King of Malorn by Annie Douglass Lima

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


Ok ok! THIS is my new favorite book by Annie Douglass Lima!!!! It is soooooooo good and I absolutely LOVE IT!!!!!!! This is the 5th book in her Annals of Alasia and it is AMAZING! (I TOTALLY suggest this series to everyone! And the first 4 books can be read in any order. But you should probably read this book after everything else or it will spoil the first few… But I mean, I guess you can read it before the rest… But it does have spoilers in it from the first books.)

This book is after the big war in the first few books, and it is AWESOME! There are a bunch of different characters to fall in love with and soooooo many super cool story twists in it too! (I fell head over heels in love with this book, Thank you Ms. Annie for writing such an amazing book!!!!)

There is violence in the book, some people get stabbed and die… But it’s not super described. (It’s your normal violence, they got stabbed, they are bleeding, they are dead… Completely normal… 🙂 ) And the book can be a little hard to read in the middle when the characters are figuring everything out, but it isn’t that hard. More like medium hard. (And the book is LONG, which are my favorite kinds of books. Cause then there’s more action, adventure and awesomeness!!!!!)

Over all, I love this book and TOTALLY SUGGEST IT TO TEENS AND KIDS!!!!! (Also this might be the longest review I have ever typed… That’s how much I love it!) I definitely suggest Annie’s entire series too. You should totally get this books! -The Young Llama Reader. (aka Annie Douglass Lima’s biggest fan!)


  • A very good book for both boys and girls!
  • Awesome plot line!!!!


  •  Some violence
  • Can be a little hard to read

Life as the king’s younger sister should be exciting.

Not for Princess Kalendria. She’s sick of the dissent and of constantly having her family undermined by those who think they could rule Malorn better than King Korram.

Hoping to lighten the mood in the palace, Kalendria plans a ball to celebrate her seventeenth birthday. It doesn’t hurt that their handsome Alasian ally King Jaymin has promised to attend, and she’s been waiting for him to notice her for as long as she can remember.

But unfriendly forces have their own party plans. When Kalendria, Korram, and Jaymin barely survive an assassination attempt, their only recourse is to flee into the wilderness. Tracked by unknown assassins, they must figure out whom they can trust and who is behind the plot. Can Kalendria help her brother reclaim his throne – oh, and catch Jaymin’s attention while she’s at it – before they are all killed and war destroys both kingdoms?

Annals of Alasia series

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