The Young Sorceress: My Own Review

The Young Sorceress (New Cover)The Young Sorceress is the shortest book in the Senta and the Steel Dragon series, and yet it was the most difficult to write.  I don’t really remember why– I’m not sure I knew why at the time.  It probably had something to do with the format.  In all of the other books, besides Brechalon, each character gets a whole chapter before we shift to another character.  In The Young Sorceress, and Brechalon, the scene shifts several times.  On the other hand, it’s probably the difficulty I had keeping all the characters straight.  The events in the story result in us following quite a few more characters than we originally thought.

Reading this book again, I now consider it my favorite of the series.  I really enjoy the characterization of Senta and how she grows through the story.  The story of Isaak Wissinger is one of my favorite parts of the series.

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