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The Keys To The Kingdom: Lord Sunday :: Book Review

The Keys To The Kingdom: Lord Sunday :: Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Feb 08, 2010
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

The Keys To The Kingdom: Lord Sunday is the seventh and last book in an amazing series by Garth Nix, who took the simplest concept – the seven days of the week – and turned them into a fantasy adventure unlike any other!

The Keys To The Kingdom: Lord Sunday Rating: 4


Author: Garth Nix

The Keys To The Kingdom: Lord Sunday is the seventh and last book in an amazing series by Garth Nix, who took the simplest concept – the seven days of the week – and turned them into a fantasy adventure unlike any other!


About The Books

On the first day, there was a mystery.

On the second day, there was darkness.

On the third day, there were pirates.

On the fourth day, there was war.

On the fifth day, there was fear.

On the sixth day, there was sorcery.

On the seventh day, there was a choice.

Now, if THAT doesn’t make you want to read this book series, we don’t know what will!


On The Seventh Day, There Was A Choice

We don’t want to give many juicy details away about this book, or the six books that precede it, but we will give you a little taste of what you’re in for …


Chapter 1 of Lord Sunday is about Arthur and what happened to him after the cliffhanger ending of Superior Saturday. His struggle to stay human has started as he has becomes more Denizen – and not a nice Denizen at that.


Chapter 2 is about Suzy Blue and what happened to her after the events of Superior Sunday. The chapter also introduces a brand-new character we know you’re going to love!


That’s it! If you wanna know more, check out a Podcast about Lord Sunday and be sure to pick up the book yourself!


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