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"Epic story!" "A great adventure!" "Funny fantasy!" "Impossible to put down!" "Great book!" "Compelling reading." "Delightful!" Bigger, stronger, and faster than men, orcs united last winter to exterminate humanity. Forming huge armies with direwolves, orcs are overwhelming the world. No man stops the slaughter, so a precocious princess sets aside her throne to ally the ki "Epic story!" "A great adventure!" "Funny fantasy!" "Impossible to put down!" "Great book!" "Compelling reading." "Delightful!" Bigger, stronger, and faster than men, orcs united last winter to exterminate humanity. Forming huge armies with direwolves, orcs are overwhelming the world. No man stops the slaughter, so a precocious princess sets aside her throne to ally the kingdoms of men, elf, dwarf, trolls, and giants. Soaring on her eagle, she must defeat not just orc armies, but traitors in her mist. Orcs are exterminating humanity and the biggest thing standing in their way is a little girl with serious skills. EXCERPTS: “She’s just a little girl!” her mother objected. That pissed off the 8-year old: “No, mama. I am not just a little girl. I’m as good as any boy and I’ll be better than most men.” He wrapped his claw around her neck and lifted her off the ground. She tried remembering her best orc insults. “You look like a goblin. You smell like a dwarf. You dress like an elf.” Well, that really pissed him off. Especially since she yelled it loud enough for his pack to hear. “Mom killed a thousand orcs before a lame horse did her in. I can still see that grotesque orc with mom’s intestines in his mouth, before I put an arrow down his throat.” The terrified giant lunged towards the nearest threat and smacked it back into the 10,000th century. That orc literally splattered his mate, who howled in horror. Elves live millennia, but don’t breed much because the mother rarely survives the birth; and the older the mother, the less likely the survival. Birth was the greatest cause of death among elves. Despite their long lifespan, the irony never got old. “It’s almost dawn, so orcs will find us when they look for breakfast.” Benny agreed. “That’s why I’m riding with the rapid-response unit. When you’re deep in shit, I’m your shovel.” Other than the occasional sea serpent or giant octopus, no one messed with trolls in Middle Earth. Floating to conserve energy, Bisi watched the battle from the safety of the sea when something big swam under her. A moment later a kraken snatched an orc in its huge conical teeth and pulled it under. She screamed for her eagle. A stolen hatchet landed in his lower back -- the irony would hit him later. Howling in pain, he put a foot next to his sword and pulled it out of that orc, while the bastard watched in amazement. Benny swung blindly, ironically piercing another orc in the eye. With an executioner’s ax in one paw and a spear in the other, the giant faced ten orcs with various weapons. One step for giant was one giant leap for anyone else. As soon as he moved forward, the orcs behind him attacked. Smarter than the average giant, the big guy turned and “cleared his tail” as the tactic was called.


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"Epic story!" "A great adventure!" "Funny fantasy!" "Impossible to put down!" "Great book!" "Compelling reading." "Delightful!" Bigger, stronger, and faster than men, orcs united last winter to exterminate humanity. Forming huge armies with direwolves, orcs are overwhelming the world. No man stops the slaughter, so a precocious princess sets aside her throne to ally the ki "Epic story!" "A great adventure!" "Funny fantasy!" "Impossible to put down!" "Great book!" "Compelling reading." "Delightful!" Bigger, stronger, and faster than men, orcs united last winter to exterminate humanity. Forming huge armies with direwolves, orcs are overwhelming the world. No man stops the slaughter, so a precocious princess sets aside her throne to ally the kingdoms of men, elf, dwarf, trolls, and giants. Soaring on her eagle, she must defeat not just orc armies, but traitors in her mist. Orcs are exterminating humanity and the biggest thing standing in their way is a little girl with serious skills. EXCERPTS: “She’s just a little girl!” her mother objected. That pissed off the 8-year old: “No, mama. I am not just a little girl. I’m as good as any boy and I’ll be better than most men.” He wrapped his claw around her neck and lifted her off the ground. She tried remembering her best orc insults. “You look like a goblin. You smell like a dwarf. You dress like an elf.” Well, that really pissed him off. Especially since she yelled it loud enough for his pack to hear. “Mom killed a thousand orcs before a lame horse did her in. I can still see that grotesque orc with mom’s intestines in his mouth, before I put an arrow down his throat.” The terrified giant lunged towards the nearest threat and smacked it back into the 10,000th century. That orc literally splattered his mate, who howled in horror. Elves live millennia, but don’t breed much because the mother rarely survives the birth; and the older the mother, the less likely the survival. Birth was the greatest cause of death among elves. Despite their long lifespan, the irony never got old. “It’s almost dawn, so orcs will find us when they look for breakfast.” Benny agreed. “That’s why I’m riding with the rapid-response unit. When you’re deep in shit, I’m your shovel.” Other than the occasional sea serpent or giant octopus, no one messed with trolls in Middle Earth. Floating to conserve energy, Bisi watched the battle from the safety of the sea when something big swam under her. A moment later a kraken snatched an orc in its huge conical teeth and pulled it under. She screamed for her eagle. A stolen hatchet landed in his lower back -- the irony would hit him later. Howling in pain, he put a foot next to his sword and pulled it out of that orc, while the bastard watched in amazement. Benny swung blindly, ironically piercing another orc in the eye. With an executioner’s ax in one paw and a spear in the other, the giant faced ten orcs with various weapons. One step for giant was one giant leap for anyone else. As soon as he moved forward, the orcs behind him attacked. Smarter than the average giant, the big guy turned and “cleared his tail” as the tactic was called.

