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Sleeping Kings (Dark Force)

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Fans of Anthony Horowitz’s Alex Rider series, or Charlie Higson’s Young Bond books will find themselves on the edge of their seats with this YA action adventure set in the French Pyrenees.

Nik was a normal teen computer geek until her parents split up and her father dragged her off to France.

The move cost her everything; friends, family, even her obsession; an online compu
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Published April 12th 2011 by John Prentice, via Smashwords
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Jun 24, 2011 RoloPoloBookBlog rated it really liked it
Shelves: young-adult
John Prentice’s Sleeping Kings is a young adult novel that revolves around the lives of Nicola, her geologist father, and super-nerdy neighbor, Daan. After her mother and father divorce, Nicola’s father moves the two of them to a small town in France where Nicola is forced to give up her one true love, on-line gaming. While Nicola is sure life as she knows it is over, she is about to find out that her life has only truly just begun.
Prentice moves quickly into the plot where, on a field trip wit
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Kirsty
Jan 08, 2012 Kirsty rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Sleeping Kings was a pleasant surprise for me. When I received the email pitch from the author, I wasn't sure if it would be for me, but I decided to give it a go and I'm glad I did as I thoroughly enjoyed it. It's a fantasy, adventure thriller aimed at a YA audience but I believe it can be enjoyed by anyone. It follows Nik, a teenage tomboy who ends up moving to the French Pyranees with her father when her mother decides to emigrate to America with her new boyfriend, whom Nik cannot stand. ...more
Kimberly
Jun 07, 2011 Kimberly rated it really liked it
SLEEPING KINGS: Dark Force Book 1 is a fun and adventurous novel about a tomboy named Nik. She feels abandoned by her mother, who runs off to American to be with another man, so she stays with her father. She’s pretty timid, that is until she meets King Pedro II of Aragon and is introduced to the “Power” and her entire life changes.
I thought that this story was extremely entertaining. It’s a fun adventure story, with quite a bit of magic involved. I would definitely say it’s for teenagers, and i
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Sheri
Jan 27, 2013 Sheri rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Sleeping Kings (Dark Force-Book One) John Prentice

Nicola "Nik" Roscoe is a geeky teen who was uprooted when her parents were divorced. She Stayed with her father who takes her to France, while her mother and brother go to America. She is a bit of a tomboy and socially awkward but tries to adapt to life in France.


She meets another foreign Student from Holland named Daan. They soon become close friends , although she thinks of him as her "dream guy". One day she falls down a hole and enters a diff
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At 8 years old I wasn’t much of a reader, in fact for me my bike was my world. If it didn’t have wheels and a chain I wasn’t much interested. This was back in the early 1970’s when television had yet to take a hold on the UK. Then one Saturday I visited a friend's house and they were just settling down to listen to the radio, it was not something that I was accustomed to, but they invited me to ...more
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