- File Size: 216 KB
- Print Length: 33 pages
- Publication Date: September 21, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005ORR6HE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,657 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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...Witty, you say? Tell me more.
But no, you all had to be so danged secretive. Your reviews were frustratingly vague, filled with laughing gifs, but no details.
No, I had to go out and read the book for myself to get an idea of what it was really about (the audacity!). And, like so many others, I was pleasantly surprised.
This is actually a pretty clever retelling of "The Princess and the Pea" fairy tale. THE PRINCESS & THE PENIS is about a sheltered princess whose virginity is guarded by her over-protective father who wants her to stay pure so he can marry her off to a prince. One day, however, she discovers that her mattress has a lump in it of a curious shape and quality, that is intriguing and pleasant...
Her distressed parents do what they can to get rid of the lump, panicked by the thought that their chaste princess might not remain so chaste for her upcoming wedding if they can't do something about it - soon.
But what is the lump? And how did it get into the princess's bed?
Honestly, I thought this was going to be one of those silly, so-bad-it's-good erotica novels that seem to be a dime a dozen these days, but PRINCESS & THE PENIS is actually a witty, sex-positive satire that urges the importance of sex ed. and sex positivity. I also liked how it implied that men who want to date virgins only tend to be insecure jerks, and that sexual exploration should not be punished.
Plus, the princess's aunts were hilarious. Their comments were seriously A+.
3 out of 5 stars.
A better ending would be Rupert being a good guy and chopping the rapist into sausage splices
It’s a well written short story and unabashedly funny. A sort of tongue-in-cheek twisted tale with very adult humor that had me laughing out loud at some parts. I have to give it to Mr. Silver for such an imagination. And I hope he continues to hide from his wife, and crank out more wonderfully funny tales.
It is one great BIG penis joke.
Amalia has been kept ignorant and innocent of anything sexual her entire life. She tells her family that there is a lump in her bed that is making it difficult to sleep. The king is sure that this is nothing to worry about until she describes it and what happens when she petted the lump. Hilarity ensues while everyone tries to keep her innocent of what is really happening and convince her to drive the offending lump away.
Super fast funny read if you like adult humor and dick jokes.
Amalia’s mother and her crazy aunts had some of the best moments, they could foresee the future!
“That’s why we’re telling you this,” said the queen. “Despite what you said this morning about it not being evil, the penis in your bed is obviously not of this world.
“Seeing as it’s only a penis,” said Aunt Ingrid. “With no man attached to it,” said Aunt Leila.
“Which frankly doesn’t sound that bad,” said Aunt Ingrid. “Might even be a huge market for that sort of thing.”
Who knew?!?! Frankly I think 'it' should have been called Prince Bob!!!
Frogs are so yesterday! Enjoy!
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Hurrah for Prince 'Longwood' and Princess Amalia! The aunts were so silly but lovable aunts !