Tomorrow's Kingdom: Book 3 Of The Gypsy King Trilogy by Maureen FergusTomorrow's Kingdom: Book 3 Of The Gypsy King Trilogy by Maureen Fergus

Tomorrow's Kingdom: Book 3 Of The Gypsy King Trilogy

byMaureen Fergus

Hardcover | July 8, 2014

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Gypsy King series

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Persephone has once again broken a promise to Azriel—but only to protect him from certain death at the hands of the Regent Mordecai. Now she finds herself desperately alone and burdened by responsibilities he would do almost anything to escape. But the days of putting her own needs first are long past, and when it becomes clear that Mordecai and Lord Bartok will sacrifice anyone and anything in their battle for control of the kingdom, Persephone knows she must find a way to thwart them both.

She also knows that she cannot do it alone.

Does Persephone have the courage and cleverness she will need to survive the challenges she will face along the way? Will she ever again feel Azriel’s powerful arms around her? And what does any of this have to do with the prophesied Gypsy

King and the role he will play in tomorrow’s kingdom?

Maureen Fergus is the author of  four novels for young people: The Gypsy King, Exploits of a Reluctant (But Extremely Goodlooking) Hero and Recipe for Disaster, of which the latter two were both shortlisted for the McNally Robinson Book for Young People Award, and Ortega, which won the McNally Robinson Book for Young People Award. S...
Title:Tomorrow's Kingdom: Book 3 Of The Gypsy King TrilogyFormat:HardcoverProduct dimensions:464 pages, 8.75 × 5.75 × 1.4 inShipping dimensions:8.75 × 5.75 × 1.4 inPublished:July 8, 2014Publisher:PRH Canada Young ReadersLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0670067660

ISBN - 13:9780670067664

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love the ending This book went a direction that young adult novels don't really go to. Azriel and Persephone have to go through very adult moments despite their young ages in this novel. Not my favourite out of the series. I didn't like the last couple of chapters which got quite dark and depressing. However, I loved the ending with the epilogue, it suited Azriel and Persephone's relationship quite nicely.
Date published: 2017-09-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Great Finale This final book in the series lost some of the spontaneity and wit of the first two books, instead favoring grand battles and terrible last moments and all sorts of drama. I loved the direction Azriel and Persephone's relationship went, even if I saw it coming all the way back in A Fool's Errand. If I had to complain about anything, it would be that the Pool of Genezing arc wasn't all that developed, which was sad. I liked the way it tied in at the end, but I would have liked it to be a little bit less of an afterthought. This series was just really really great, and I loved it, and I am super sad that it's over.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Review from Esther's Ever After *Note that this review contains NO SPOILERS for ANY book in the series. Maureen Fergus swept me away with the first book in her YA fantasy series, The Gypsy King. I loved the sequel, but I was a bit apprehensive waiting for Tomorrow's Kingdom to come out. The ending of a series is so difficult, but Tomorrow's Kingdom completely nails it. Tomorrow's Kingdom marks the end of a terrific fantasy series; one that I highly recommend to both fans of fantasy and readers who are new to it. Reasons to Read: 1. Uncommon stakes for YA: One thing I love about The Gypsy King is that Persephone is put in a position fairly unique position compared to her YA counterparts. She takes on responsibilities virtually unheard of for most characters in YA - and that's part of why I love this series. And the risks have never been greater for Persephone than they are in Tomorrow's Kingdom. In some ways, this makes it seem like a more mature read, yet it will still enthrall younger readers. 2. The adventure of a lifetime: Persephone embarks on a quest that will change her life. It's not at all what she expected for her future, but she's a resilient young woman who adapts to the difficult situations she encounters. Tomorrow's Kingdom is the conclusion of an epic adventure, which is sure to please readers who appreciate courageous characters on a risky journey. And as much as I loved the ending, the losses are strongly felt. 3. Endearing secondary characters: I adore Persephone and Azriel, but I'm just as in love with the minor characters from the story as well! I didn't realize how much so until this third book. Persephone and Azriel make friends with so many people along the way, and they really add this extra dimension of depth to the story. The story becomes about much more than simply Persephone's life - it's about the future of an entire kingdom which is perfectly exemplified by the little group Persephone brings together. I have loved following Persephone's story over these past couple of years. Fantasy has always been one of my favourite book genres, and The Gypsy King series is one in particular that I enjoy and will miss reading. It has plenty of excitement for its readers, with characters that will stay with you long past the time you finish reading the books. Just as importantly, it's great for readers who both love fantasy as much as I do and those readers who still need an introduction to it. Hardcover personally purchased.
Date published: 2014-09-24

Editorial Reviews

“The major appeal of the book is the plot, which speeds along, filled with episodes of capture, incarceration in rat-infested dungeons, ingenious escapes, and reversals. . . . The trilogy has great appeal for teenage girls.” - Resource Links