Review of ‘Prince Charming Must Die’

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On the eve of her 18th birthday, a talking rabbit hops into Alice Goodenough’s life. He tells her that the bad characters from the Grimm Brothers’ fairy tales are real, and they’re bringing evil into the world unless they’re found and destroyed.

In Prince Charming Must Die by Isabella Fontaine and Ken Brosky we’re treated to Alice and the rabbit’s search for the bad guys, with the main bad guy being Prince Charming. Prince Charming’s identity comes as a shock to Alice, and she has to choose—love or the fate of the world.

Funny in places and scary as the dickens in others, this is a charming tale that you will thoroughly enjoy. I give it four stars.


2 thoughts on “Review of ‘Prince Charming Must Die’

    Deborah Osborne said:
    December 2, 2015 at 12:11 pm

    I stopped by for IWSG and now I really want to read that book! I like that it was quite a short and to the point review too. Thanks for the tip.


      Charles Ray responded:
      December 2, 2015 at 12:59 pm

      You’re most welcome. My book reviews are for the purpose of introducing indie authors to readers.


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