When Herny York found 99 cupboards hidden behind his bedroom wall, he never dreamed they were doors to entirely new worlds! Unfortunately, Henry's discovery freed an ancient, undying witch, whose hunger for power would destroy every world connected to the cupboards and every person whom Henry loves. Henry must seek out the legendary Chestnut King for help. Everything has a price, however, and the Chestnut King;s desire may be as dangerous as the witch herself.
N. D. Wilson concludes a remarkable, worlds-spanning journey that began with one boy and 100 avenues to adventure.
©2010 N.D. Wilson; (P)2010 Listening Library
My husband and I read this on a road trip years ago while traveling back and forth between family and school. It was a fun read that my husband especially enjoyed because of the baseball references and the very alive characters.
We recently shared it with our children. Our youngest at age 8 asked if it was the last book in the story. I thought she was ready for it to be done so that she could put in a movie or something, which is normally her request. I was surprised when I told her that is was the last book in the series she was disappointed. She wanted to know what happened to all the lives she'd been drawn into in this very good read! Fun , strong characters and a great adventure.
The Chestnut King is the finale to a wonderful trilogy and Nathan Wilson is probably the best author of this genre since Tolkein and Lewis.
Very well and clearly narrated... Listened to it several times now and it doesn't get stale.
Perfect Ending for the series
the Progress in the story was much better and faster than the past two books and everything came together perfectly.
omg. i'll read any book Russel Horton narrate.. he is just simply awesome. i lived every page every line he read, i felt as if every character was a live and was performed by a different person.
The book definitely is darker than the past two books which meant more crying on my end haha. but i loved it a lot. it brought a perfect conclusion to the story and made me feel sad and a bit lonely knowing there isn't any more to the story.
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