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by Laura Lond


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The Palace is Book 2 of The Adventures of Jecosan Tarres trilogy. Jecosan Tarres, Jeco said and added, knowing that his name alone would not mean anything, By recommendation of Lord Agassar Dallin.

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I am being asked time and again whether "The Adventures of Jecosan Tarres" is a children's book

Having completed his difficult journey. I am being asked time and again whether "The Adventures of Jecosan Tarres" is a children's book. No, it's not, though it is perfectly appropriate for children and especially recommended for family reading. My readers' ages range from 8 to 101 years old.

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The Palace is Book 2 of The Adventures of Jecosan Tarres Having completed his difficult journey, Jecosan makes it. .Jecosan enters in service to the king as a kitchen worker, proving himself worthy of the task and more.

The Palace is Book 2 of The Adventures of Jecosan Tarres Having completed his difficult journey, Jecosan makes it to his destination – the king's palace – but so has his enemy, whom he is yet to discover. Still, he has much to learn while looking to fulfill his purpose. The Palace is Book 2 of The Adventures of Jecosan Tarres trilogy.

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Having completed his difficult journey, Jecosan makes it to his destination – the king's palace – but so has his enemy, whom he is yet to discover.

Well, in this second book we see that he is. Not only that, Jecosan is accepted to serve at the palace, first at the . I greatly enjoyed the well-developed philosophy of the book, as well as many of the new characters introduced in this. Not only that, Jecosan is accepted to serve at the palace, first at the kitchen, then at the royal library rather hostile towards the kingdom of Tirgan, and he begins to act on that hostility. There is much more to the story than what I have just described. Lord Farizel’s puns made me grin more than once, I wish I had a sense of humor like that.

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The Adventures of Jecosan Tarres trilogy tells a story of a young blacksmith's apprentice visited by a supernatural messenger and called to prevent a war between two powerful kingdoms. THE JOURNEY - His warrior father killed and his mother dead by the time he was eight, Jecosan Tarres is young and poor. Yet he has things many men do not: a faithful heart, a strong spirit, and the knowledge of truth.

"The Palace" is Laura Lond's continuation of the "superbly written" story of Jecosan Tarres, as reviewed by readers young and old alike.

Having completed his difficult journey, Jecosan makes it to his destination the king's palace but so has his enemy, whom he is yet to discover. Jecosan enters in service to the king as a kitchen worker, proving himself worthy of the task and more. Still, he has much to learn while looking to fulfill his purpose. Although court life is luxurious and splendid, it is also complicated, with its hidden laws and unspoken rules. King Alvard III is a young and ambitious monarch whose hot temper is only restrained by one fearless lord, and in the presence of his sister, Princess Arvelina. Seeking counsel from the magician Henky-Roo, the king orders for the ancient Book of Light to be stolen from the neighboring kingdom of Tirgan. Little does he know that in doing so he may destroy his own country and people. Reports of a mysterious horseman being seen throughout the area thwarting the army and deterring the plans against Tirgan only infuriate the king.


Comments: (7)

Glei
Why would you want to read "The Adventures of Jecosan Tarres" yourself? Because it is full of happy times, suspense, noble sacrifice, heart-thrilling beauty, dramatic rescues, bad guys that get their just deserts, and good guys sticking to their principles against all costs-which brings to them a satisfying reward. Reading this thoroughly enjoyable story will change you, if you let it. It illustrates the basic principles of integrity, honesty, loyalty, and reaping what you sow. After finishing Book #2, I found myself comparing different aspects of the plot to my own life. By experiencing the story I was encouraged to improve myself and my own disciplines. I usually don't read a book again until several years have passed, but within a week after finishing the first two, I gathered my kids together and we have started at the beginning, reading "The Adventures" aloud and discussing its analogies.

All three books will need to be purchased to complete the story, so be prepared for the agony of an unfinished high-point if in your eagerness to dive into this pleasurable tale you begin reading without the final edition in your possession
Cia
Jeco has arrived at the King's palace of Kanavar where he works himself up the food chain until he becomes a scribe. During this time, he gains a friend, second-in-command to the king, and also gains a powerful enemy.

Well, I don't want to give away any more of the story.

However, this book was a solid read and a good follow-up to Book One of the Trilogy. I'm looking forward to reading the final book of the Trilogy. This series deserves a wider audience for fantasy readers: Christian and Secular.
Arcanefire
I got this book after reading the first book. This one didn't disappoint. I couldn't put it down and stayed up late reading it just so I could finish it. And I had to buy the third book as I NEEDED to finish the story! There are lots of plots and twists to keep it exciting.
Vetibert
Love this book, entertaining and with lots of take aways. I read the entire series!
Iaran
The first book left a bit of longing hanging that this middle book resolved. Jeco is a neat, improbably strong character of humility and grace.
Hra
very good reading well thought out and imaginative. look forward to the sequel. recommend to all readers. read the prequel also.
Wohald
This book was very enjoyable. I had to buy the rest of the series I enjoyed it so much, and needed to find out what happened
Really liked the book. Should have looked to see it was a trilogy, but it was worth it. Good Book
The Palace (The Adventures of Jecosan Tarres, Book 2) download epub
Literature & Fiction
Author: Laura Lond
ISBN: 1594672466
Category: Christian Books & Bibles
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Salem Communications (February 20, 2004)
Pages: 304 pages