28 review for War of the Orcs: World war against ancient humans

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ian Miller

    The title says it all. Orcs look like they will eliminate humans in a fantasy world. All depends on a really young princess, although by the end she is a fairly old queen. Not that she rules. Her whole life is spent dealing with orcs and this is the primary weakness of the book; how could you get two Thirty Years Wars into one story? Answer: You tell what happened, which makes an interesting history account for the Thirty Years War because the output changed history. It was a real event. The pro The title says it all. Orcs look like they will eliminate humans in a fantasy world. All depends on a really young princess, although by the end she is a fairly old queen. Not that she rules. Her whole life is spent dealing with orcs and this is the primary weakness of the book; how could you get two Thirty Years Wars into one story? Answer: You tell what happened, which makes an interesting history account for the Thirty Years War because the output changed history. It was a real event. The problem here is it was not real so to hold the reader, it is necessary to get the reader involved with characters. The war goes on over an entire planet, and with the exception of the races, which being humans, orcs, elves, etc are somewhat derivative, the world building is excellent. The problem that princess Bisi faces is obvious, and the way she gets to lead is an interesting start to the story. It then gets a bit bogged down with the war. There are some interesting interludes, but too much of the book involves these battles, in which Reilly shows some skill at outlining strategy, but it then descends into lots of arrow shooting, etc, followed by the statistics, then on to the next one. The writing style gets a litle coarse, and vulgar. One of the strategies is to weaken the orcs by "biological warfare" that gives them diarrhoea. I shall leave the descriptions to your imagination. Actually, diarrhoea played an important part in many medieval battles, but as often as not it was due to poor sanitation, and not enemy action. The writing is largely tell. Tell is appropriate for getting through a lot of material quickly, and is best for spacing between the bits the author wants to use to hold the reader. In this case, it is there because with over sixty years to cover, Reilly must have thought it was the only way, but really, stats and numbers relating to fictional battles are not that interesting. To summarise, really there was too much for one book, yet at the same time, far too little of the "show" nature.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Grady

