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A Stag in the Shadows

(Kingdom of Durundal #4)

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In the Kingdom of Durundal, hearts will be broken, loved ones lost and thrones burned.

Saskia remembers when the soil of Durundal hummed with peace, and the future of the kingdom brimmed with prosperity.

But everything changed the night her home was attacked.

On the orders of the ruthless King Segan Hezekiah, she finds herself imprisoned in a tower awaiting a fate worse than
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Published August 2019
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Dawn
Jan 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I loved this book. It grabs you into the story so much that you feel the grit on your face, the dirt between you toes, the sunshine on your face.
It makes your heart wrench, your stomach twist and your head thinking about whats next.
It has the emotions of life and yes i cried in a few parts.
I cannot wait for the next book.
This is a great read that has trials, heart, gusto, emotions and a touch of magic. Its fantastic.
Sybrina Durant
Aug 26, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This is the kind of book that lovers of beautiful words and eloquent phrases can easily lose themselves in. The story takes place in a richly detailed mythical land filled with dreadful despots, kindly kings and erratic emperors. It centers around several different families who are tied together by unbearably tragic circumstances.

One of the key players is Saskia, a young girl whose family was abducted and tortured by the despicable ruler of Hezekiah Hall. While held prisoner in a lonely tower f
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Joanne
An excellent read.

“So many paths cross and entwine with another, and then each one returns to its starting point.”

Ajeya's words to Dainn are true of both what they observe at that point in the story, and of the story itself. 'A Stag In The Shadows' is as compelling and breathtaking a story as the three books that preced it in Turner's Kingdom of Durundal series, yet it also draws together the threads of the stories from each one and reveals the bigger picture of the whole tapestry. In this, it
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Lucretia
Feb 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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I've been reading this series since the start and I am always impressed by how powerfully emotional these stories are. This one was exciting, and dark, and thrilling, and filled with suspense. The opening really sets the tone. Peek at the look inside and you will get a small taste of the beautiful writing. This author has a real way of painting with words. Her imagery comes to life from the start and pulls you in for an immersive adventure. The characters are richly drawn and make you care, whic ...more
Mark Decker
Mar 06, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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A Stag in the Shadows is the perfect culmination for the previous three books in the Kingdom of Durundal series because it incorporates characters and places from all three. With themes of redemption and forgiveness, justice and payback, it weaves a scenario that is both familiar and new in its complexities. Will cruel and powerful emperors and kings never learn that they will not gain anything by taking and imposing their will on others? When will they figure out that good always triumphs and p ...more
Rebecca
Jun 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Although each book in this series tells a complete story, they all relate to one another. The author teases out more of the overall picture each time, giving the reader a more comprehensive look at the lives of all the people in the kingdom and how each of their stories relates to the other. I imagine it took a great amount of planning to make the story line work together so well.

In each book, what I love the most is the enchanting picture of life that the author paints. Well, it's not all alwa
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Dorothy Garino
Jul 16, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The author never disappoints. I have come to really enjoy this series. Each book gets better and better as you delve deeper into the Durundal series. I love how Turner can tell the current story while still weaving a bigger picture. She always has beautiful lessons throughout as well.

I love the clans and I hated seeing what those boys had to go through but I loved how some of the characters from the previous books were brought into this one. It felt good to see all of the relationships be disco
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S.E. Turner
Mar 13, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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