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Age Appropriate For: 10 and up for very mild romance
Best for Ages: 10 - 18
Description: When Arthur's parents were lost at sea, his Uncle Mordreth became the regent for the young boy. Yet now that he's of age, Mordreth seems to have no intentions of relinquishing the throne. It looks as though Arthur will have to fight for his throne. If only he had more than just his two servants and the old man he met in the woods for friends. So the old man takes things into his own hands and whisks Arthur off to the wedding of a fellow prince, with the intention of finding him some allies. All is not right at the wedding, however. The groom is missing and the bride had called quits. Where's the groom? Well, he's found a new bride. Now if he can just get her home.
I was not feeling well and was scrolling through my Kindle, looking for something light and mindless to read. When I can upon a copy of Do You Take This Quest? that I bought a while back, I decided it was perfect.
Like the first book in the series, Sew, It's a Quest, it is a lighthearted mash-up of multiple fairytales. Robin and Robert still are the main characters, and Arthur is introduced into the mix, promising an Arthurian legend book for the third installment in the series.
Robin was my least favorite part of the book, being highly annoying and inconsistent. She is getting married, but gets mad at her twin brother for wanting to get married. She also seemed not to be very excited about her own wedding, making me feel sorry for her husband-to-be.
I love the Sleeping Beauty’s castle and the interactions between the people who have been asleep for a hundred years. It was so fun to see them interact with each other and the outside world.
If you are looking for a lighthearted story and an easy read, and like fairytales, I recommend this book.