The Princess And The Hound

The Princess And The Hound

eBook - 2009
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He is a prince and heir to a kingdom threatened on all sides, possessor of the forbidden animal magic. She is a princess from a rival kingdom, the daughter her father never wanted, isolated from all except her hound. In this lush and beautifully written fairy-tale romance, a prince, a princess, and two kingdoms are joined in the aftermath of a war. Proud, stubborn, and bound to marry for duty, George and Beatrice will steal your heart-but will they fall in love?
Publisher: [United States]:, Harper Collins Publishers ,, 2009
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ISBN: 9780061973628
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Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Mar 31, 2017

A very good style of writing which keeps the reader engaged. It is the first book in the Hound Saga series. It is an interesting story about Prince George and his betrothed - Princess Beatrice (strange Princess !!) who is inseparable from her hound named Marit.

Apr 26, 2012

I would love to read this book, if the Windsor Public Library was to get one for their system.

Apr 26, 2012

a very good book. an interesting ending but overall i really liked it. im definitely getting more by this author.

Mar 27, 2011

Really good young adult book. I enjoyed the magic part and found it to be very creative - not quite like anything else I have come across in other fantasy novels. I am getting more from this author!

Dec 04, 2010

Great book! Very, very creative, good ideas. It was a bit slow in the beginning, but got better near the end. Is it a series? Because it ended... strangely.


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