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Sunday, December 11, 2011

The Legend of Witch Bane by Kevis Hendrickson

An exciting quest awaits three young children!
The evil Queen Rhiannon EldessKaldan under an enchantment of sleep. Only the royal children: Kodobos, Anyr, and Laris can save their people from a dark fate. Danger awaits the children as they face an endless horde of evil foes in their quest to save their kingdom. But to gain final victory the children must find the legendary sword Witch Bane which will give them the power to defeat Rhiannon once and for all! Will they fail or will they succeed? Prepare for the adventure of a lifetime!

Got it as a Review Request.

This was one of those books that made me wish that I had children. So I could tuck them in and sit before a fire, a dog at my feet sleeping while I read this book to them.
It made me think of someone reading a tale to me aloud, the way my grandmother did. It was created in a way that felt as if it was just a story being passed down they way they use to before books. Through good old story telling.

I liked how there was more then one fairy tale incorporated through this if you know where to look and being the fairy tale junkie that I am, I immediatly siezed them up.

Yes, someone dies that left me stunned as I was rooting for them to find happiness at the finish line but in the end they have the last say in things


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