Ternaro is governed by queens who use their Magix only to do good. This is the highest law of the land: Magix must always help more than they hurt. Princess Anna-Sophia is the daughter of one of the highest queens. However, this had made her family, especially the girls, the target of the fallen Prince Mortrano. After Mortrano kills Sophie's sister Neecole, she is forced to leave her family and all she knows to go into hiding. For fourteen years,Sophie must hide from those who wish to stop her from ever becoming High Queen. She is forced to hide her identity and abilities with Magix. Will she live old enough to be crowned a queen? Are her Magix strong enough to defeat Mortrano and Malum Noctis? Most importantly, can she accomplish this while still following the most sacred law of all?
|Publisher:||Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.39(d)|
About the Author
Breann Thorne Stanzell hails from Northern Minnesota’s Iron Range. She grew up with two younger brothers with the woods as their home. Breann developed her love of animals early with the various Brittanies and cats her family owned. When she was twenty-three, her dog Daisie and parents’ dog Dudley went missing for twenty-five days. Thanks be to God, they were found safely, but it let her to starting her charity Help Me Find My Babies. This group helps all fur babies in need. She doesn’t just help animals; she is also a teacher. She has a master’s degree in elementary education and is working toward a second master’s degree in special education. Her passion is to help students who have experienced trauma or who struggle with autism spectrum disorder. She is recently married and enjoys traveling with her husband. Family and God mean the world to her, and she hopes her writing can inspire people to help others as well
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The High Queen based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
An easy read. Predictable story line, but nice thoughtful ideas of fighting evil with love. I would recommend it, especially to teens.