The Captive Kingdom (the Ascendance Series, Book 4), 4

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Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.55
Publisher
Scholastic Press
Publish Date
Pages
384
Dimensions
5.9 X 8.4 X 1.4 inches | 1.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781338551082

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About the Author

Jennifer A. Nielsen is the acclaimed author of the New York Times and USA Today bestselling Ascendance Series: The False Prince, The Runaway King, The Shadow Throne, The Captive Kingdom, andThe Shattered Castle. She also wrote the New York Times bestseller The Traitor's Game and its sequels, The Deceiver's Heart, and The Warrior's Curse; the New York Times bestselling Mark of the Thief trilogy: Mark of the Thief, Rise of the Wolf, and Wrath of the Storm; the standalone fantasy The Scourge; and the critically acclaimed historical thrillers A Night Divided, Resistance, Words on Fire, and Rescue. Jennifer collects old books, loves good theater, and thinks that a quiet afternoon in the mountains makes for a nearly perfect moment. She lives in northern Utah with her family, and is probably sneaking in a bite of dark chocolate right now. You can visit her online at jennielsen.com or follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @nielsenwriter.

Reviews

Praise for the Ascendance Series:

A New York Times Notable Children's Book
A Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year
A Chicago Public Library Best of the Best Children's Book
A Cybils Award Winner

* An impressive, promising story. -- Publishers Weekly, starred review

[A] pageturner. -- The New York Times Book Review

Sage proves to be a compelling character whose sharp mind and shrewd self-possession will make readers eager to follow him into a sequel. -- The Wall Street Journal

A swashbuckling origin story... chock-full of alluring details for adventure-loving boys. -- Los Angeles Times

A fast-paced and thrilling read with twists and turns that never let up. -- School Library Journal

Gripping. -- Kirkus Reviews

Should appeal to fans of... Suzanne Collins... [A] surefire mix of adventure, mystery, and suspense. -- The Horn Book

Praise for The Traitor's Game:

A New York Times bestseller

The next big YA fantasy. -- Entertainment Weekly

One of the Most Anticipated YA Fantasy Books of 2018. -- Bustle

We were immediately caught up in Kestra's story, plotting beside a heroine made of strength, bravery and intelligence. Her complicated relationship with Simon and the danger sewn into every moment of her father's palace politics kept us flipping pages in time with each jaw-dropping plot twist. -- Justine Magazine

Fantasy, action and romance combine for a whirlwind ride! -- Girls' Life

One of the Most Anticipated YA Books of 2018. -- Hypable

Nielsen creates wonderful characters in all of her novels, and she is especially talented at writing complex, intriguing females who refuse to fit into any neat categories. The first in her engrossing Traitor's Game series introduces readers to another fascinating heroine, who disrupts the plans and plots laid to trap her and insists on controlling her own narrative....Engrossing, emotional and offers plenty of promise for the series to come. -- RT Book Reviews

This rip-roaring tale has action galore with battle scenes, kidnappings, murder, intrigue, and romance....Nielsen has created a compelling world where little is as it seems. -- School Library Connection

Nielsen does a masterful job keeping readers off guard while tightening the screws of tension throughout, satisfying even the most reluctant readers. -- School Library Journal

The twists and turns of the plot make for compelling reading that should especially entertain fans of Nielsen's Ascendance trilogy. -- The Horn Book

The Traitor's Game is intrigue and adventure with a bold heroine, some forbidden romance and plenty of twists along the way. -- Shelf Awareness

Praise for A Night Divided:

Like Anne Frank before her, Gerta is small but mighty, a hardheaded heroine who dreams up big ideas and refuses to give up in the face of adversity and danger. Nielsen (Mark of the Thief) evokes the constant unease of life in a divided Berlin through Gerta's sober narration... but the family never loses sight of the power of humility and forgiveness. -- Publishers Weekly

Nielsen, best known for her fantasy novels, proves she is equally skilled at historical fiction in this solidly structured, balanced account of the origins of an infamous historical landmark... The novel's strong setting and tense climax will keep readers engrossed and holding their breath until the last page. -- School Library Journal