After discovering that the Falroni army has invaded and is attacking the palace, Guin must seek help from the neighboring royal family.  She'll have to avoid the two Falroni soldiers following her, avoid vicious beasts, and convince the royal family to listen to her, if she can even get an audience to see them.  Will she be able to get the help for her country in time or will she find herself and her country in more trouble than she can handle?
So this chapter was also good! I enjoyed the story of Guin's origins. You show her humble nature even more in this chapter, and I must confess that it's refreshing. I did notice a couple of typos, though. Fifth page, third paragraph, "There was only on thing to do" should probably be "There was only one thing to do," and in the fourth paragraph, "She also gave the little girl a small Bible encouraged her to read it," should probably have an "and" inserted between Bible and encouraged. Other than that, well written! You have a remarkable ability with description. I can practically see her surroundings. Good job so far!
So this chapter was also good! I enjoyed the story of Guin's origins. You show her humble nature even more in this chapter, and I must confess that it's refreshing. I did notice a couple of typos, though. Fifth page, third paragraph, "There was only on thing to do" should probably be "There was only one thing to do," and in the fourth paragraph, "She also gave the little girl a small Bible encouraged her to read it," should probably have an "and" inserted between Bible and encouraged. Other than that, well written! You have a remarkable ability with description. I can practically see her surroundings. Good job so far!
So this chapter was also good! I enjoyed the story of Guin's origins. You show her humble nature even more in this chapter, and I must confess that it's refreshing. I did notice a couple of typos, though. Fifth page, third paragraph, "There was only on thing to do" should probably be "There was only one thing to do," and in the fourth paragraph, "She also gave the little girl a small Bible encouraged her to read it," should probably have an "and" inserted between Bible and encouraged. Other than that, well written! You have a remarkable ability with description. I can practically see her surroundings. Good job so far!