    ‘A few orcs could cross at night in boats, or an army could cross at great cost, but humans owning the canals limited their movement.‘ Florida author Brent Reilly bounces onto the sci-fi fantasy scene with five books to his credit already. Brent is a multi-talented movie star handsome young man whose father was a magazine editor so he comes by his talent honestly. But Brent lived in Colombia for a time, is bi-lingual Spanish, has a Masters degree in counseling, is a husband and father and has own ‘A few orcs could cross at night in boats, or an army could cross at great cost, but humans owning the canals limited their movement.‘ Florida author Brent Reilly bounces onto the sci-fi fantasy scene with five books to his credit already. Brent is a multi-talented movie star handsome young man whose father was a magazine editor so he comes by his talent honestly. But Brent lived in Colombia for a time, is bi-lingual Spanish, has a Masters degree in counseling, is a husband and father and has owned an indoor bounce house, auto repair center, and computer training school. His creative goal: to entertain with his wildly imaginative novels whose characters are like real people, with backgrounds and motives, who must act consistently with their personalities. From his provided bio as well as from the manner in which he writes, the reader can sense that this is a talent worth following! For an epic story – Orcs versus Humans – Brent keeps this book rather short, a factor that makes it all the more popular with young adult readers who love action without pontification. Too seldom do authors of the fantasy sci-fi genre open their stories with a preface – a chance to set the mind into the space the book will take us. Brent does just that – important and interesting background as a jumping ff point; ‘Orcs called him the Prophet ever since the holy warriors vouched for him. The pack leader introduced him and thousands roared their welcome as the biggest orc most had ever seen climbed the speaking rock to address them in this sacred place. They all knew what he would say because he had been saying it all his life. Still, many traveled many moons to hear it themselves. “Brothers, imagine a world without humans. You could hunt where you like, without walls to block you or arrows to stop you. You could eat what you like, without worrying about threats on the horizon. You could live where you want, without ships or horses driving you off. When winter comes, you would enjoy your ranches instead of giving up your land. 10,000 seasons ago, our ancestors almost wiped out the scourge of man. Ever since, man has been trying to exterminate us. Not for meat or territory, but to remove a threat to their existence. Man will not stop until they squash the last orc hatchling. “The solar cycle makes our world get warmer for about 500 years, then colder for just as long. When it’s warm, orcs multiply and retake territory. When it’s colder, we retreat because there’s not enough food to replenish our numbers. The last cycle, we warred among ourselves, instead of our real enemy, so I’ve traveled to all four continents to urge orcs to put aside old transgressions and prioritize the threat to our existence. United we live and divided we die. Orcs fight each other for meat, so we must swear to never eat another orc, even if it means starving. There is plenty of meat -- it lives in cities and farms and villages. If we don’t kill each other, then we have the numbers to defeat those who seek our annihilation.” So we’re into the orcs’ minds and then we meet our heroines - Bisi the Princess and her grandmother companion Cesi – the two who manage to stand against the Orcs. But as the author’s synopsis states, ‘Bigger, stronger, and faster than men, orcs united last winter to exterminate humanity. Forming huge armies with direwolves, orcs are overwhelming the world’s kingdoms and literally eating the vanquished. No man stops the slaughter, so a precocious princess sets aside her throne to ally the kingdoms of men, elf, dwarf, and giants. Soaring on her eagle, she must defeat not just orc armies but traitors in her mist. Can she keep her allies united against a foe that breeds 20 times faster? How high a price will she pay for putting her loved ones at risk? Either orcs will exterminate humans or humans will exterminate orcs in this thrilling epic fantasy adventure in the tradition of Lord of the Rings.‘ This is one terrific fast read that will mesmerize both young adults and adults alike. Another very fine novel from Brent Reilly.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Pegboard

    War of the Orcs, centers around a young princess who excels in warfare and studying old manuscripts tells about the different groups that live among her islands. The fiercest are the Orcs. They were once the dominate race but the time came to either kill all the Orcs or kill all the humans. Bisi, the young princess, sets sail with her grandmother to get their military in order. Her knowledge about military strategy sets her apart and has different races seeking her advice and aligning up with he War of the Orcs, centers around a young princess who excels in warfare and studying old manuscripts tells about the different groups that live among her islands. The fiercest are the Orcs. They were once the dominate race but the time came to either kill all the Orcs or kill all the humans. Bisi, the young princess, sets sail with her grandmother to get their military in order. Her knowledge about military strategy sets her apart and has different races seeking her advice and aligning up with her forces. This is my favorite of Brent Reilly’s novels, so far. All his books are fast pace, but the battles and strategies well thought out. While reading this book, I was a bit sad that Bisi did not have the time to set everything right with her dad and brothers before they died. The most memorable books are those that made you feel emotions, even sad emotions, so after reading this you will find it touched you, even if you felt for the main character.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Please Pass the Books

