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What the community says about Princess Ben
- "I was looking for better books in regards to princesses and this book puts the icing on the cake! It has a great story line and is very thought out! Princess Benevolence has such an impact of a character in the book and you will get sucked in! I also like how this book isn't full romance like a traditional princess story. There is much more to it!"
- "This book is fantastic, it describes a very special story, it absorbs you into the story, you will read every page of this book being surprised on the situations and the situations that occur, and i am sure you will love this book as i do. I suggest reading it during free time, and i am sure this time will be qualitative. "
- "In the age where Harry Potter is a big influence, it is refreshing to read to a book with a strong female lead. She is human, not magical, but I loved the hurdles that she had to overcome to be truly who she needs to be. There are some plot holes and things that are never fully explained, but as a young adult reading book, I plan to pass this book on to my daughter."
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- "A great fantasy read with a magical background. The author chose to add a dash of fairy tale, a pinch of reality in human suffering, and a shake of beauty among the good and evil tug of war between the dark queen and her ever-so- helpless subject. Princess Ben shows us perseverance and defiance in the shadow of gloom can turn the tables in a delightful way."
- "Even though I haven't read this book, it seems like one that I would read. Princess Ben's life was somehow like Cinderella's life. But the similarities are both Princess Ben and Cinderella were being raised by stepmothers, but the difference here is the Prince wanted to marry Cinderella and with Princess Ben, her stepmother was going marry her off to the first available specimen of imbecilic manhood. Princess Ben taught herself how to do magic and with that she was going to save her kingdom from annihilation and herself from permanent enslavement."
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