I have never in my life read a book so slowly for fear of reaching the last page.
Growing up, my dad read to me and my siblings every night. Together, we explored such worlds as Middle Earth, Narnia, Prydain, the Wild Wood, and so many other wonderful places. And I’ve loved them for as long as I can remember.
My sister started writing “King’s Warrior” when I was nine (though it had a different name then), so I’ve known these characters of hers for a long time. Throughout the years, they’ve been good friends of mine. It all started with a summer challenge where my sister was writing ten pages a night for my dad to read aloud to the rest of us. Before a family trip to Minnesota, she wrote many pages ahead so we’d have enough to read every night. Several of those nights, my whole family went down to Trout Lake with a flashlight, and we were all lying on the dock looking up at the stars (in the clearest skies known to man) while my dad read to the very end of Jenelle’s first book.
Fast forward to now...
“Minstrel’s Call” is the culmination of her series The Minstrel’s Song--the culmination of many years and so much work and heart, and the end of this book had me in all-out, ugly-cry tears, my friends. I hated to see this story come to an end, but
what an end.
I’m a mess.
Now that may sound silly to some, but if you know what it is to love a good story, I’m sure you understand.
I’m beyond biased because the author is my wonderful, beautiful,
plot-wizard sister, but…
I can’t recommend this series enough. If you are looking for an adventure and new characters to love, pick up “King’s Warrior” and step out onto the road.
Oh, and keep an eye on the Minstrel…
Jenelle, thank you for writing my favorite books.
(I mean it. Thank you.)
There is much to be learned from such tales.
Check out Jenelle's books here!
All the love,