Water Princess, Fire Princeby Kendra E. Ardnek
Series: Rizkaland Legends #1
473 pages, Fantasy
Reviewed by Breeze
Fun book, with good themes.
PlotClara and Andrew might have had slightly bigger dreams and responsibilities than the average teenagers, but still they had fairly normal lives.
Suddenly they are thrust in to the world of Rizkaland and declared the prophesied Water Princess and Fire Prince. With no prior experience they are expected to defeat the fearsome Lady Dragon. And they must be united to do it. But they don't even like each other.
Unless the overcome that and take there position seriously all hope will be lost for Rizkaland.
MoralityGood is good and evil is evil and has consequences. A couple of children wander off when told not to and are scolded for it. Clara is somewhat deceitful about something and when she comes clean, she doesn't get into trouble.
Spiritual ContentIn Rizkaland, God is called Alphego and is represented as being the same God as in our world.
The Bookholder and Bookdaughters are phrophets who speak Alphego's word.
The Lady Dragon is a sorceress who can turn her self into dragon and turn people to ice. Various other people have gifts given them by Alephgo that could be considered magical. There is a character who travels between many worlds.
ViolencePeople are knocked down while being taught sword fighting, they fight and kill some creatures with swords and fire, someone is badly injured by some wild cats, there is a battle. Nothing graphic.
Drug and Alcohol ContentNone.
Sexual ContentA few briefly described kisses between teenagers who are basically engaged.
Crude or Profane Language or ContentNone.
ConclusionThis is a fun book in a fascinating world. It has good themes including taking responsibility, trusting in God and waiting on his timing, relying on one another.
|Written for Age:||13+|
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