The Winter War (The Prince Warriors)

A secret crest appeared. They are transported to a different world. There are a chosen few who know. They must be ready. Once they arrive, they receive gifts to complete a mysterious mission. The Winter War is book 4 in a series called The Prince Warriors.

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*The Winter War

Released: August 15, 2018
Publisher: B&H Kids

Page Count: 352
Ages: 8-12 years

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What is it about: After the youth are transported to a different location, they realize the mission was to fight a battle. They get battle-ready through lots of training. Scenes of fortress explosions and Lava Forager monsters appear through the story. They must continue until the battle is won. There is no turning back until the mission is accomplished.
Like: I liked that the story was told from different points of view. Many out-of-the ordinary events occur that made the story adventurous. I liked that the chapters are short. It made reading 300+ pages a little easier.
Dislike: I disliked that I didn’t read the first 3 books. There were a lot of characters.
Recommend: I would recommend it to older kids in middle school because it can be confusing to younger kids and there are scary scenes.

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