Heir Apparent, Vivian Vande Velde
Letter to Author
Dear Vivian Vande Velde,
Hello! My name is Carlos and I am writing to you because I want to express how I feel about your book Heir Apparent. I just read your novel, and I can’t get enough of it! It turned out to be one of my favorite books I’ve read. It is a total page turner! Ever since I started reading your novel, the same question kept popping into my head; how did you come up with the concept of Heir Apparent? Are the inspirations for your book from your real life experiences? Did you ever fantasize about being in a virtual world, and being the King’s Heir? I have so many questions, but have so little time! I’m looking forward to reading your other novels.
Carlos Skolnick ^_^
Before reading Heir Apparent I didn’t know that the book involved magical artifacts such as a magic ring that makes the person wearing it obey the person who gave it to them, a magic crown that gives the person wearing it special abilities to turn anything into gold, a pair of magic boots that gives a person the ability to walk seven leagues in one step, a strength potion that gives a person super-strength for an hour (followed by extreme weakness for two hours), and a magic hat that freezes time from the wearer's perspective for five minutes.
Before reading Heir Apparent I didn’t know Giannine (the main character) would become Princess Janine de St. Jehan, King Cenric’s Heir.
Before reading Heir Apparent I didn’t know that Queen Andreanna despised of Princess Janine so much that she killed her at least 3 times.
Before reading Heir Apparent I didn’t know that Princess Janine’s foster mother was a poor woman who worked on a sheep farm.
Before reading Heir Apparent I didn’t know that the book took place in Rochester, New York sometime in the 21st century future, and that the game took place in Medieval Europe.
Before reading Heir...
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