Burlington, Vt. (PRWEB) February 14, 2013
In Wicked Castle, a story about two adoptive sisters as different as night and day whose rivalry and catfights turn a kingdom on its head, first-time novelist Jenna Bora exercises a talent for literary magic that is characterized by Internet effects and hardcore gaming’s virtuality, among other things.
Julianna Hardly and Fae Woodley, young, innocent babes when they lost their sets of respective parents in the Kingdom of Sienna’s third Knights vs. Warriors War are adopted by Sienna’s King Conrad and Queen Maribel. Under the roof of the royal spouse’s castle, they part ways, philosophically and in practice – each intent on their own pursuits and each assured that she is her sister’s better.
Early on, Fae finds magical works in the royal library and quickly becomes a precocious practitioner of the magic arts, eventually being able to go places on invisible dragons, giving her parents fits and making Julianna jealous. Julianna, meanwhile, becomes a fashionable beauty – a disciple of Taylor Swift, an Elizabeth Arden aficionado, and livens her day by flirting with boys with names like Julio. King, queen, subjects, magical beings, and ghosts soon find out what hit them in this perfectly turned out work of teenage brattiness.
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About the Author
Jenna Bora is a senior at Burlington High School and lives in Burlington, Vermont with her Mom and Dad. She is a self-proclaimed “bookworm” and has been in love with writing since she was five years old. Whenever she isn’t jotting down a new story idea, she is reading fantasy or romantic novels. Wicked Castle is a novel that she originally wrote in November 2011 for National Novel Writing Month. The plot synopsis came to her when she was trying to decide which of her current story ideas should be turned into a novel. This is her first published book.
Wicked Castle * by Jenna Bora
Publication Date: January 4, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 171 pages; 978-1-4797-6659-8
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 171 pages; 978-1-4797-6660-4
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