Fight For The Kingdom

Fight For The Kingdom


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ISBN-13: 9781542605694
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/14/2017
Pages: 102
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.24(d)

About the Author

Victoria resides in Northern California with her husband, children, and many grandchildren. In addition to children's stories that feature her grandchildren, she writes women's fiction and Young adult Christian tales that center around problems facing the youth of today. She publishes books in print form, ebook, and audio. Find out more by visiting her website at

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Fight For The Kingdom 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
CharityRowell-Stansbury More than 1 year ago
Fight for the Kingdom is a cute adventure story set in a wonderful fantasy world of fairies and other interesting, magical characters! I received a free copy of this book with the option of leaving an honest review. The protagonists are absolutely adorable and the antagonists are appropriately devious and evil without being too dark. While I loved the protagonists, I found the antagonists interesting because of their backstories. If you have read some of the older fairy tales, then you know that many of the villains in those stories were victims of circumstance and experienced some sort of fall from grace. I think Schwimley balanced the older style of storytelling with some contemporary twists to keep it fresh and relevant to her target readers. Another element that caught my eye was the pace of the story and the world building. I've noticed that some children's authors tend to make the setting too elaborate and the pace of the story suffers, or the pace of the story is awesome and the setting is too overgeneralized. The plot certainly has a grand, adventurous, and epic feel to it with enough attention to world building to ignite young imaginations while keeping the plot moving at a good pace to keep a younger audience engaged. The chapters are laid out well, making Fight for the Kingdom a perfect bedtime story for six-year-olds while providing good breaks for eight-year-old readers to read the book on their own. Definitely worth adding to your family's library!
FinlayForever More than 1 year ago
Fight For the Kingdom was a fun, clean, easy read. I think the complexity level is perfect for 8-9 yr olds. My favorite character was Zachary, the keeper of foxes; he gave me a chuckle. With a nice array of characters, I can see little ones entranced with the quest that Aiden and his younger brother, Trystan, are presented with.