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I absolutely loved this book! I think that both of my step-children (ages 8 and 11) would love this story, and I plan to read it to them the next time we have them. This book is silly and fun and had tons of laughs.
The Persnickety Princess is a tale told by a Bard called Once. Upon. A. Time. He has been jailed and is telling the story of the Persnickety Princess Lavender in order to get out of his situation. Lavender has high ideals of the only prince she wants. She hides herself in a tower and hires a witch to keep away suitors that don't fit her ideal prince.
Lavender thinks she has found her match in Prince Hugo, but he is smitten with her sister Petunia and rides off to save her from a dragon. Lavender, not to be ignored sets up an elaborate plot to fake her own dangerous situation. Things get bumpy when her plan misfires and she really is in danger. When Prince Hugo's squire keeps rescuing her and Hugo continues to ignore her in favor of Petunia, will Lavender adjust her way of thinking and learn her lesson about being Persnickety? Find out by reading her tale.
This story is cute, fun, and well written and I look forward to reading more fairy tales by Falcon Storm.
About the author: I was born in the frozen wasteland of Alaska with the unfortunate stigma of being both a daydreamer and left-handed. Starting from an early age, I've filled my life with stories of every sort from my father's hunting trips to the Holy Trilogy (read: Star Wars). In the fourth grade, I became more interested in telling stories of my own than listening to those of others. Doctors—being doctors—attempted to medicate them out of me, but the best cure has always been a pen, a notebook, and my crazy, unrestrained imagination. I continue to whittle away at these stories in my endless search for the one that will finally bring me back to reality. All the while, I secretly hope such a story will never come along. I hear "reality" is far too boring.
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