When Marriah escapes a life of slavery and abuse
she is guided by a mysterious voice to safety at a castle in the middle of the
forest. There she learns to read, to write, to use a sword and other skills
that she will need to fulfill her destiny.
Servant Queen brings the characters face to face with the harsh reality that cruelty exists and is all too easily overlooked. It highlights the responsibility of leadership to make laws against abuse and of friends and neighbors to watch for and report abuse. It reminds them that their future depends on remembering the lessons of the past.
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