    War of the Orcs by Brent Reilly`is a fantasy adventure that swirls around a robust and intelligent eight-year-old princess named Bisi and her grandmother, Cesi. As orcs annihilate the land, eating everything in sight, there is little hope for the survival of all else that lives in Reilly's thoroughly depicted realm. It is up to Bisi to bring together all of the remaining kingdoms, which include humans, dwarves, elves, trolls and giants. There can only be one victor since the orcs will not back d War of the Orcs by Brent Reilly`is a fantasy adventure that swirls around a robust and intelligent eight-year-old princess named Bisi and her grandmother, Cesi. As orcs annihilate the land, eating everything in sight, there is little hope for the survival of all else that lives in Reilly's thoroughly depicted realm. It is up to Bisi to bring together all of the remaining kingdoms, which include humans, dwarves, elves, trolls and giants. There can only be one victor since the orcs will not back down...and Bisi cannot back down; not without succumbing to the same fate and accepting the extinction of all. War of the Orcs is incredibly fast paced, which is unique for the fantasy genre. It certainly packs a huge punch in a short span of time (reading time, the book itself spans over decades). I liked that Bisi showed strength and real determination, and loved that she was made heir after defeating her older brothers. “Father made me his heir when I beat all three in one duel.” Point of view varies but that's clearly the intent, since it allows for a full immersion into different kingdoms. As a genuine fan of fantasy, I felt like Brent Reilly did an exceptional job of creating a fresh theme, storyline, and protagonists that you can't help but get behind. As with all good stories, there were some losses that felt like my heart was being ripped out of my chest, but that's just another testament to how engrossing the book truly is. Recommended for die-hard fantasy fans looking for something quick and satisfying. Review written for Readers' Favorite.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ann O'Nymos

    I didn't enjoy this book. The writing isn't dreadful but just not very engaging. When the main character, an eight year old girl, is introduced, I couldn't connect with her enough before she is sent out into epic battles where she fights like a godess, never tiring, never wounded. There is a lot, if not to say nothing else, as epic battles of man/elves/giants against millions of orcs. But these battles read like a history essay of a high-school pupil. Rattling down numbers and what happened one I didn't enjoy this book. The writing isn't dreadful but just not very engaging. When the main character, an eight year old girl, is introduced, I couldn't connect with her enough before she is sent out into epic battles where she fights like a godess, never tiring, never wounded. There is a lot, if not to say nothing else, as epic battles of man/elves/giants against millions of orcs. But these battles read like a history essay of a high-school pupil. Rattling down numbers and what happened one after the other without engaging. The involved kingdomes are interchangeable and after the fifths I didn't care anymore. And another thing that made me feel reading a high-school report: when any character got upset, angry or frustrated this was simply „pissed“. No other word for this. I just didn't like that, same goes for the other vulgar little parts that interlude the battle scenes. So after one third I started to skip over huge passages and the whole book is more or less a battle report, stretching decades with a girl that acts like a genius, invincible god. To compare it with Lord of the Rings feels for me like comparing McDonald with a 5-star restaurant. Both use orcs, elves, humans and epic battles but the final taste of it is totally different. I received an ARC and this is my honest opinion.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Heidi

    War of the Orcs by Brent Reilly is headed up to be for all ages but that I disagree with. Bearing in mind the excerpt had language in it, I don't think a child should be subjected to that or even a parent would think it to be an age appropriate read for their child. Perhaps if a parent read the book to the child and changed the wording then possibly. I've previously read other books by this author and it seems he certainly has a vivid imagination. This story is about a little Princess warrior na War of the Orcs by Brent Reilly is headed up to be for all ages but that I disagree with. Bearing in mind the excerpt had language in it, I don't think a child should be subjected to that or even a parent would think it to be an age appropriate read for their child. Perhaps if a parent read the book to the child and changed the wording then possibly. I've previously read other books by this author and it seems he certainly has a vivid imagination. This story is about a little Princess warrior named Bisi aged 8 and her intelligent as well as Brave Grandmother named Cesi, who together they must work together to rid their kingdom of Pirates and Orcs. They also will be able to allow the king to become much richer and stronger. This story has the classic elements of Lord of the Rings but has its own uniqueness. Some of the stories events and the use of swearing is questionable for a young audience. I feel perhaps it would be better if aimed at an older child. However there is some enjoyable moments. It's quirky, I'd give you that!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mar

