Princess of the Silver Woods
Petunia is the youngest of King Gregor's twelve daughters, who together battled their way out of a curse that had plagued the family for years. But while on her way to visit an elderly neighbor, Petunia's carriage is ambushed by bandits and Petunia finds herself falling headlong into another... show more
Petunia is the youngest of King Gregor's twelve daughters, who together battled their way out of a curse that had plagued the family for years. But while on her way to visit an elderly neighbor, Petunia's carriage is ambushed by bandits and Petunia finds herself falling headlong into another conflict--this one between a hidden forest community and the powerful kingdom that has stripped them of their wealth. With the line between enemies and friends suddenly blurred, and a handsome young thief her only hope at escaping the clutches of the King Under Stone, it will take all of Petunia's courage, and a little help from her eleven older sisters, to put an end to the curse once and for all and restore their kingdom to right.
Publish date: December 11th 2012
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: Princess (#3)
Fairly entertaining little fantasy-action-romance with a chill pair of romantic leads and just a touch of the horrible.
This is the third book in a series, which began with Princess of the Midnight Ball. While you don't really need to have read the second book in the series, Princess of Glass to fully appreciate the book, you should probably have read the first one (or at least be more than passingly familiar with th...
This is the third book in the series. The King Under Stone is back and threatening the sisters. I liked Oliver. I almost expected the Robin Hood aspect of the story to be more prevalent. Instead it felt like a passing fancy. Petunia went on and on about how all of her siblings viewed her as if s...
I read this book without reading the first two. I didn't feel lost. I think it was a magical story all on its own and I look forward to backtracking to the first books!
Let me start this out saying that this is the third book in the series, and it would help to read the other two books first, but to enjoy this book you don't have to read them (although it is suggested as it would make things a bit clearer). When I started reading this book, I myself had not realize...