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#30: The Princess and The Pea by Diane Setterfield

Originally a literary fairy tale written by Hans Christian Andersen in 1835, the story is about a young woman, whose royal identity is established by a test of her physical sensitivity.

Atria/Emily Bestler Books
16 pages
ISBN: 9781476773001
October 2013


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REVIEW:
To the point!
This story is so short, I almost thought I missed something.
It's a cute tale though and I enjoyed the princess character at the end. She was full of spunk and that was how she enamored the king, queen and prince as well.
Not so sure I totally get it, but in afterthought, I'm sure more will come to me.
Short and sweet little read!


3/5


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    1. Not really. Just a different author telling the same story their way.

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  2. Hmm, I wondered the same thing. And is it just an ebook short story, meant for an anthology?

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  3. I've always liked the story of The Princess and the Pea. My parents joke that it's about me because even as a kid I could feel every lump or bump in my bed! lol!

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  4. I think the Princess and the Pea is about me since I am never comfortable ever! So is the twist worth the reading?

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