Who is kendra in fablehaven?
Kendra is the main character of the Fablehaven series.
As quoted from the Wikipedia article:
Kendra Sorensen is the grand-daughter of Stan Sorenson and Ruth Sorensen, the caretakers of Fablehaven. Kendra is Seth Sorenson's sister. She is fairykind, and due to this she can understand Silvian, the fairy language and it's related languages, and recharge Magical Items that have lost power. She is a favorite of the Fairy Queen. She also has a Stingbulb.
Kendra starts off being more of a goody-two shoes type, but eventually becomes a bit of a rulebreaker. Her nature saves her however in Fablehaven when the dark creatures can do her no harm because she has done no magic.
Fablehaven is about a young girl named Kendra and her brother Seth and how they discover that their Grandparents are the caretakers of a secret magical preserve called Fablehaven. They meet new characters, become "different" and have magical adventures! I would recommend Fablehaven to people who love fantasy, actions, and adventure.
From what I have heard, the Fablehaven movie is just a rumor, but I'm not sure. Rumor says that the auditions will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah, but exactly where and when remain a mystery. I heard from a friend that the Fablehaven movie isn't coming out until 2014, but I replied that that's probably how long it takes to work the special effects.
Fablehaven is a refuge for mythical and magical creatures. It holds two keys (which are removed from Fablhaven in books 2 and 3: Rise of the Evening Star and Grip of the Shadow Plague) to the ultimate demon prison Zzyzx. The bad guys, the Society of the Evening Star (SES), are after the five keys to the prison to unlock it. They are confused people who think that if they free the demons, the demons…
Fablehaven - 359 pages; Fablehaven: Rise of the Evening Star - 441 pages; Fablehaven: Grip of the Shadow Plague - 487 pages; Fablehaven: Secrets of the Dragon Sanctuary - 535 pages; Fablehaven: Keys to the Demon Prison - 593 pages; All together, there are 2,143 pages. GO FABLEHAVEN! IF YOU HAVEN'T READ IT, THEN DO!