King’s Warrior by Jenelle Leanne Schmidt

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


So long story short, my amazing llama sister asked me if I would like to review this book. And I am so glad she asked me because I really enjoyed it. Now I’m usually into Christian fiction or Historical fiction but I really loved reading this book.

King’s Warrior is about this princess who is sent to find a man who can help save her kingdom. The kingdom is under the belief that they are about to go to war and the king sends his daughter to find the one man he believes can help them. During their journey they learn that the heir to the throne is within their little group and that the kingdom needs more help than one man. They need dragons.

It really is an interesting story. I couldn’t put the book down with all the mystery going on. Honestly, I couldn’t find any fault in this book either. No curse words, no gross stuff, nothing. (That really made me happy.) It’s a great book that you could read with the family, but there is one issue. The book is amazing, absolutely, but it is a little difficult to read. The writing process of this book is a little strange. Unlike most books, the perspective points (that means which person you seeing the story through) has everyone on one page. Every character’s perspective is together. You really have to focus to see which person is the one your seeing through.

But other than that, this book is great. And I just want to say…. Thank You Jenelle for sending it to us! (I’m definitely going to read the other books.) Hope you liked my review.   -The Tiger Reader


  • It’s adventurous.
  • Intriguing story
  • (Really it’s a book that leaves you craving for more.)


  • It can be a little hard to read due to the writing style.

The hope of their world rests on the steel at his side…

Threat of invasion looms. Oraeyn dreams of glory on the battlefield. Instead, he must engage in a battle of wills with a headstrong princess while ushering her to safety (and boredom) in a small village. But they must put aside their differences to save their homeland and complete the second part of their mission: seek out the legendary King’s Warrior to persuade him to take up arms once more.

When their journey leads them to the lost realm of the dragons they get more adventure than either of them bargained for!

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