The Knot Impossible: Rufkin’s Travels in Four Acts (Tales of Fontania)

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The Knot Impossible This is an awesome story about 3 kids who save a kingdom from giant cave lizards! The three kids are a boy named Rufkin, a girl named Nissy, and another boy named Vosco. They must save the queen and the kingdom because the cave lizards have injured the queen.

The plot was very plausible. The characters were very real to me and I could learn their ways and predict more easily what they were going to do in some situations. The language of this adventure was a little chaotic. It was hard to follow the story at times with everything going on. Kids from 10 and up should read this book. People who are interested in fantasy fiction adventure would like this book a lot. There were only illustrations at the beginning of each act, and they looked relevant to the story. The book cover is catchy because of all the action that is taking place in the illustration. This book would make a very good series. This book was really impressive; even though it was long, it kept me hanging.

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Author Barbara Else, Sam Broad, Illustrator
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 328 pages
Publisher Gecko Press
Publish Date 01-Mar-2016
ISBN 9781776570034
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Issue April 2016
Category Tweens


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