The Princess and the Hound
Publish date: May 1st 2007
Pages no: 410
Edition language: English
Series: The Hound Saga (#1)
This story is told pretty much in the classic fairy tale style. As such don't expect today's usual tropes: there's no waste of pages telling how pretty and special our characters are. Also, unlike most stories, here our main character is the guy, Prince George, and we get to see him growing up. That...
This book was interesting, but kind of confusing (but that may be my fault, since I read it on a 3-hours-of-sleep brain in a bouncy car.) I'll have to take some time to think about it. Full review to come...
What felt like a really classic romance fairy tale. I really felt like it was old times, where mysterious things are possible and love comes true no matter the difficulties. With classic romances though comes foreshadowing that is way too obvious.Although, I like the twist that she put on the Beauty...
I was excited for this one because I thought it sounded like a really interesting premise (and, um...I am a sucker for the cover, which is pretty). And though there were things I really enjoyed about it, for the most part I felt a little let down.It's a little hard to explain because my feelings ab...
I really liked this book. It had a slowish start, but the reader needed to know George first. I didn't see this as a retelling of "Beauty and the Beast," but a fresh take on a new fairytale. Enjoyable!
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