The Escape of Princess Madeline

The Escape of Princess Madeline

By Kirstin Pulioff

  • Release Date : 2015-08-26
  • Genre : Fairy Tales, Myths & Fables
  • FIle Size : 0.41 MB
Score: 4.0
4.0
From 8 Ratings
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Description

The Escape of Princess Madeline Madeline, princess of Soron, awakens on her sixteenth birthday to find that her father has already made preparations for her betrothal. When she disappears unexpectedly, her suitors and knight champion rush to the rescue. But all is not as it seems, and the errant princess’s flight has put the kingdom at stake…
Can Madeline find freedom or does it come with too high a price?

Voted one of Goodreads Top #100 Middle Grade Must-Reads, this coming of age fantasy will charm you with it's modern take on the traditional fairy tale.

Reader's Favorite, 5 star review:
"The Escape of Princess Madeline is not only an adventure story; it is also a thought provoking book which leaves the reader with many thought provoking lessons and moments. The underlying message is very subtle and the author's writing skill should be appreciated for that. An enthralling and magical fairy tale with lots of action and adventure..."

Mommy Booknerd, 5 star review:
"What a great story about a headstrong and spunky princess wanting to take charge of her own fate. This book reads so descriptively and has a fairy tale way about it. The characters are appropriate for it's target audience and the story is not only engaging but action packed as well..."

Mother Daughter Book Reviews, 5 star review:
"“The Escape of Princess Madeline has a little bit of everything: a strong female protagonist, teenage rebellion, young adolescent love, drama and suspense, and a touch of magic. Kirstin Pulioff did a great job creating a sympathetic character in Princess Madeline whom older tween and teen girls can root for and an adventure filled with danger..."

Reviews

  • A disaster

    1
    By The Book Worm 101
    This was probably- no undoubtedly- the single worst book I have ever had the displeasure to read. The storyline was predictable, boring and thourghly immature. The characters were poorly developed and unrealistic. The diction employed was mildly sophisticated to a point where it was irritating. Just simply RUBISH

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