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  1. Zach Sparks Zach Sparks says:

    I will admit that I first picked this book up because Ursula Jones wrote it and she is finishing up her sister Diana’s last novel I will also admit that I didn't put it down because it is very goodI fear that this book is being doomed to obscurity The publisher Inside Pocket Ltd seems to have gone out of business or at any rate their homepage says that they have ceased trading This is a shame and I sincerely hope that the copyright has returned to Ursula Jones because this is 1 a good book; and 2 the first in a stated trilogyIt has everything you could really want in a book; murder intrigue the succession of royals clever plot twists secret passages love growing up and even a few comedies of manners Normally I try to avoid making comparisons between the works of one author and another mostly because I believe that authors should be judged on their own merits and not the yardsticks of other writers It reminded me a great deal of Terry Pratchett’s Nation but this does not detract from the story in any way There are some similarities to be found in the minor details A “cultured” girl having to come to terms with a native boy who may be her only hope is the top one that spring to mind In other ways this book reminded me of when the British Empire had settlements and occupied parts of India it just had that sort of feel to it Ursula Jones even manages to throw in a few of Diana Wynne Jones’ favorite tropes owing greatly I’m sure to the fact that they had the same upbringing The one that probably sticks out most are Fidelis’ parents Both of them are keen on arguing except on politics which is the one subject they can agree on They also use Fidelis as a sort of pawn between them a way of getting even and her father barely notices her for the first half of the book Thankfully though by the end Fidelis’ parents do finally come around in a way that reminds me of the same sort of emotional tone at the end of The Ogre DownstairsI started out a little shaky in my reading because I kept trying to place a time period on what I was reading Part of that I think I can safely blame on the cover which put me in the mind set of long ago and far away Inventions and innovations such as ice cream lifts elevators indoor plumbing guns and finally motorcars forced me to believe that my first assumption was wrong and that the book if set in anything like our own world is somewhere near the late 1800's to early 1900's It could also be that I am being too critical of a “children’s” book I put children’s in uotes because like Diana Ursula Jones doesn't seem to write down to children but instead lets them take the book at face value It makes for a very good and refreshing readI won't post a synopsis or any other such spoilers but I urge you to give this book a chance I honestly think that if DWJ had a chance to read it that she would have loved it for the story and not just for the fact that her sister wrote it I will say that while the book does end mostly satisfactorily that it is left open for another book to follow it There was one other minor thing that I thought I should mention I'm not sure about the editing in some parts of this book It's nothing too serious and it's mostly punctuation like an extra or misplaced period or comma What I do hope is that Harper Collins might pick up Ursula Jones as a new author since she finished up The Islands of Chaldea and reprint The Lost King under a new editor or at least just let her finish out the trilogy


  2. Donna Donna says:

    I really wish people were finding this book Great adventure cast of real characters and gritty kids who are making things happen in their world Rarely say this but kids who liked Harry Potter will find some of the same elements here within a completely different plot maze like castle murdered parents slow reveal of what really happened all those years ago and a group of friends muddling along but getting it done Thumbs up I enjoyed the milieu and the action keeps the story moving along Read ARC


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  • Paperback
  • 349 pages
  • The Lost King
  • Ursula Jones
  • English
  • 02 February 2016
  • 9781908458124

About the Author: Ursula Jones

There is than one author with this nameWhen I was little I wanted to be an actress I still wanted to be one when I grew up so I became oneHaving trained at RADA Royal Academy of Dramatic Art I worked in what The Lost PDF \ was called ‘weekly rep’ The actors put on a play every week performing one at night and rehearsing the next one during the day It’s hard work I shed kilos Then I took a banana.