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    Robin Jarvis(Author)

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Who will survive the war in Hagwood? The war in Hagwood has begun. Rhiannon Rigantonan, the ruthless High Queen of Faerie, fights not only for her own immortality and her iron rule over Hagwood, but also to serve her most far-reaching ambition: to conquer every corner of the known world. While the enchanted casket that holds the High Lady's mortal heart has been found, the golden key that can unlock it-and put an end to her reign of terror-has been lost. And if the queen gains possession of the key, no one will be able to oppose her. Meanwhile, the queen's long-exiled sister, Princess Clarisant, joins together with the diminutive werlings to combat the forces of evil. Vastly outnumbered, their only hope is a miracle. Always the reluctant hero, Gamaliel Tumpin is chosen for a special destiny, but it will come at a cost. As lives are lost and a bloody battle rages, the fate of Hagwood will be decided once and for all.

Praise for "Thorn Ogres of Hagwood"Jarvis turns up the volume on his trademark suspense blended with whimsy, and readers are drawn deeper into the magical conflict through Gamaliel and Finnen s involvement. Fun for Hobbit-addicts and Potter-philes of all ages. "Publishers Weekly" The intriguing characters, fast-moving plot, and thrilling (and sometimes gruesome) action will be popular with many readers, and the ending will leave them waiting eagerly for another installment. " School Library Journal" A sure bet for fans of heroic fantasy. "Booklist" [T]he narrative gradually builds tension to a furious, action-packed climax. Fantasy adventure fans will be grateful for the cliffhanger ending that promises another installment. "Kirkus Reviews" Here is a richly woven tale! Robin Jarvis has created a marvelous, mysterious new landscape, peopled with characters who truly come alive for the reader. I look forward to returning often, and to following many quests deep into Hagwood. T. A. Barron, author of "The Lost Years of Merlin" Thorn Ogres of Hagwood is a rattling good fantasy adventure . . . Author Robin Jarvis has created wonderful characters . . . Most intriguing is young Gamaliel Tumpin a werling with a pinch of Harry Potter [and] a dash of Frodo Baggins . . . I am very much looking forward to the next book in the series. Robert D. San Souci, author of the Short & Shivery series"Praise for "Thorn Ogres of Hagwood" Jarvis turns up the volume on his trademark suspense blended with whimsy, and readers are drawn deeper into the magical conflict through Gamaliel and Finnen s involvement. Fun for Hobbit-addicts and Potter-philes of all ages. "Publishers Weekly" The intriguing characters, fast-moving plot, and thrilling (and sometimes gruesome) action will be popular with many readers, and the ending will leave them waiting eagerly for another installment. " School Library Journal" A sure bet for fans of heroic fantasy. "Booklist" [T]he narrative gradually builds tension to a furious, action-packed climax. Fantasy adventure fans will be grateful for the cliffhanger ending that promises another installment. "Kirkus Reviews" Here is a richly woven tale! Robin Jarvis has created a marvelous, mysterious new landscape, peopled with characters who truly come alive for the reader. I look forward to returning often, and to following many quests deep into Hagwood. T. A. Barron, author of "The Lost Years of Merlin" "Thorn Ogres of Hagwood" is a rattling good fantasy adventure . . . Author Robin Jarvis has created wonderful characters . . . Most intriguing is young Gamaliel Tumpin a werling with a pinch of Harry Potter [and] a dash of Frodo Baggins . . . I am very much looking forward to the next book in the series. Robert D. San Souci, author of the Short & Shivery series"Praise for "Thorn Ogres of Hagwood, "Book One of the Hagwood Trilogy Fun for Hobbit-addicts and Potter-philes of all ages. "Publishers Weekly" A sure bet for fans of heroic fantasy. "Booklist " Here is a richly woven tale! T.A. Barron, author of "The Lost Years of Merlin""Praise for Thorn Ogres of Hagwood, Book One of the Hagwood Trilogy "Fun for Hobbit-addicts and Potter-philes of all ages." --Publishers Weekly "A sure bet for fans of heroic fantasy." --Booklist"Here is a richly woven tale!" --T. A. Barron, author of The Lost Years of Merlin

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  • PDF | 310 pages
  • Robin Jarvis(Author)
  • Open Road Media Teen & Tween (26 July 2016)
  • English
  • 8
  • Young Adult

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  • By Marg-Cham on 25 May 2017

    Received very quickly,already read it & have passed it on.Robin Jarvis is always a good read.I know it's a kiddies book,but I love them as anO.A.P.

  • By susan ramsay on 21 March 2017

    This book has been very long awaited but it was worth the wait! It has everything and more. For true fans of Robin Jarvis it is a little gem and very very beautiful in its writing.

  • By bmuse on 19 February 2017

    I'm surprised to find myself the first reader to post a review at the UK site for Amazon, for this book. Yes, the third and final volume of the Hagwood Trilogy has been many years coming, but it came out in 2016 and it is 2017 already.I chose to read books One and Three and to skip number Two. My respects to those readers who feel an attachment to book Two, the Dark Waters of Hagwood, I mean nothing ill. But I found that there were enough summaries after the fact, in Book Three -- this one, "War in Hagwood" -- that I didn't need all the Book Two action.In some ways the plot is predictable, especially if you know your Tolkien. I do enjoy, however, seeing how Robin Jarvis gets to the end. Several characters from Book One, Thorn Ogres of Hagwood, return near the climax of the book, and it is surprising to see what they have to contribute. There is character development which informs the choices and decisions taken, and ends up driving the plot. If I were more specific, I would spoil the book, so I won't say more.Look for the chapter that takes the action underground to a chamber with two enormous subterranean serpents. Here is metaphor and symbol fleshed out and breathing. There are important hints handed out in the words and actions of those at this gathering below the surface.Thoroughly enjoyed and recommended.


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