The Gray Wolf Throne

The Gray Wolf Throne

Book - 2011
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Thief-turned-wizard Han Alister joins forces with Raisa ana'Marianna, heir to the Queendom of the Fells, to defend her right to the Gray Wolf Throne.
Publisher: New York : Hyperion, 2011
ISBN: 9781423118251
Characteristics: 517 p. ; 22 cm

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Jan 16, 2019

From the point of view of a teen, this is a great book!

Aug 04, 2018

Great read! Lots of set up for the finale but great character building and story line. Love the entrance of Riasa into the funeral. Would recommend this series to anyone, though some may need to be patient since a good amount of it deals with political issues inside the world.y

Mar 30, 2017

Such an amazing series, I haven't stopped reading it every since I was introduced to it by a friend. Unfortunately, I'm waiting for the third book and can't wait another ten days. However, I'm more than excited to read it!

Mar 23, 2016

For a much more detailed review, check out this book on my blog!

This is a quick, exciting, engaging read with many secrets revealed. I thoroughly enjoyed this one and can’t wait to see how it all ends. I need to know what Han has planned and if he is with or against Raisa, and the same goes for Micah Bayar. I’m not sure where is loyalties lie either. Definitely continue the series if you enjoyed the previous book because this just keeps getting better!

Jan 20, 2016

Richmond Library needs to buy another copy of this book with all the money it's hauling in with the new card overdue charges.

Chapel_Hill_MarthaW May 25, 2015

This third volume in the Seven Realms series doesn't disappoint fans of the previous installments, since it contains all of the elements that made the previous books so successful: a likable but flawed set of protagonists, richly developed secondary characters, a fully-realized fantasy world, refreshing (yet still subtle) feminist messages, a cast of characters diverse in race, culture, and sexual orientation, and an intriguing plot that makes each installment, instead of feeling episodic, feel like an important step on the path towards the series' conclusion. Give this series to YA fantasy fans, because they won't find much better.

Apr 07, 2015

Again this series just continues to improve on its predecessors and I have ultimately fallen in love with everything that the series has to offer I cannot wait for the conclusion and I would recommend this novel to any reader who loves fantasy

Mar 15, 2015

Great series characters are very dynamic and shift a lot also some unexpected twists in this book. Over all a great book and never gets old! also does anyone else want to see a series of Han when we is a street lord? I CERTAINLY WOULD LOVE IT!

Jan 19, 2015

great continuation of the Seven Realms series- can't wait to read the finale.
Great teen (YA) epic fantasy series.

Oct 21, 2012

Can't wait to read the fourth book.

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