*This version is specially formatted for readers with learning differences* In a magical realm filled with creatures of every possible shape and size, war is brought upon the peaceful kingdom of Sonnencrest by evil goblin King Malmut. Princess Babette, the only surviving member of the royal family, manages to escape and seeks refuge with Asterux, a powerful wizard who agrees to teach Babette magic, and who disguises her as an ugly gypsy girl to protect her from King Malmut's thugs. Ten years later, Babette must use the magic she has learned to help aid the kingdom's only hope at defeating the goblins' horrible reign: Darrow, a lame boy who can barely pick up a sword but has a great gift for inspiring others. With Babette's unseen help, Darrow begins a journey to free his country once and for all and bring peace back to Sonnencrest. Written by a father and his then eight- year-old son who struggled with a learning disability at the time, The Sword of Darrow is an enjoyable adventure that shows how even the unlikeliest of heroes can rise up against injustice. *Specially formatted for readers with learning differences* In addition to the paperback version of the book, there is a hardcover edition that is formatted for easier reader for those with learning differences.