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The Princess Game - Soman Chainani (39)

 
  • ASIN: ‎ B08L63TYW8
  • Publisher: ‎ Amazon Original Stories (December 15, 2020)
  • Kindle: ‎ 2965 KB
  • Print: ‎ 51 pages




There are no happy endings for the Princesses of Chaminade High in this short, twisty tale of teenage murder games by the New York Times bestselling author of The School for Good and Evil series.

The victims are the most popular girls in school, each murdered and arranged in a grim fairy-tale tableau. To find the killer, rookie detective Callum Pederson has gone undercover where the Princes hold court. He’s found enough secrets among the bros to bring them in for questioning—but he could very well get lost in the games the Princes play.

The Princess Game is part of Faraway, a collection of retold fairy tales that take the happily-ever-after in daring new directions. Whether read or listened to in one sitting, prepare to be charmed, moved, enlightened, and frightened all over again.


Soman Chainani’s debut series, THE SCHOOL FOR GOOD AND EVIL, has sold more than 2 million copies, been translated into 29 languages across six continents, and will soon be a major motion picture.

A graduate of Harvard University and Columbia University’s MFA Film Program, Soman began his career as a screenwriter and director, with his films playing at over 150 film festivals around the world. He has been nominated for the Waterstone Prize for Children’s Literature, been named to the Out100, and also received the $100,000 Shasha Grant and the Sun Valley Writer’s Fellowship, both for debut writers.

Soman lives in New York City.



My review for Hazel And Gray
My review for The Prince And The Troll


REVIEW:
Not very often where I say the ending was the best part of the story but guess what folks?! It is! Also I didn't like how abruptly it ended and I wanted a different outcome.  Still it was awesome!
This story, I still have no idea what fairytale it's based off, and frankly, I don't care. It was still a great little twisty tale. I love a good murder mystery and this was a good one. I was on the edge of my seat the whole time! I didn't want it to end though, but that's a good thing!
Probably my favorite of the series so far!


4.5/5



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