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Jennifer A. Nielsen

Forfatter af The False Prince

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Jennifer A. Nielsen was born in Utah. Her first book, Elliot and the Goblin War, was published in 2010. She is the author of The Underworld Chronicles, The Ascendance Trilogy, and the Praetor War series. She also wrote the sixth book of the Infinity Ring series, Behind Enemy Lines. (Bowker Author vis mere Biography) vis mindre

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Værker af Jennifer A. Nielsen

The False Prince (2012) 2,949 eksemplarer
A Night Divided (2015) 1,505 eksemplarer
The Runaway King (2013) 1,286 eksemplarer
The Shadow Throne (2014) 942 eksemplarer
Resistance (2018) 812 eksemplarer
Mark of the Thief (2015) 672 eksemplarer
Words on Fire (2019) 630 eksemplarer
The Traitor's Game (2018) 452 eksemplarer
The Scourge (2016) 370 eksemplarer
Rise of the Wolf (2016) 264 eksemplarer
Rescue (2021) 227 eksemplarer
Captive Kingdom (2020) 208 eksemplarer
Behind Enemy Lines (2013) 202 eksemplarer
Wrath of the Storm (2017) 199 eksemplarer
Horizon: Deadzone (2017) 175 eksemplarer

Associated Works

Who Done It? (2013) — Bidragyder — 135 eksemplarer

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Kort biografi
New York Times Bestselling author, Jennifer Nielsen, was born and raised in northern Utah, where she still lives today with her family, a dog that won’t play fetch, and a cat that hallucinates. She loves chocolate, old books, and lazy days in the mountains.

New York Times

Jennifer has won multiple awards including the Sydney Taylor Notable Book Award, multiple Whitney Awards, and several state book awards. Also, she once won a garden rototiller, though that’s probably not relevant here.[from the website, retrieves 3/16/2021)



For an audience of young adults, this is the first book of a series; a captivating piece of fantasy and historical fiction about Nic, a young slave whose chief concern is to keep his sister safe, who is forced to enter a sealed mine to retrieve Cesar’s treasures but, due to difficulties beyond his control that involve a menacing griffin and a collapsing cave, finds himself escaping with, rather than returning with, Cesar’s coveted bulla. We read on in hopes that Nic avoids recapture and figures out who to trust and how to use his newly discovered powers to keep his sister . . . and Rome, safe. (Well-read by MacLeod Andrews)… (mere)
TraSea | 19 andre anmeldelser | Apr 29, 2024 |
Nothing will ever top Jennifer's A Night Divided but this one was still a good read.

4 Stars

Content: death, violence, murder
libraryofemma | 20 andre anmeldelser | Apr 18, 2024 |
First sentence: If I'd known what was coming that morning, I'd have done things differently. I certainly wouldn't have fought with my mother.

Premise/plot: Jennifer Nielsen's newest book is set in Poland during the Second World War. It is a fictionalized account inspired by a real teenager, Lidia Zakrzewski, a Resistance fighter. Lidia, our heroine, is outraged when Poland falls and the Nazis invade. Everything changes dramatically in such a short amount of time. Her home life--which had some tension before with a difficult mother--becomes truly dramatic. Still, she keeps on keeping on--resisting, persisting, doing anything and everything to defy the new regime. "Simple" things like going to an illegal school so she can continue her education. More difficult things like becoming a messenger--running messages for those in the resistance--before ultimately becoming a fighter herself. This is a brutal coming of age story set in a harsh environment.

My thoughts: I have never been disappointed by Jennifer A. Nielsen. Still holds true with her newest book. I found this one engaging. I read it quickly--one or two sittings--because I just got caught up in the story. It was a rough read as many war books are. But it was a GREAT read. Definitely recommended.
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blbooks | 1 anden anmeldelse | Apr 1, 2024 |
Representation: N/A
Trigger warnings: World War II, antisemitism, self-sacrifice and death of a person, military violence and war themes
Score: Seven out of ten.
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It's here. It's finally here. I wanted to read Rescue for months, but someone transferred it before I could. Months later, I transferred it back to a library I visited so I could pick it up, and then I glanced at the blurb, which made it seem like an intriguing and enjoyable story about secret codes set in WWII. I liked this one.

It starts with the first person I see, Meg, fleeing from her home and father after the Germans invaded it, and all that's left of him are some encrypted notes. It may seem like all hope is lost for her, but that's not what happens. Meg tries to find her father using her knowledge of codes to solve the mysteries to find her father. This work is one of the slower historical novels I've read, but it was still satisfying much like Words on Fire, even though it's like a younger version of Elizabeth Wein's The Enigma Game. I liked Meg as a character because of her realism since she doesn't get everything right and it takes time for her to succeed. I predicted a plot twist, which tells me I might not be the right audience and I already saw one of the messages in the code long before Meg found it out. However, I didn't see the second message. The pacing is right for me as the slower parts never bored me and the fast-paced conclusion was enthraling. I'd recommend this one for anyone who has a taste in historical/war fiction.
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Law_Books600 | Mar 18, 2024 |



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