She’s a girl with a big imagination and single-minded loyalty to her best friend. I really love that it’s a quest story with a bunch of social misfits who trump the “evil regime” in spite of their own considerable faults (i.e. None of them know what the heck they’re doing, at all!).
This is the second book I've featured by Sherwood Smith, and again I admire her portrayal of young adventurous characters.
It’s funny and heartwarming, and I just love it!
Learned: Wren’s spirit and voice are so fun. They’re light-hearted and optimistic, despite the odds being stacked against her (At one point, she’s turned into a dog and can’t speak). I’ve tried to adopt a similar personality for one of my characters…sort of an older version of Wren’s gumption.