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Here's what my fans are saying about my book:
"I just want to say how much I enjoyed this book. It was a wonderful story and so fun to read. :) You did a great job Kendra! I look forward to reading more of your books in the hopefully not too far future." - Stacy S.
~ "I have always enjoyed listening to my sister tell stories. She started with plays of which she would make me one of the main parts. Then a few years ago she decided to try turning her plays into books. I have Loved being a part of her inspiration group I hope you enjoy this [book] as much as I have." - V. Kathie Ardnek, my 'lil sis.
~ ... Where is volume 2 of Kendra's book????! I read the first one last night! REALLY good! Was irritated by the Robin character at first, but she grew on me as the book progressed. :-) Really like the style of the "Interruptions" ... I'm eagerly awaiting the next installment. :-D - Sylvia D.
~ Take every traditional thing you know about fairy tales, dump them in a sack, shake them up, and dump out this very fun read. This book, a delightfully quirky and humorous story, is filled with unexpected plot twists and down-right funny cliche' to make you chuckle every time it comes to mind.
The author wrote this at age sixteen, and I look forward to following her career as she matures and her writing skills are refined. Kendra has created fun, unique characters with a story line that captivates the attention.
A safe and entertaining read for anyone, especially as a read-aloud book for family, "Sew, It's a Quest" stirs the imagination for what else will follow in the next installment of the Bookania Quests. After all, with enchanted princesses who wield swords; fairy godmothers with strange habits; and brave princes who never disappoint in the bravery department, what else could a reader want?
Pick up your copy, print or digital today, for a delightful read. But, whatever you do, don't let the cat out of the bag; that's a pesky situation for sure! (You shall have to read the book to findest what I doth mean by that.)
- Tenya Sharp Ingalls