The Knight and The Prince
Publish date: December 20th 2013
Publisher: Dru Wellington
Pages no: 83
Edition language: English
Series: Knights of The Compass (#1)
This series is clearly taking inspiration from fairy tales, classic literature and myths. We've got a little bit of King Arthur, Cinderella, Beauty & the Beast and Romeo & Juliet - very little. We're given a basic premise - the North Kingdom is the most powerful and its king ruthless and evil - and ...
1. It's a nice lite little read.2. It's an series/installment thing. I'm over that whole craze. There's too much time between releases and the whole thing becomes very pricey. 3. The MCs were interesting enough but longer, deeper development would have made this a must read.
I love fairy-tale stories ... so when I read how this story was ‘marketed’ as an original gay fairy tale, how can I resist? Dru Wellington did well to set the world-build of medieval era, with four Kingdoms in by way of the Compass: North, South, East, and West. I found myself highly entertained rea...
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