The Thief Queen's Daughter
Book Two of The Lost Journals of Ven PolyphemeThe Lost Journals of Ven Polypheme (Volume 2)
Elizabeth Haydon; Interior illustrations by Jason Chan
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On Sale: 06/26/2007
ISBN: 9781429916318320 Pages, Ages 10-14
Readers will welcome The Thief Queen's Daughter, the second volume in Elizabeth Haydon's critically-acclaimed The Lost Journals of Ven Polypheme fantasy series for middle grade readers
On his first day on the job as Royal Reporter of the land of Serendair, Charles Magnus Ven Polypheme—known as Ven—is sent by King Vandemere on a secret mission within the walls of the Gated City. The king warns Ven to take care—because once you enter the Gated City, you might never be allowed to leave. The Gated City is ruled by the powerful Raven's Guild, and the guild is ruled by the Queen of Thieves.
Ven and his friends enter the Gated City ready for adventure. But when one friend is kidnapped and it is revealed that they are traveling in the company of the runaway daughter of the Queen of Thieves herself, their adventure turns deadly. For the ruthless Thief Queen will stop at nothing to get her daughter back…
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A Bad Morning
I should have known I would get fired my first day on the job.
All the signs were there. I was just too excited to see them.
This was to be my first official journal entry as Royal Reporter to Vandemere,...
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Praise for The Thief Queen's Daughter
"Haydon not only maintains the dazzling action, convincing characterizations, and vigorous world building of the first book, but also carefully paves the way for further installments in the Lost Journals of Ven Polypheme series. Another surefire winner.” —Booklist
“This first-rate novel will have wide appeal.” —School Library Journal-