Prince Liam. Prince Frederic. Prince Duncan. Prince Gustav. You've never heard of them, have you? These are the princes who saved Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, Snow White, and Rapunzel, respectively, and yet, thanks to those lousy bards who wrote the tales, you likely know them only as Prince Charming. But all of this is about to change. Rejected by their princesses and cast out of their castles, Liam, Frederic, Duncan, and Gustav stumble upon an evil plot that could endanger each of their kingdoms. Now it's up to them to triumph over their various shortcomings, take on trolls, bandits, dragons, witches, and other assorted terrors, and become the heroes no one ever thought they could be.
Debut author Christopher Healy takes us on a journey with four imperfect princes and their four improbable princesses, all of whom are trying to become perfect heroes—a fast-paced, funny, and fresh introduction to a world where everything, even our classic fairy tales, is not at all what it seems.
I absolutely adored this book. It took what we all know about fairy tales and tweaked it into something I didn't expect. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality!
Certainly not one of my favorite reads this summer. I felt like the story went on and on and on.Published 6 days ago by Ruby
Very interesting many twist and turn it a goo book if you like adventure stories and if you like the book then you can read the other onesPublished 8 days ago by Andrew Marsh
Very enjoyable and creative take on a fairy tale characters and situations. Bronson Pinchot's performance is wonderful. A great listen for children and families.Published 20 days ago by Anna Paravano-Frise
Warning! Do not skim through this book. You'll miss priceless humor embedded in the story. The story was well told in addition to being funny. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Lenita Sheridan Graves
The challenge of finding a book that appeals to both my daughter and my son is one that few books can actually achieve. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Kindle Customer
The novel "The Hero's Guide To Saving Your Kingdom," was well written and incorporates the notion team work does better than working all alone. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Stephanie Acosta