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Publisher's Summary

She plays from memory just like her sister. Her memories.
Princess Wren begins a journey to Yonder to see Alia, her older sister, and to say the goodbye that was never said.
Alone, and only 15, she has many lessons to learn, including one that costs Wren her heart.
This prodigal daughter story is filled with problems, prayers, and plenty of danger.
©2016 Sherri Schoenborn Murray (P)2017 Sherri Schoenborn Murray
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By Paula on 11-15-17


I really enjoyed this story. The writing was fantastic, and the narration was incredible. I thought the narrator was easy to listen to and did a great job differentiating between characters. The growth of Wren through the story, and her faith, which remained strong although tested, was neat to follow.

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By allofakindmom on 11-03-17

Delightful & unpredictable fairy tale

This is an exceptional 'fairy-tale' Christian fiction!
Told in the first person, this is the story of Princess Wren.
Beginning when she's a young girl, it goes through her life till she arrives at her own 'happily-ever-after'.
I expected it to be a traditional, 'normal' fairy-tale, but was pleasantly surprised!
The characters include a delightful old viola teacher, a handsome young guard, giants and other villains, the betrothed prince, and more!
I found it full of twists and turns. Yes, although I found some parts were a bit predictable, overall, I found it very intriguing and delightful.
One of Wren's earliest memories is seeing her beloved older sister and sent off to be married to some unknown gentleman. She is determined to see her sister again. Wren is independent and a bit headstrong. This story betrays how she learns important life lessons along the way.

This is my first introduction to this author, and I was enthralled by this book, and I will definitely read more of her work!
I believe this could also be classified as a Young Adult book, and have already encouraged my daughters to read it too!!
I received a complimentary audiobook version of this story, all opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.

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