Sunday, November 26, 2017

Woodcutter Quince

Description: In the depths of Black forest, strange creatures are rumored to exist. Casperl isn't sure he's seen any of them, but he does know that there is a princess trapped on top of an enchanted mountain. Only a true prince can free her. He's certainly not one.

It’s been a while since I’ve read any of the Bookania stories, but I’ve had this story my Kindle a while. I found that this story was easily enjoyed all on its own. While it wasn’t long, is still found myself adoring the characters.

Casperl is a sweet hero. I love how he is so kind to the princess who is trapped in the enchanted castle, and how he always hoped the next prince would rescue her. The princess is also a good character. I enjoyed her old-English way of talking, and her kindness to others.

While there were mentions of the princess being under a spell, there wasn’t a lot of magic. I really enjoyed it from beginning to end. The ending was perfect!

I recommend this for those who like fairy-tales, short stories, and sweet heroes.

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