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An epic journey of deceit, betrayal, magic and a treasonous love sets sail as Meath, a young apprentice to the formidable wizard, Ursa, escapes certain death while a freshly united Kingdom is held captive by a false Prince. In hope of relaying the truth of the usurper who now threatens the throne, Meath embarks on a dangerous journey with the true heiress, Nicolette, in anAn epic journey of deceit, betrayal, magic and a treasonous love sets sail as Meath, a young apprentice to the formidable wizard, Ursa, escapes certain death while a freshly united Kingdom is held captive by a false Prince. In hope of relaying the truth of the usurper who now threatens the throne, Meath embarks on a dangerous journey with the true heiress, Nicolette, in an attempt to reach her Uncle before they too are entangled in the lie that has wound itself deep into the lands. Amidst the soldiers dispatched to return the princess and capture Meath and his friends, they must avoid the barbarian clans who have begun a savage war on the Kingdom of Draco; evading what seems like fate has become a perilous game they may not be able to win…...

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ISBN : 13503726
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 384 Pages
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the false prince fall of a king Reviews

  • Jennifer
    2019-04-06 03:27

    When a strange woman leaves a Gifted baby alone in the woods Master Ursa decides he will give this baby the life he deserves. Little did he know, the fate of their kingdom would come to rest on the two of them. When Prince Baritt arrives in Draco a huge celebration erupts. With the marriage of Prince Baritt and Princess Nicolette a new peace will be forged between the warring kingdoms of Draco and Zandor. What the people of Draco do not know is that the Prince is not who he seams and he is hell bent on taking over Draco no matter how much blood he spills. When Princess Nicolette and Ursa find out about this terrible plot they seek the King’s knowledge and guidance but they are too late. The pseudo prince has already attacked and murdered the King. Ursa knows that Nicolette is next and leaves the kingdom with Meath, the baby he saved so long ago, to tell the other kingdoms of this treachery. As Ursa, Meath and the Princess wind their way through the lands they meet up with some friends and foe in an effort to save their Kingdom. Will they make it to Dragon’s Cove and warn Lord Marcus and Lady Jewel before the rumors reach the sea side fortress or will the barbarians, druids and highway robbers stop them from reaching Dragon’s Cove in time?James Fuller has done it again, three books three rave reviews! Fall of a King: The False Prince is very different from the Unforgivable series but just as captivating. The shear amount of detail he is able to include in his writing without bogging the reader down is amazing! There are so many different story lines and views to the story it is an ADD kids dream come true (and I mean that in the best way. It keeps you really entertained). The good and evil portrayed so close each other and yet so distant is phenomenal. I have loved watching the characters grow as they take on the different obstacles in front of them and seeing the new friendships formed. Princess Nicolette is an amazing heroine and a girl I would be proud to know. I cannot say enough good things about this book without giving away some of its mystery. Please do not be scared by the page count of this book, be enthralled and excited that the next book in the Fall of a King Series is out soon because I promise you will not be able to put this one down!

  • Lori Myers
    2019-04-10 06:25

    First off, I am stating that I was given a copy for an honest review. There, now that that is done....whoooottt!!!!! I have to say, this was the highlight book of October AND November for me. Hands down the best Fantasy genre book I have read in a while. A few typos, but those don't bother me, I am quick to understand which word was meant. This is a sword and sorcery book at a wonderful level We have the requisite sorcerer, Ursa, his apprentice, Meath, Princess Nicolette at the heart of a plot to steal the kingdom. The battles are epic, the world making is just amazing, the characters are likeable (if not downright loveable!). There are a lot of characters to keep track of, but it is manageable. What did I like best about this book....there was so much that drew me in...I love sword and sorcery books, I love the coming of age aspect of Meath (he is being forced from a life of privilege to suffering on the run from the King's soldiers, Ursa just plain kicks ass! I love a sorcerer that isn't all bookish, can hold his own, and shows his humanity. Shania, Dahek and Zehava's friendship with Meath and Nicolette is priceless! I cannot wait for the next book to impress me (although 2nd books occasionally let me down) and see where Mr. Fuller takes the myriad of storylines that are showing signs of converging in a cataclysmic battle! Bravo James! Another book well done. Your name is moving up my must have list!

  • Johnna
    2019-04-05 06:40

    This book just didn't do it for me. The plot was interesting and had potential, but for me the writing just didn't click. I was relieved when I finished it because I wasn't really enjoying it, and a little annoyed that it left with a cliffhanger because I don't think I'll read the next book.

  • Catherine Vickers
    2019-04-05 01:22

    My perfect fantasy adventure. Lots of subplots happening and slowly coming together. Great character build up. Great evil baddy. Okay, in a posh professional way, I mean good protagonist and antagonist, plus some annoying characters, which means the author's done a great job. A few monsters (fantasy creatures) might have been nice, but it carries well without them. Some magic thrown in which is done in believable tone. The only thing that stopped me marking this a 5* was the editing. It's not the sort of errors that can be picked up on a spellchecker, someone needs to go through word for word but this does not defer from the enjoyment of a great book. Recommended to all fantasy readers, young and old.

  • Joan
    2019-04-15 06:30

    I'm not one for reading about wizards and magic. I have to say with the way this book was written I will be reading more books from this author. He held me captive from the first page. I can't wait to read the next book. I love how he left you wanting more. I give it a 10 star rating but they only allow 5 star. Thanks for writing such a captivating book. ~Joan Callis (She Who Wanders)

  • Tressa Messenger
    2019-04-09 04:32

    It took me a little while to read this book because I stay so busy, but I thought it was great!! It was beautifully written and really drew me in.

  • Becky
    2019-04-11 05:33

    Adventure and stuff! Great book.