Read Beast & Crown (Beast & Crown #1) Online Free - From the author of The Fog Diver comes a new epic fantasy series, delivering a thrilling combination of adventure and humor! Beast & Crown is a sweeping two-book series filled with goblins and ogres and magic, in which a daring group of friends must decide if it’s worth sacrificing a few to protect the many.
Sally is tough. Roz is smart. But thirteen-year-old bootboy Ji is sneaky.
And after years of scrubbing at muddy soles and untangling laces, Ji is done with being a servant. He doesn’t want to polish leather, he doesn’t want to bow and scrape. All he wants is freedom-for himself and his friends.
So he risks everything for a chance for them to accompany a young nobleman to the Diadem Rite, a magical ritual that chooses the heir to the Summer Crown. Ji doesn’t care about crowns or ceremonies; but he vows that this expedition will grant them all new lives, far away from stables and boots and servitude.
But Ji doesn’t know that he and his friends have a crucial part to play in the Diadem Rite. One that will change them forever.
|Title||:||Beast & Crown (Beast & Crown #1)|
|Number of Pages||:||384 pages|
June 19, 2017
ARC provided by Young Adult Books Central
Jiyong is a boot boy in the Primstone Manor, where he is friends with Sally, a maid, as well as the governess Roz. When the nephew of the owner of Primstone is chosen to go to the city to participate in the Diadem Rite, he is hopeful that he will be chosen...
May 11, 2017
I was a HUGE fan of the Fog Diver, but this book was amazing. It started a little slow, but had enough humor and story line to keep you going. By the middle of the story, it really takes off. I am already for the second book, and this one isn't on store shelves yet. lol! I may have my Tween Book...
August 15, 2017
I received this book in a giveaway. I think the cover caught my eye. I mistakenly thought it was a YA novel, when it was actually a children’s book (ages 8-12). In spite of this, I really enjoyed it. It was a fun and easy read. It’s been some time since I last read an adventure/fantasy novel. The...