Princess Princess Ever After || Book Review.

Hello people!!! How are you all doing?? Is life okay??? I am trying my best to stay normal during a time of tension. As you all might see in the news, Congo is having riots and protests. The area where all this is going on is very close to where my parents are so I am worried. But let’s forget all that and get reviewing, shall we???

•Book Description:

Author: K. O’Neill.

Publisher: Oni Press.

Genre: LGBTQIA+, Lesbian, Graphic & Comic Novels.

Chapter: No Chapters.

Pages: 80 pages.

Series: No.

Time: 45 minutes.

Publishing / Published: 3 March 2020.

•Official Summary:

“I am no prince!”

When the heroic princess Amira rescues the kind-hearted princess Sadie from her tower prison, neither expects to find a true friend in the bargain. Yet as they adventure across the kingdom, they discover that they bring out the very best in the other person. They’ll need to join forces and use all the know-how, kindness, and bravery they have in order to defeat their greatest foe yet: a jealous sorceress, who wants to get rid of Sadie once and for all.

Join Sadie and Amira, two very different princesses with very different strengths, on their journey to figure out what happily ever after really means — and how they can find it with each other.

•Critics Ratings.

Amazon: 💙4.5/5 Stars💙.

Goodreads: 💙4.04/5 Stars💙.

Taken from their respective sources.

•Book Review.

I have read The Tea Dragon Society by Kay O’Neill and after reading that trilogy, this book didn’t live up to my expectations. I mean it was nice but not that good. Despite being a graphic novel, the book kind of confused me in some bits. The story was a retelling of Rapunzel and that princess is one of my favorite. It also had an element of Snow White with the evil sorceress but in the middle, the book lost its grip making me feel not only just confused but also bored.

The illustrations were super cute and that was the one thing that took away my heart. The book represented the LGBTQIA+ community and the message that even a princess can be fierce and fight instead of just wearing tiaras and quivering behind guards when someone attacks strongly gave out the message of women empowerment and that element was super awesome.

So overall, this book was really good but didn’t live up to my expectations and that got me a bit disappointed. You should still give this book a try as it is a short read and also cute.

So that is it!! See you all later and I hope you all are doing okay. Have fun!!!

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Signing Out_X.


One response to “Princess Princess Ever After || Book Review.”

  1. Not really a book for me, but I am happy to see you back on your blog, Suzan.
    I hope things calm down in The Congo, and that your parents stay safe.
    Best wishes, Pete. xx


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