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As book two of The Wilderking Trilogy opens, Aidan is living in the court of King Darrow. He has become best friends with Darrow's son Steren, and he enjoys great favor among the courtiers. But King Darrow's suspicion is growing, and his insecurity causes him to hate the young man who saved his kingdom. Concerned about his king's spiral into ever-darker moods, Aidan asks what he can do to help. Darrow sends him on an impossible adventure to the recesses of Feechiefen Swamp, thinking he is sending Aidan to his death. After all, no Corenwalder has ever returned from Feechiefen alive. But Aidan's fate is not sealed yet, for Aidan has allies among the feechiefolk who know him as the hero, Pantherbane.
©2013 Jonathan Rogers (P)2017 Jonathan Rogers
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By K. Lynn on 11-07-17

The Enjoyment Continues

This is the second book of the series; if you haven’t read book 1 I’d advise you to start there. While I think you could pick up here and move forward, it would be smoother to have the background of Book 1. Plus it’s so enjoyable that I’d hate for you to miss one book of the series (of which I found myself wanting more after completing).
This book is narrated by its author- and he is very easy to listen too. He did an excellent job in both the writing and performance.
The story it’s self is written at a middle grade level so kids can enjoy it. However it also makes an easy - but interesting - read for adults.

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By B. Farrar on 10-21-17

A Delightful Listen

I am listening to this series before I pass them to my son, & I cannot get through them quickly enough. The gospel undertones through a Davidic type main character make the story rich in thought provoking depth & character development. Again, the author as the narrator is phenomenal. I was hoping for a few more barks of the bog owl, but the feechifolk battle cries sustained me. This series is rapidly becoming a top favorite of mine.

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