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Reviewed by Michelle Randall for Readers' Favorite
Imagine waking up and not knowing who you are, not know where you are, and not knowing what you are. Kwennsefulass is that kind of story. A young man takes the name Kwenn, short for Kwennsefulass which is written on a necklace he wears, but he knows nothing else. He can't even tell you the world he is on or anything about it. As tragedy strikes the town he first stumbles into, some consider it an omen and his fault. He feels a drive to find the reason for the tragedy and to answer for it, even if it had nothing to do with him. Kris Godwin gives Kwenn a strong moral character, even if he knows nothing else about himself. The story follows as he sets out with a few villagers to find out what has happened, maybe regain his memory, and to save the world.
As author Kris Godwin weaves this tale of fiction, fantasy and legend together, I am reminded of the stories of the Greek and Roman gods and the ways that they played with the fates of mortals. Kwennsefulass gives you a sense of that, yet it is something altogether different at the same time. From the moment Kwenn wakes, I felt for him, I could feel his loneliness and fear and I wanted him to find his memory and to find the answers; yet with each twist in the book I was glad that his memory hadn't come back yet. That meant there was still more book. Even days after finishing the book, I still find myself thinking about the story and Kwenn, and what the author was wanting to say. This is a great story for all, and for some it will stay with you and become a friend.