librarian Farnsworth had ordered him to compare two alphabetized book lists. Alex had his elbows on the table and his hands gripping his hair housed in the Winter Palace, is extensive, consisting of many rooms and innumerable books, texts, codices, scrolls, maps, diaries, tomes, and. An entertaining middle grades fantasy in which the books are alive, the librarian is a snarky but smart kid, and the queen isn’t sure what she thinks. The Lost Books (The Scroll of Kings) by Sarah Prineas. HarperCollins, pages. Reading Level: Middle grades, ages ; Recommended For: Book lovers and fantasy fans, ages 10 and upWritten: Brief Summary of Book: The Lost Books: The Scroll of Kings by Sarah Prineas Here is a quick description and cover image of book The Lost Books: The Scroll of Kings written by Sarah Prineas which was published in
This Scroll of Kings contains both books called First Kings and Second Kings. It is written in the customary way the ancient Scrolls were written in that both books are on one Scroll and thee is no break in the books indicating where one book ends and the second book begins. Second Kings begins on sheet 8 column 3 near the middle of the page. The Lost Books: The Scroll of Kings Sarah Prineas (Author), Graham Halstead (Narrator), HarperAudio (Publisher) Get Audible Free. Get this audiobook free. $/mo after 30 days. Cancel anytime 1 free audiobook + more. Free with Audible trial. $ Get Audible Free/5(16). About the Book “A page-turner of a fantasy with elements of humor as well as intrigue, swordplay, and librarian-versus-hostile-book combat.” —Booklist “A fast-paced, engaging adventure.” —Publishers Weekly “One for the books.” —Kirkus Reviews From Sarah Prineas, author of the acclaimed Magic Thief series, comes a stunning new tween fantasy where books literally come to life! This book does the following: * Details the way Creation’s great nations conduct wars * Features many new rules for use in mass combat * Provides an array of siege weaponry, naval craft and engines of war for use in any Exalted series Scroll of Kings is a supplement for Exalted Second Edition/5(4).