A Princess of Fae

A Princess of Fae An angel faced young girl looks are deceiving recruits a famous warrior hero mistaken identity who she read about in a book but found passed out under a table in a sleazy tavern an amazing wizard

  • Title: A Princess of Fae
  • Author: Bob Craton
  • ISBN: 9781301209576
  • Page: 460
  • Format: ebook
  • An angel faced young girl looks are deceiving recruits 1 a famous warrior hero mistaken identity who she read about in a book but found passed out under a table in a sleazy tavern 2 an amazing wizard amazingly awful, that is and 3 and a thief on the lam who is in deep censored for something he did back in the Malus Empire Joined by a cowardly ogre and anAn angel faced young girl looks are deceiving recruits 1 a famous warrior hero mistaken identity who she read about in a book but found passed out under a table in a sleazy tavern 2 an amazing wizard amazingly awful, that is and 3 and a thief on the lam who is in deep censored for something he did back in the Malus Empire Joined by a cowardly ogre and an eight year old stable boy with a degree from a famous university, she leads them on a special mission to a mysterious place named Fa oria Along the way they tame a dragon, steal a Magic Sword, evade Imperial soldiers, fight demons, fire their author and banish a pompous narrator Being a bitchy little brat, she doesn t tell them what .uh oh, she s looking at me Did I mention that her icy blue eyes can freeze a man s bloo .

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    1. The stars on this review are not mine but come from customer reviews on :4.0 out of 5 stars interesting story! November 22, 2012By Silva"I can say that it is outside of my normal interest when it comes to genres I typically read but I really liked the book. Truly I lost myself in characters and story. And I will be looking forward to more stories from this author!"4.0 out of 5 stars A Princess of Fae, December 11, 2012By One Who Knows "I read Princess of Fae today and loved it! It's extremely cl [...]

    2. If Douglas Adams had a love-child with J.R.R. Tolkien, and the child was raised by the creators of Monty Pythonyou'd end up with 'A Princess of Fae'.It's quirky, tongue-in-cheeky, light hearted, and in a lot of senses, heart warming. It's just FUN to read, which is a nice change from a lot of fantasy these days. It doesn't take itself too seriously, it does poke fun at itself, and it does laugh along with you. After all, what more could you expect from a story where the author and the narrator e [...]

    3. No Real Climax, No Real Ending…I Really Liked This BookIf Mel Brooks had a love child with the cast and crew of Monty Python you would get “A Princess of Faë” by Bob Craton. It was such a laugh that I found myself smiling and laughing at the tongue-in-cheek humor more often than not. Craton gives a glimpse of what to expect at the front end of the book: The author and the narrator started to fight—and their bickering only escalated throughout the book until the characters themselves int [...]

    4. Never before have I read such a book which made me laugh right from the first page till the very end. Never ever have I got so interested in a book that I got effortlessly transported to a younger version of me who loves fairy tales. Never before. Oh how many "never before"s can I add here? I am spell - bound by the book (and not at all turned into ice by the cold stare of the princess)Oh I should not start from the end but from the beginning But is there any beginning? The only beginning is whe [...]

    5. This is a unique fun story. When the narrator and the author started bickering at each other and arguing with the characters I had to laugh. Of course then the editor had to get his two cents in The characters don't mind telling any of them to get off their backs and let them get on with their scripts. Until they reached the point where they threw the scripts out and proceeded the way they thought best.Each of these off-beat characters are well developed and had their own endearing qualities. We [...]

    6. Full review at chaitime212 A Princess of Fae by Bob Craton is a fairy-tale parody about a Faerie princess on a quest, accompanied by a colorful cast of supporting characters, including a wizard, a thief, and an ogre. I enjoyed reading this book. I have not read a parody-style book in a while, and it was a refreshing change! The story was written in an unusual style, in that the characters often "interrupt" the narrator and correct him. I found this to be very funny, but was glad that the techniq [...]

    7. This short novel appears to be an attempt to follow in the footsteps of Terry Pratchett. Although it is reasonably entertaining, the writer lacks Pratchett's formidable experience in his craft, and dare I say, also his commitment to quality. Of course, a writer published by a major mainstream publishing house has access to editing free of charge, something for which an independent author must make his own arrangements, but regardless of the cost of having one's work professionally edited, one ca [...]

    8. Full of famous references and hilarious arguments between characters, author and narrator, A Princess of Fae is a quirky book that I think most people would enjoy.We follow the ever name-changing female protagonist that likes to call herself Damsel as she sets about gathering a group of strange individuals in a bid to travel back to her home. Constant bickering, foul language, and an eventual mutiny against the author and narrator see the tale take a turn for the random as the characters take ov [...]

    9. There's a really good intro to the story, with a great start. It's immediately interesting, intriguing and funny. It made me smile early on and had me giggling to myself.I love the little design details at the start of every chapter; they're really unique and different. The whole story feels like a twisted fairy tale for adults. I'm not normally a fan of an 'author' talking to the reader throughout the story, but this seems appropriate and funny for this story. There's a lot of mentioning and re [...]

    10. OMGosh, I love this book! I read it twice already and put my other unread books on the back burner because it was so good! Living in this fantasy world the author provided us was such a wonderful journey. You are going to love this book. I don’t want to provide any spoilers in any of my reviews, so I try to just let you know how great the book is. Its so hard to express how amazing this book is. Just trust me, if you like fantasy and/or paranormal you are going to fall in love with this book!! [...]

    11. I really liked this one. It was funny. Damsel (enter name here) was in a journey and aquired travelling companions that she needed for certain things. One of them was a mistaken identity, but she made it work for her. That's one of the things I liked about her. She didn't care what you thought, just as long as you did what you were asked or told. There's references that are funny and accurate in the moments needed. I recommend giving this a read!

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