The Chestnut King

The Chestnut King

Book - 2010
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Henry's final battle has arrived in the third book of the bestselling 100 Cupboard series, about 100 cupboard doors leading to 100 worlds of adventure!
 
Hidden cupboards behind Henry's bedroom wall unlocked portals to other worlds that Henry and his cousin Henrietta couldn't resist exploring. But they made one terrible mistake-- they released the undying witch Nimiane. Her goal? To drain all life from every world connected to the cupboards. Henry must seek out the Chestnut King to defeat her, but doing so comes at a price--one that will force Henry to make a terrible, irreversible choice. With the fate of the worlds and everyone Henry loves hanging in the balance, will he have the courage to do what is needed to destroy the witch once and for all?
 
Want to know where the cupboards came from? Don't miss the latest book in the series, The Door Before !
 
Praise for the 100 Cupboards series:
"A must-read series!" -- The Washington Post
 
"This is my favorite kind of fantasy." --Tamora Pierce, #1 New York Times bestselling author
Publisher: New York : Random House, 2010.
ISBN: 9780375838859
Branch Call Number: J WIL

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Chickenzilla
May 08, 2016

I don't get why N. D. Wilson isn't a more popular author!!! I don't know anyone that reads his books, but I love, love, LOVE THEM!! Such a good ending to this trilogy! The very last chapters make me sooo happy!!

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indigo_fox_109
Apr 18, 2016

LOVE this series.

raydat51 Mar 30, 2012

Nathan Wilson may be one of the most evocative storytellers in literature today. His prose is stellar, his characters believable and his plots intricate but also well realized ahd plausible.
I borrowed these for my eleven year old daughter and ended up staying up at night reading them. They are equally well suited for adults. Read them, you will not regret it.

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conradvw
Sep 23, 2012

conradvw thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 15

StratfordLibrary Jun 24, 2010

StratfordLibrary thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 14

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conradvw
Sep 23, 2012

very fun action packed descriptive story

StratfordLibrary Jun 24, 2010

In Book 3 of the 100 Cupboards series, a 12-year-old boy, Henry, must enter another world to find the legendary and celebrated Chestnut King. Henry’s task is difficult and dangerous. It is also extremely confusing. Are the Chestnut King’s wishes really honorable? And who, really, is the Chestnut King?

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