Praise for The Shamra Chronicles

from students…

This book shows girls aren’t just girls, and that they can do anything boys can do, possibly better. It inspires girls to not just stand back and watch boys lead but to go ahead and just DO IT.

~Ciara, Springs Ranch Elementary School, Colorado Springs, CO on Curse of the Shamra

I thought Curse of the Shamra was great because it showed that girls can do anything boys can do, and they’re not going to be a maid for the boys.

~Colton, Horizon Middle School, Colorado Springs, CO on Curse of the Shamra

Curse of the Shamra was a good book. It had good adventures and good characters and villains. I also liked that the book had a female leader. I liked Dara because she is brave and not scared to be herself.

~Kathy, Horizon Middle School, Colorado Springs, CO

Shamra Divided is tense and exciting.

~Lauren on Shamra Divided

Curse of the Shamra is a very surprising, creative and the kind of book you can't stop reading once you’ve started. I would love to tell you about it, but that would spoil it for you. I'll just say there are sad parts, funny parts, scary parts and everything in between. Just wait, you should go get the book. When you get home with it you'll open it right away and won't want to stop.

~Caitlin on Curse of the Shamra

Curse of the Shamra is one of the best books to read. There is romance, sadness, adventure and more. There are two characters that will lead you through adventures and others who help them get what they need. The end will leave you thinking what will happen next.

~Josh on Curse of the Shamra

People should read Curse of the Shamra because it is action-packed and full of adventure.

~Nathan on Curse of the Shamra