A Question of Sovereignty – Allon - Book 4

A Question of Sovereignty
329 Pages
ISBN 978-0-9829204-3-5

"He shall be Allon's greatest king; of such a heritage as to rule Guardian and mortal alike . . ." so says the prophecy about the man to succeed Ellis. Since the death of his son, he has delayed finding a husband for his next heir, Ellan. He finally decides upon Prince Sullivan of Gorham. Sullivan's mother accompanies him to Waldron for the upcoming wedding.

Ellan harbors dark ambitions of her own. Joined with Sullivan and his mother, she uses subtlety to push the royal family to the brink. Even and Guardians are impacted by the crafty schemes. Only Tristine and Darius suspect something more sinister about Sullivan's mother; a dark secret that must be uncovered, no matter the cost. Their efforts cause division between Ellis and Darius, and causes Tristine to flee Waldron.

Determined to save her father, Tristine meets two unlikely allies; an isolated country blacksmith and a crippled beggar. But how can they help her stop a coup? And what will become of the Great King?

Shawn Lamb

About Shawn Lamb (Nashville, Tennessee Author)

Shawn Lamb

Shawn Lamb is a prolific writer whose career began in the 1980s. She and her husband have called Nashville home for nearly 30 years. Before moving to Nashville, Shawn worked as a Hollywood scriptwriter for children’s television on a show called "BraveStarr". She has received awards for her fiction, and a Certificate of Merit from the American Screen Writer’s Association.

This story was originally intended to be a single YA fantasy story for her teen-aged daughter, but turned into the epic series. The YA series consists of 12 books with a spin-off trilogy for ages 8-10.

Highlighting her "Allon" fantasy books, Shawn attends book fairs and conventions across the country. She teaches workshops for young people about writing. Together, with her husband, Rob Lamb, and daughter, Briana Lamb, Shawn, an alumnus of MTSU, can be found at comic-cons in Tennessee and Georgia. Rob worked on "He-Man", "She-Ra", and "BraveStarr" while Briana is known in the community as "The Lady Nerd".
Joined, they are "The Family Lamb, Generational Geeks".