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The Warden War (Warden’s World #2)

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The Warden War continues the quest begun by Prince Donald in The Warden Threat. His father, the king of Westgrove, has been told that the neighboring kingdom of Gotrox has discovered a magical means to animate a mysterious and gigantic ancient stone warrior, the Warden of Mystic Defiance, which it plans to use it to spearhead an invasion of his kingdom. Donald is convinced ...more
ebook, 346 pages
Published January 30th 2013 by Fuzzy Android (first published September 12th 2011)
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Thomas P. Harkenrider

O have read the first book of this trilogy and promptly acquired and then read both of the following two books. VERY GOOD! A MOST ENJOYABLE SERIES! I did wonder if there might be a follow-up?
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M.T. McGuire
Jun 10, 2013 rated it it was amazing
This is the second book in the duo 'Defying Fate'. I enjoyed it a lot and more than the first one. I can't really put my finger on why. It may be that I had grown used to the characters having spent the first book with them. However, I think a big part of it was that, what starts off looking like a fairly standard humorous fantasy plot, in a standard medieval fantasy setting, goes completely left field in this second book. Sure there are signs in the first one but you don't get the full force of ...more
Apr 26, 2012 rated it really liked it
I enjoyed this sequel to The Warden Threat, which I highly recommend. If you haven't read it, I would start there. This story continues where The Warden Threat left off, with Donald trying to avert a war. All of our favorite characters are back, as well as a new addition. Moe is fantastic, although Nash is the only one who really knows how funny he is.

This book had a bit more of a sci-fi feel, as well as more emphasis on politics. To me it also seemed a bit slower paced and somewhat more seriou
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D.L. Morrese was an uninspired student in high school, but went on to college because he figured a degree might help him get a job indoors with no heavy lifting. He rather enjoyed college and did fairly well, despite working full time as a short-order cook. He eventually earned degrees in philosophy and government and went on to grad school where he studied behavioral science. Then, somewhat to hi ...more
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