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A Hero's Throne

A Hero's Throne Book #2 of The Ancient Earth Trilogy

By Ross Lawhead
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4 Stars

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On 4/15 winterbabe98 wrote: I reviewed the first book of Ross Lawhead's The Ancient Earth Trilogy in the past two years, it was "The Realms Thereunder". I was lucky to get the opportunity to read the second book in his trilogy recently called "A Hero's Throne". Until I read this book, I did not know that Ross was the son of Stephen ... I enjoyed A Hero's Throne

winterbabe98's Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/9 Tracy wrote: This is the second book of Ross Lawhead's in The Ancient earth trilogy, I had read "The realms There under" and enjoyed it immensely, so I had some very high expectations for this book! One of the issues I had with the first book, which did happen quite a bit more frequently in Lawhead's second book, ... A hero's throne

Tracy 's Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/12 Jonathan Esterman wrote: This book, as the second book in the trilogy, really should be read after the first book. It's designed that way. That said, Ross Lawhead delivers once again with an enchanting prose to complement his tale, luring readers in from the very first page. So be sure you have read the first book before starting ... Book Review: "A Hero's Throne" by Ross Lawhead

Jonathan Esterman's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/7 tweezle wrote: A Hero's ThroneBook #2 of The Ancient Earth TrilogyAuthor: Ross LawheadPublisher: Thomas NelsonISBN: 9781595549105Paperback: 336 PagesAbout the Book:“Knights of Ennor—the time has come to awake. Rise up to fulfill your secret oath and sacred duty.”Deep beneath the streets of England lies another ... A Hero's Throne by Ross Lawhead

tweezle's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/12 Faye wrote: My Review: Freya and Daniel, with their newfound companions continue on their quest to awaken the sleeping knights in their mission to save the world, from the dark forces below.Ok, first of all I want to tell you that it is VERY important to read the first book in the trilogy before picking this one ... A Hero's Throne by Ross Lawhead ~ Review

Faye 's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/11 Vieux Loup wrote: Fantasy Literature is probably my favorite genre so the theme of A Hero’s Throne fits right into my favorite category. Calling it fantasy literature assumes, of course, that I don’t really believe there is another realm under the country of England, a land inhabited by dragons, giants and those smelly ... A Hero's Throne

Vieux Loup's Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/11 Billy Burgess wrote: A Hero's ThroneThe Ancient Earth Trilogy By Ross LawheadPublisher: Thomas NelsonPub. Date: January 1, 2013ISBN: 978-1595549105ASIN: B00AE9I1OEPages: 336Review: I read anywhere between 100 to 250 books in any given year and only a few standout for me. One of those books happens to be the fantasy adventure ... Review - A Hero's Throne

Billy's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/10 Donna Safford wrote: Book Two of the "Ancient Earth Trilogy" by Ross Lawhead is here!Daniel Tully and Freya Reynolds are back, again trying to save their world from destruction by evil forces. Eight years has passed since their first adventure, and while they are older and a little more experienced, there has been some miscommunication ... "A Hero's Throne" by Ross Lawhead

Donna's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/4 Sojourner wrote: First, I must say that this is NOT a stand alone novel. If you haven’t yet read The Realms Thereunder, book one in the series, then you can read my review at If you have read The Realms Thereunder, then prepare to be reunited with its cast of characters as ... An excellent continuation of a fascinating tale

Sojourner's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/3 Scott Knight wrote: About a year and half ago I read the first book in the Ancient Earth Trilogy. It was pretty good and it had me looking forward to book to.  When I had the chance to review A Hero's Throne, I jumped at it.  I'm glad I did, but I have mixed feelings.This book picks up eight years after the events ... A Hero's Throne by Ross Lawhead - Book Review

Scott's Rating:

3 Stars