The Nameless Soldier by Annie Douglass Lima

Young Llama Thoughts
  • Adventurous
  • Christian Friendly
  • Easy Reading
  • Humerous
  • Youth Appropriate
Overall
4.1 Llamas

Review

Ok, this might just be my favorite book from this series!!!!! It is AWESOME!!!!!! The book is a shorter story, but it is sooooooooo cool!!!!!!!!!! (I have loved all of Annie Douglass Lima’s books, but this one is my new favorite!)

The book is about the only surviving soldier of the Alasia’s army, and it is just amazing. It’s all about him trying to figure out what to do now and finding 3 girls who he feels like he should protect.

Now, there is mentions of bodies in this book and lots of violence… But the book is about a war! Of course there is going to be violence!!! (I would suggest this to 10 and up probably due to the violence.)

Over all, THIS BOOK IS AMAZING!!!! And I HIGHLY suggest this series to boys as well! I hope you all have a lovely day. -The Young Llama Reader.

Pros

  • AMAZING!!!!!
  • Awesome plot line, cool story and amazing characters!

Cons

  • There is a war going on so bodies and violence will be mentioned…

Nineteen-year-old Tarvic bears the name of a mighty hero from Alasia’s past. However, the young soldier feels anything but heroic when he regains consciousness to find himself the lone survivor of a brutal attack by invaders from the neighboring kingdom.

Forced to leave his identity behind, Tarvic is thrust into civilian life in the role of protector to three war orphans. When the four of them encounter a mysterious stranger, he must choose between keeping the young girls safe and taking on a mission that could help free his kingdom. Can Tarvic live up to his noble name and find a way to balance his duty and his dreams?

The Nameless Soldier is the fourth book in the Annals of Alasia, but the first four books can be read in any order, and each one can stand on its own.

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