Lexicon Chase and the Riddle Song

Lexicon Chase and the Riddle Song - EbookLexicon Chase and the Riddle Song (Book 2)

With Lexi’s return, the original quest has ended, but not all is grand in Everhope. After risking her life in search of a fairy tale, guided by nothing but rumors and unwritten histories, someone is still hunting Lexicon Chase, Princess and Holiday Royal.

Having survived an assassination attempt even the Shadow Dorm would disavow, Lexicon is forced to flee her castle, her city, and her people to save herself, even as the city of Everhope falls under siege by a troll hoard no one could imagine, more or less believe was real.

Lexi now must find a lost tribe of people hidden beyond the Great Blight, the last keepers of the Riddle Song, and learn its forgotten secrets to save Everhope.

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“Any reader who loves a great fantasy, young adult or not, should absolutely pick up this book and read it as soon as possible …”
~Tracy A. Fisher, Readers’ Favorite

“This is the kind of book you’ll want your daughters (and sons) to read.”
~ Lorraine Bartlett, New York Times Best-Selling Author

“… we may have another Harry Potter on our hands.”
~Ray Simmons, Readers’ Favorite

“Lexicon does what heroines do. She continues the struggle. I love that about her. Another quest is in order and she doesn’t hesitate to take up the struggle again…Jonathan Fore has done it again…He may be creating a legend that young girls will be reading and talking about for years to come.”
~Ray SimmonsReaders’ Favorite

“The strength of the story that charms readers from the first installment has been deftly maintained…the engaging prose retains its substantial fantasy flair.”
~Lit AmriReaders’ Favorite

“…a fast-paced fantasy novel with a lot of strong and evocative characters.
Lexicon Chase and the Riddle Song by Jonathan Fore is a real winner, and fans of the genre will be thrilled to have stumbled upon this gem.”
~Ryan JordanReaders’ Favorite

“This is a book that teaches valuable morals without trying to and this should make it easier for its message to resonate with children of all ages.”
~Maria BeltranReaders’ Favorite

“The plot is fast-paced, the characters compelling, and the story itself is humorous without lacking in the values that make fairy tales the sunny country of common sense.”
~Romuald Dzemo, Reader’s Favorite