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- dSavannah George-Jones - Enchanting! Lovely! Well-written!I absolutely adored the subtitle to this book - "A Thrilling and Romantic Adventure, Incorporating Magic, Villainy, and a Cat" - and thankfully the story inside lived up to the promise of that title.
"Wisdom's Kiss" is told from 8 different points of view, which sounds like it would be a disaster - how to keep the 8 from having the same voice? How to keep them from confusing the reader with who is speaking? How do you keep track of all the characters? How do you get the reader to care about the characters? But the author manages it all admirably. Even without the lovely & artistic headers / titles of the chapters, each voice is distinct and clear.
The 8 POVs that focus on the main characters:
1. an autobiography of Fortitude (also known as "Trudy") as told by her daughter - an orphaned kitchen maid
2. the "Memoirs of the Master Swordsman Felis el Gato" - a man most taken with himself
3. scenes from a play "Queen of All the Heavens" (by anonymous)
4. "The Gentle Reflections of Her Most Noble Grace, Wilhelmina, Duchess of Farina" - quite the villian! - she wishes to take over the kingdom of Montagne by marrying her son Roger to one of its princesses
5. Entries from the Imperial Encyclopedia of Lax (filled with nonsensical facts, most of which were wrong, but very amusing)
6. letters from Tips to Trudy, his childhood friend
7. letters from the Queen Mother of Montagne to her grand-daughter, the Queen
8. Entries in "the Supremely Private Diary of Dizzy of Motagne" - probably my favorite character for her spunk and cunning
Of course, there is some overlap in the telling of certain events, but this in no way hinders the story or the understanding of it - it simply adds humor to the book - the reader feels like they are 'in the know'.
In the end, this is a fairy tale based on fairy tales, but it's a new way of telling it ~ and it's quite delightful.