Friday, February 5, 2016

Review: Thaddeus Whiskers and the Dragon by HL Burke

Thaddeus is the companion of the Princess and lives a lovely life that makes him happy.  When the court Magician decides to make him fluffier as a 'gift', it has the unintended consequence of triggering violent sneezing in most of the court including the king.  So he is taken away until a new spell can be found to fix it. 

Only he is being kept away and no one seems too anxious to fix it and get him back home. Missing the Princess, he tries to find his own way back, making friends with a dragon and rat along the way.  If he doesn't find his way back, a sorceress will make sure she weds the king and he will never be back and the Princess will be sent away.  Only to fight the sorceress, Ambrosia, he needs the help of the friends he has made.

A light, fun tale.

Terri

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