One day when royal psychic Madam Fosse wakes up, she tries to get out of bed, but her legs are paralyzed. She blames Red Vipereen, an evil wizard who wants Prince Rupert’s horses, to be responsible for this curse. A few days later when she wakes up, her legs are no longer paralyzed. She runs to her Diviner to see what to do about Red Vipereen. She sees her old friend Wizard Grindsniff trying to send her a message. He tells her that only one person can help her and Prince Rupert: Edwin Goodchild. Edwin Goodchild is an eleven year old boy who has a gift with horses and is in mortal danger, but the message disappears before she can find out where they can find him. Will they find him before it’s too late? Will Red Vipereen get Prince Rupert’s horses? Find out in Red Vipereen and the Spellbound Stables.
Red Vipereen and the Spellbound Stables is an amazing book! I think the author’s writing is incredible! The book is fun to read and easy to understand, filled with twists and turns. The beginning, however, is a little fast and doesn’t introduce the characters very well. Yet, the adventure was very detailed and entertaining. Overall, I give this book five stars. I recommend this book to kids eight and up; they will like this fast-paced book.