Review: The Thief’s Daughter by Jeff Wheeler

The Thief’s Daughter is the second book in the Kingfountain Series. However, it can easily be understood and enjoyed without having read The Queen’s Poisoner, which is the first book of the series. The story takes place in Kingfountain, an author-created world with a mystical and medieval feel to it.

The point-of-view character is Owen Kiskaddon, a Fountain-blessed 17 Year Old. The threat of invasion hanging over Ceredigion and an imposter claiming rights to the throne set the stage for this incredible yet believable tale. The story twists and turns while Owen tries to discern who is trustworthy and who is not, all the while having his loyalty harshly tested by King Severn.

The characters are described and expressed in such efficient detail as to give them a depth beyond what might be expected, quickly earning them a place in your heart. It’s what I love most about this series because, similar to real life, it’s usually not just black and white but a plethora of grey. This character depth in combination with the nature and flow of the tale itself make The Thief’s Daughter an easy book to read and an impossible one to put down. Overall, I rate The Thief’s Daughter 5 out of 5 bookworms.

Don’t just take my word for it. Order The Thief’s Daughter by clicking here and enjoy it for yourself! This book is also available on Kindle Unlimited!

For more information about Jeff Wheeler and his work, visit his website.

I can’t wait to read the final installment of The Kingfountain Series, which is scheduled to be published 6 September 2016! You can preorder The King’s Traitor by clicking here.

The theme phrase for The Kingfountain Series seems to be, “Loyalty binds me.” King Severn tests the loyalty of his subjects harshly. Would you have remained loyal through the tests Owen faced? Why or why not? Let me know in the comments!


Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s