    War of the Orcs is my second book from Brent Reilly and again I’m not disappointed. The author writes engaging stories that may seem a bit similar to some classics (in here you may reminisce Lord of the Rings) but Reilly throws enough twists to be an entirely different story. War of the Orcs tells the story of a world being – quite literally – eaten away by orcs. These magical creatures are engaged in a world war against all the other races and it’s a tiny human young girl that will lead the figh War of the Orcs is my second book from Brent Reilly and again I’m not disappointed. The author writes engaging stories that may seem a bit similar to some classics (in here you may reminisce Lord of the Rings) but Reilly throws enough twists to be an entirely different story. War of the Orcs tells the story of a world being – quite literally – eaten away by orcs. These magical creatures are engaged in a world war against all the other races and it’s a tiny human young girl that will lead the fight for survival. It’s a great fantasy book, maybe not subtle for very young readers as the language can be a bit excessive at times. It’s wonderful to see a fantasy novel with strong female characters taking center stage. The book offers a strong narrative and quality dialogues. There’s a very nice work regarding character development throughout the novel. Overall, a very nice reading, and entertaining as well.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Valery

    War of the Orcs by Brent Reilly is a multi-faceted story that features a young princess by the name of Bisi. She is a force to reckon with, even at her young age. The Orcs in this book are hell bent on destroying mankind, and little Bisi is the female heroine who takes them on. This is where you have to suspend your version of reality, can a little 8 yr. old girl really save man? If you can get past that,then this book is perfect for you. This is a well written fantasy style thriller with many t War of the Orcs by Brent Reilly is a multi-faceted story that features a young princess by the name of Bisi. She is a force to reckon with, even at her young age. The Orcs in this book are hell bent on destroying mankind, and little Bisi is the female heroine who takes them on. This is where you have to suspend your version of reality, can a little 8 yr. old girl really save man? If you can get past that,then this book is perfect for you. This is a well written fantasy style thriller with many twists and turns along the way. It has a solid plot line, strong characters, and the time honored tradition of the fight between good and evil. Much of the writing is done with a bit of humor, even the battle scenes, and this certainly lightens the mood when it comes to such dire circumstances. All in all, an entertaining book that will appeal to most adventurous people of all ages. Some mild language in spots.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tru Steamer Moss Diavolo

    Now this book started off as none other I've read before. An eight year old girl with so much talent and such a warrior, As the title says, War of the Orcs. It about a young girl who father had no faith in her or his mother because they are females and he feels they was not acting accordingly. The grandmother places a bet with her son telling him to allow his three sons to go against his daughter. If she wins, the daughter is heir to the throne and she in charge of defenses. The daughter wins an Now this book started off as none other I've read before. An eight year old girl with so much talent and such a warrior, As the title says, War of the Orcs. It about a young girl who father had no faith in her or his mother because they are females and he feels they was not acting accordingly. The grandmother places a bet with her son telling him to allow his three sons to go against his daughter. If she wins, the daughter is heir to the throne and she in charge of defenses. The daughter wins and the father upset. As times goes on the daughter and grandmother duo goes and prepare for war against the Orcs. To the grandmother credit, she was right. This is not your typical run of the mill royal story where you knows the ending half way through the book. It keep you in suspense. It keeps you entertained and it keeps you wanting to read. I highly recommend this book to people who like to be able to read a book through and not know the answer until the end.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kimmie

    Oh my Gods that was something else! This book is a good read for young adults. The book is so well-written and thought out. As well as dam near impossible to put down. And really fun read. This book is a wonderful story of a princess (who really should be called a warrior) and her determination to fight for what she thinks is right. The Orcs are pushing for war as they lose what they have, which is understandable. I love how this book shows the ingenuity of Bisi’s abilities and makes her a fun he Oh my Gods that was something else! This book is a good read for young adults. The book is so well-written and thought out. As well as dam near impossible to put down. And really fun read. This book is a wonderful story of a princess (who really should be called a warrior) and her determination to fight for what she thinks is right. The Orcs are pushing for war as they lose what they have, which is understandable. I love how this book shows the ingenuity of Bisi’s abilities and makes her a fun heroine for younger kids to read and relate to. This isn’t a typical mythological type of book involving orcs where there is just so much blood and guts. This book follows the characters that give substance to what is occurring. Now before I ruin this for you I will leave off here. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did. If you do like this book, please consider leaving a review. The Authors really like it when you do; they value your opinions too.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jimmy Jefferson

