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f9488a8cf8 The King of Attolia First edition cover Author Megan Whalen Turner Coverartist Vince Natale Country United States Series Queen's Thief Genre Young-adult fantasy, political fiction Publisher Greenwillow Books/ HarperCollins Publication date February 2006 Mediatype Print, audiobook Pages 387 pp. ISBN 0-06-083577-X OCLC 57754053 LCClass PZ7.T85565 Ki 2006 Precededby The Queen of Attolia Followedby A Conspiracy of Kings . The Attolian court resents him as a foreigner, an upstart, and an ineffectual fool. Speculative fiction portal Novels portal . Visit Harlequin.com About Contact us Customer ServiceAbout us Company Profile Corporate Social Responsibility HarperCollins Careers HarperCollins Imprints Harper GreenFor authors Submit A Manuscript Report PiracyMedia Publicity Contacts Press RoomServices HarperCollins Speakers Bureau Library Services Academic Services Desk & Review CopiesSales & right Bookseller & Retailer Ordering HarperCollins Catalogs Permissions Subsidiary RightsGlobal divisions HarperCollins Global HarperCollins Canada HarperCollins Australia HarperCollins India HarperCollins UK SEARCH BOOKS Hello, Log inMy Account Loading. The story is told largely from the point of view of Costis, a young soldier in the Queen's Guard. But what kind of a king is he? Slouching on his throne, he appears to sleep during important briefings, makes snide remarks, wears ridiculous clothes, and refuses to be more than a figurehead, letting the Queen rule as she has always done. Eugenides, the one-handed former Thief of Eddis, has married the Queen of Attolia, bringing peace to the two countries and becoming King. He gains a clearer understanding of the King's abilities, motives, and complex relationship with the Queen. Select a particular edition (title) for more data at that level, such as a front cover image or linked contents.