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Queen Ferris (Stoneways Trilogy #2)

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Reiffen, true heir to the kingdoms of Banking and Wayland, had lived his entire life quietly with his mother and best friends, Ferris and Avender. His days were filled with sailing, fishing with the talking seals, and trying to swipe as many extra maple candies as he could.

All that changed when the threeWizards snatched Reiffen away to their fortress in the north. There th
Hardcover, 496 pages
Published October 30th 2007 by Tor Books
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Joshua Palmatier
Jan 01, 2009 Joshua Palmatier rated it it was amazing
Queen Ferris is the second book in friend and fellow author S.C. Butler's "The Stoneways Trilogy". In the first book, Reiffen's Choice, Reiffen is stolen by the Wizards in a plot to teach him magic and make him their puppet, since he is one of the (contested) heirs to the throne. Reiffen's two friends, Avender and Ferris, head off to rescue him . . . and succeed. But they weren't counting on Reiffen's choice.

Queen Ferris picks up almost immediately after the end of Reiffen's Choice. It's the sto
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Sep 07, 2012 Catherine Fitzsimmons rated it really liked it
I read the first book of the Stoneways Trilogy through an ebook promotion a few years ago and really enjoyed it, and when I finally decided to add books not currently in my possession to my book rotation, I decided to start with this sequel. It picks up immediately where Reiffen's Choice left off, which is about all I can say without giving away anything of the first book.

I found Reiffen's Choice to be an engaging, classic adventure fantasy, and this second book continued in that tradition. It w
Apr 12, 2011 Cynthia rated it it was ok
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A good second book, that follows closely to the previous. I like the fact that each book takes a different person's perspective without losing the tone of the story. By shifting the focus the author makes the second book stand on its own in many ways and I like that it has a conclusion of its own. I will say about this book what I said about the first, however. I cannot recommend that you buy the series due to the poor final effort.
Jan 14, 2010 Brian rated it really liked it
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A very good follow-up book. It kept you guessing for quite a good time of the book and made very believable characters. Good read!
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S. C. Butler was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in the middle of the last century, which really isn’t so very long ago. He currently resides in Brooklyn, New York, with no dogs, no cats, and certainly no shape-shifting bears.
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Other Books in the Series

Stoneways Trilogy (3 books)
  • Reiffen's Choice (Stoneways Trilogy, #1)
  • The Magicians' Daughter

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