    A fantasy adventure with many twists along the way This is a story about a princess named Bisi and her quest to unite all of the others including the elves, dwarfs, and men to battle the orc or face the death of the entire civilization. With the confidence of a warrior, Bisi will stop at nothing o rally the troops and win the battle for the very existence of the crew she has aligned to battle. Her mother was killed in a battle with some orcs and she sought justice by killing the one who took her A fantasy adventure with many twists along the way This is a story about a princess named Bisi and her quest to unite all of the others including the elves, dwarfs, and men to battle the orc or face the death of the entire civilization. With the confidence of a warrior, Bisi will stop at nothing o rally the troops and win the battle for the very existence of the crew she has aligned to battle. Her mother was killed in a battle with some orcs and she sought justice by killing the one who took her mother. Now the journey to live free of the orcs is in full swing. Will she be successful with her group of warriors or will the orcs overwhelm them and rule the world. This is a good story with good characters and storyline. Check this one out if you like the fantasy world genre.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Renee Spicuzza

    Brent Reilly’s, “War of the Orcs,” is an enthralling story of a young princess (who really should be considered a warrior) and her perseverance in trying to fight for what she thinks is right. The Orcs are pushing for war as they lose more and more land and food, which is understandable, but the story is more into the good vs. evil nature of the argument and has a focus on that. I do like how he shows the ingenuity of Bisi’s abilities and makes her a fun heroine for younger kids to read and rela Brent Reilly’s, “War of the Orcs,” is an enthralling story of a young princess (who really should be considered a warrior) and her perseverance in trying to fight for what she thinks is right. The Orcs are pushing for war as they lose more and more land and food, which is understandable, but the story is more into the good vs. evil nature of the argument and has a focus on that. I do like how he shows the ingenuity of Bisi’s abilities and makes her a fun heroine for younger kids to read and relate to. This book gives off some crazy “Lord of the Ring” vibes though, which I deeply appreciate, as those are masterpieces that everyone can enjoy. This isn’t a typical mythological styled book involving orcs where there is just inconsequential bloodshed. Instead, there are storylines following the characters that give substance to what is occurring within the plotline.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Kester

    This book by Brent Reilly is an epic novel that features different creatures, like orcs, direwolves, and elves that work to fight against one another due to the major hatred they have for each other. The orcs are considered to be the worst enemy in the kingdom they live in which causes the kingdom’s princess to leave her throne and fight alongside the elves and giants to help protect the kingdom from them. The orcs believe they can take the kingdom quite easily, but they’re in for a surprise whe This book by Brent Reilly is an epic novel that features different creatures, like orcs, direwolves, and elves that work to fight against one another due to the major hatred they have for each other. The orcs are considered to be the worst enemy in the kingdom they live in which causes the kingdom’s princess to leave her throne and fight alongside the elves and giants to help protect the kingdom from them. The orcs believe they can take the kingdom quite easily, but they’re in for a surprise when they meet this young princess. The book is a very interesting fantasy and adventure novel that will have you quickly flipping through the pages. At 155 pages, it isn’t necessarily that long of a book to read which makes it perfect for those looking for a somewhat quick read. Better yet, the book includes many well-developed characters that add a unique and thrilling atmosphere to the story.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kate Brackett

    The War of the Orcs was a tale to remember. I am a fan of princess heroines and this story had a princess that stood up against the Orcs in order to save people *swoon*. It is supposedly a book for younger kids, but it had adult language and scenes so I am unsure about younger children listening to it or reading it. This is a classic good vs evil tale and if you liked Lord of the Rings or anything similar you will like this story. The writing took me a bit to get used to and I personally think i The War of the Orcs was a tale to remember. I am a fan of princess heroines and this story had a princess that stood up against the Orcs in order to save people *swoon*. It is supposedly a book for younger kids, but it had adult language and scenes so I am unsure about younger children listening to it or reading it. This is a classic good vs evil tale and if you liked Lord of the Rings or anything similar you will like this story. The writing took me a bit to get used to and I personally think it could have been better, but that is just my opinion. It was an interesting, entertaining read that I think many will enjoy. Join the princess warrior and her family as they battle the Orcs and try to save their kingdom and their people.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Xaanua

  16. 5 out of 5

    heather nott

  17. 4 out of 5

    Biljana Ognenova

  18. 4 out of 5

    Robert Lester

  19. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Cho

  20. 4 out of 5

    KATHLEEN M. CHANCE

  21. 5 out of 5

    Laporta

  22. 4 out of 5

    Chris Tripp

  23. 4 out of 5

    patricia matthews

  24. 5 out of 5

    michael l dolan

  25. 5 out of 5

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  26. 5 out of 5

    John Wheeler

  27. 5 out of 5

    Chandra Fry

  28. 4 out of 5

    Donald Gamroth

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