I picked this book up solely based on how funny the title sounded.
Prince Liam, Prince Frederic, Prince Duncan, and Prince Gustav are probably not familiar names, but they are the 4 Princes Charming from the stories – you know, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, Snow White, and Rapunzel.And each of these four men have let their kingdoms down in some way.When an evil plot to destroy the world is uncovered by these guys, it’s up to them to become the heroes people believe them to be and save the day.
I really enjoyed this book.The humor was great, the princes are distinct, and the story was pretty believable.It was a nice change of pace from all the dystopian fiction out there right now, and it seems this may just be the first book in a series.I look forward to more stories from this author, and I highly recommend this fun romp.A 9.5 from me for an excellent book.
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December Book Club
Join the Book Club for a discussion of Weird Florida, as Charlie Carlson, a tenth-generation Floridian, steers you to Florida's best-kept secrets & oddest legends, whether it's the Skunk Ape, the Devil's Chair of Cassadaga, or the She-Man of the Caloosahatchee River. Join the discussion and be entered in drawings for giveaways.