-- Girl + Book
"I'd say it's like Shrek meets The Wizard of Oz if Dorothy were WednesdayAddams and Toto a talking cat with bat wings. Fun and funny with manylaugh-out-loud moments. Can't wait for the next book in the series!"
-- Susan Sullivan, author of the CleoTidwell Paranormal Mystery series
"A unique and clever fantasy, The Falling of the Moon is athoroughly entertaining read from first page to last. Very highly recommendedand certain to be an enduring favorite."
--Midwest Book Review
From the Back Cover
Determined to win the hand of Prince Parvanel, Ascotstorms the Kingdom of Albright. With the book's guidance, she's confidentshe'll overcome any obstacles the imperious Queen Bettina Anna throws in herway, be they witches, evil stepmothers, or Big Bad Wolves.
Unfortunately, the book doesn't cover reluctant princes,wolves who read Dostoyevsky instead of blowing down houses, or a guild ofGodmothers whose motivations may not be as pure as three drops of blood on asweep of snow. Most annoying of all is the captain of the guard who swearshe'll see the moon fall before she weds Prince Parvanel.
There are stories . . . and then there are stories, and if this parade of shiftyshenanigans continues, Ascot might have to rewrite her own tale lest she end mostUnhappily Ever After!