The Oaken Throne

The Oaken Throne : Book Two of the Deptford Histories

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The second book of the Deptford Histories brings readers into a time when a series of dark wars between the bats and the squirrels has raged for years. The squirrel leader, the Starwife, has been betrayed and poisoned. As she lies dying, she summons a falcon to take the magic Silver Acorn to safety. Far away, the squirrel maiden Ysabelle is unaware of the devastating events. But she rescues the Silver Acorn and embarks on a perilous journey to return it. Along the way, she meets Vespertilio, a young bat who has dreamed of waging battle against the squirrels. In this gripping prequel to the Deptford Mice trilogy, the battle of good and evil reaches new heights as Vesper and Ysabelle desperately attempt to save their lands from destruction.show more

Product details

  • 0-5
  • Hardback | 384 pages
  • 162.6 x 231.1 x 38.1mm | 680.4g
  • Chronicle Books (CA)
  • United States
  • English
  • 1587172771
  • 9781587172779

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"Readers will have a hard time putting down this dark, gripping tale of love, treachery, and the clashing forces of good versus evil. This second book in the series stands completely on its own. The well-rounded characters enhance the excellent plot, which is sure to keep readers on the edge of their seats up to the very last page. Fans of the previous book and of the "Deptford Mice" trilogy will not be disappointed. This book will also appeal to fans of Brian Jacques' "Redwall" series." -School Library Journalshow more

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