The Prisoner of Zenda: 8.95
Publish date: October 4th 2002
Publisher: House of Stratus
Pages no: 184
Edition language: English
Series: The Ruritania Trilogy (#2)
I thought I was completely unfamiliar with this story as I had not seen the movie nor did I know anything about the book. However, it turns out that I have indeed seen a smilar movie, Dave! It turns out that story has been used over and over again by various people. I don't know if this version is t...
The prisoner of Zenda is a tale of intrigue and adventure set in the late nineteenth century. Rudolf of Rassendyll is a prince who is kind of like a playboy, who goes through life with no real purpose doing things that interest him. He is drawn to the kingdom of Ruriritania, a fictional land located...
[I was doing some maintenance and decided to add some of my older reviews. I had to guess at a rating for this, since I read this during a period when I wasn't even privately rating books.] At first, I enjoyed this book. I could barely follow all the long paragraphs about the connection between Ru...
bookshelves: adventure, swashbuckler, summer-2010, published-1894, victorian, re-read, young-adult, play-dramatisation Read from July 08 to 09, 2010 ** spoiler alert ** re-readOff to Ruritania in the 1890s, where our hero Rudolf Rassendyll swaps places with the soon-to-be king. Starring Douglas ...
Another 1001 Children's Book to Read Before I Grow Up read. Another to cross off my list.This one is action and adventure and mistaken identities and kings and beautiful princesses and castles. The ending was a little too open-ended (had to leave things open for a sequel, I suppose) for my liking, b...