Dealing with Dragons (Enchanted Forest Chronicles #1) (1990)
by Patricia C. Wrede
Princess Cimorene escapes the dull, dutiful life of a princess by running away to become a dragon’s servant.
She enjoys this lifestyle and soon learns of a plot to overthrow the leadership of dragon society.
Patricia Wrede writes a light, breezy tale that does not engage the emotions very much and is never as funny as it is meant to be, although it is amusing on a fairly consistent basis.
|Patricia C. Wrede|
The plucky princess bridling under the shackles of tradition has become a familiar trope, but since this book was first published in the early ’90s, it is possible that it was fresher then.
|"The Dragon Princess" (German)|
|"The Princess Smirked at the Dragon" (Thai)|
|"Living with Dragons" (Turkish)|
|"Collusion with Dragons" (Polish)|"Dragons Business" (Hebrew) "How to Deal with a Dragon" (Romanian) "It's Not Easy with Princesses" (Czech) "Cendorine and the Dragons" (French) "Princess of the Dragon" (Finnish)
Post a Comment