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  • ISBN: 0525525882
  • ISBN: 9780525525882
  • ISBN: 0525525904
  • ISBN: 9780525525905
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (1 audio file (13 hr., 22 min., 26 sec.)).
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  • Edition: Unabridged.
  • Publisher: New York : Listening Library (Audio), 2018.

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Participant or Performer Note: Read by Saskia Maarleveld.
Summary, etc.: For fans of Victoria Aveyard's Red Queen and Sabaa Tahir's An Ember in the Ashes, Ash Princess is an epic new fantasy about a throne cruelly stolen and a girl who must fight to take it back for her people. Theodosia was six when her country was invaded and her mother, the Fire Queen, was murdered before her eyes. On that day, the Kaiser took Theodosia's family, her land, and her name. Theo was crowned Ash Princess--a title of shame to bear in her new life as a prisoner. For ten years Theo has been a captive in her own palace. She's endured the relentless abuse and ridicule of the Kaiser and his court. She is powerless, surviving in her new world only by burying the girl she was deep inside. Then, one night, the Kaiser forces her to do the unthinkable. With blood on her hands and all hope of reclaiming her throne lost, she realizes that surviving is no longer enough. But she does have a weapon: her mind is sharper than any sword. And power isn't always won on the battlefield. For ten years, the Ash Princess has seen her land pillaged and her people enslaved. That all ends here.
Target Audience Note:
9-12.
Source of Description Note:
Hard copy version record.
Subject: Prisoners
Princesses
Courts and courtiers
YOUNG ADULT FICTION -- Fantasy -- Epic
Prisoners -- Fiction
Courts and courtiers -- Fiction
Princesses -- Fiction
Genre/Form: Young adult fiction.
Downloadable audio books.
Fiction.
Audiobooks.
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