The Mapkeeper and the Rise of the Wardens

The Mapkeeper and the Rise of the Wardens Lucy Barnes led an unremarkable life She lived with her two brothers and her father in the cozy snowy little town of Algid under the oppressive jurisdiction of a future government called the Commune

  • Title: The Mapkeeper and the Rise of the Wardens
  • Author: Katie Cash
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Lucy Barnes led an unremarkable life She lived with her two brothers and her father in the cozy, snowy little town of Algid under the oppressive jurisdiction of a future government called the Commune until her world was turned upside down.Sole heir to a magical map that whisks her away to a world known as Praxis Natural disasters occur and frequently, and an unLucy Barnes led an unremarkable life She lived with her two brothers and her father in the cozy, snowy little town of Algid under the oppressive jurisdiction of a future government called the Commune until her world was turned upside down.Sole heir to a magical map that whisks her away to a world known as Praxis Natural disasters occur and frequently, and an undercurrent of fear is palpable in Praxis Lucy finds herself suddenly expected to learn to use the map s power to help save Praxis from the stirrings of a dark force.Now an entire realm is relying on her.Lucy must push herself to her limits and learn to harness the power of her newfound gifts before the Wardens annihilate the creatures of Praxis As the Mapkeeper, her abilities are the only power strong enough to save them from destruction Barely understanding the difference between a gnome and a goblin, she finds herself pummeled into a vortex of mysteries and dangers alongside newfound friends in Praxis But enemies are all around her, sometimes even disguised as friends with time running out, who can she trust Will she uncover the incredible truth before it s too late

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      Published :2019-09-04T17:11:56+00:00

    About "Katie Cash"

    1. Katie Cash

      Katie Cash lives in San Diego and enjoys running, surfing, competing in triathlons, and, of course, writing She also hosts an annual badminton tournament, rides a 150cc Vespa scooter, and plays the cello She can most often be found exploring new running trails, at the beach, hunkered down writing in a coffee shop, or sampling a new local craft beer at one of San Diego s many craft breweries.

    800 thoughts on “The Mapkeeper and the Rise of the Wardens”

    1. ExcellentI thoroughly enjoyed reading this first of a trilogy of "The Mapkeeper and the Secret of the Wardens". The book held my interest from beginning to end. I look forward to Katie Cash's second book of the series!


    2. In the beginning we see that Lucy and her family (two brothers and father) live in a (country?) called the Commune, where everyone’s afraid of being overheard making even the smallest of complaint. So what happens when the government realize she’s the next mapkeeper? The big muckety-muck himself makes an announcement at her school about hiring her for his staff, takes her away by helicopter, talks to her, and then returns her with the map in her possession. A powerful government guy should h [...]


    3. This was an interesting way to mix two genres--the post-apocalyptic feel of the Hunger Games with the medieval situation of Merlin or any other Arthurian saga. Lucy is a relatable as a main character--she's compassionate, she trusts her brothers and has a good relationship with them, and she seems fairly intelligent, figuring out the map's magic on the fly. And the map's magic has a logical consistency--always nice to read a book that has the magic figured out.On the flip side, this book was pro [...]


    4. My main complaint is that the first half of the book "plods". Instead of immersing us into the action of the story, we're taken on a tour of discovery. Not much happens other than wandering around and tasting the two worlds (first Lucy's semi-modern home world and then that of a Medieval alternate (Praxis). The character development doesn't quite make the trip. I don't even know how old Lucy is (maybe I missed something early on?).Fortunately, the action picks up in the second half, but Lucy and [...]


    5. The story was fun and I think that there's a lot more going on, which I am very excited to see! Ms. Cash has clearly got a great idea for her story, and I look forward to seeing where it's going. For a longer review check out: my full review


    6. Really great book and I can't wait till the second one comes out soon! Recommend this book to anyone really who likes magic and battles haha!



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