The Queen’s Adventurer

As you flip through the pages of this book, you’ll notice all the gorgeous detail, the incredible sketches, and the perfectly fitting font. I absolutely adored that aspect of the book. It made me feel as if I was in the time of the queen. That was just the beginning. Once I started reading the poem, I fell in love with the story being told. It was gorgeous, the story was majestic and fun to read. Plus, the sketches mixed in really went well with the story and allowed it to come alive.

Although each page is a continuation of the story, it also feels as if each poem is individual. I felt like I was being whisked off into a far away land while reading this book.

When you delve into the story, you’ll see that it’s not just about a queen, but different realms of possibility, different worlds and adventures to behold. I appreciate the time and effort that was put into this book. The writing is clearly professional, and the flow of the poetry is perfect.

I definitely had a great time reading this book, it’s one of those books that you can pick up and put down without having to worry about losing your spot.

If you are looking for a book that blends genres, then definitely keep this one in mind. It’s historical, it’s a little science fiction, it’s a children’s book, it’s a poetry book, but most of all, it’s a lot of fun. I read this as an ebook, but I can see how this would be great as a print book. You must go check this one out!

Pages: 66 | ISBN: 1524560693

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