I am a huge Sarah Beth Durst fan. She never fails to craft a new story that comes together in a new, inventive way. She’s also a really nice lady who responds to emails with encouragement.
In Journey, two princesses travel to pay their respect to their kingdom’s dragon guardian. This journey is meant to be routine, uneventful, and done for ceremonial purposes. If nothing happened, however, we wouldn’t have a story; the two princesses face strange monsters and tremors. They need to figure out what has changed before their people suffer the consequences. We have a flying lion, for starters, and dragons. This can only mean the journey will be another wild adventure.