The Iron Ring
When Tamar, the young king of Sundari, loses a dice game, he loses everything--his kingdom, its riches, and even the right to call his life his own. His bondage is symbolized by the iron ring that appears mysteriously on his finger. To Tamar, born to the warrior caste, honor is everything. So he sets out on a journey to make good on his debt--and even to give up his life if necessary. And that journey leads him into a world of magic, where animals can talk, the foolish are surprisingly wise, and danger awaits...
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This book is exciting and fun-filled and full with exciting adventures and exciting characters. The plot is tremendously thougt out and deals with a real life problem (caste system) in a social area in Ancient China. It is a great book for young readers ready to read an exciting novel. It's a must read!
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I rarely remember how I got my books, especially those I have owned for a long time, but The Iron Ring is an exception. I had just finished completing the summer reading program with Barnes & Noble ... Read full review
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