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The Life and Times of Rapunzel
by Stacy Layne Wilson Amber Quill Press

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 1592790534

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards


An adult fairy tale as told by Argus the wizard from the land Othruth. The reader will enjoy the many facets to this story as it unfolds and want to keep reading. Rapunzel is rescued from her tower by a handsome prince, but things don't fae into the usual hapy-ever-after ending. Instead, because of a huge misunderstanding on her part, Rapunzel leaves the prince's castle and begins to travel. In her wandering, she runs into Hemingway, a prince turned into a cat by his half-sister who wants to steal his throne. This gives her focus and someone to help. Rapunzel and Hemingway set off in search of someone who can turn him back into a prince. Their adventures include travel to earth to find Ernest Hemingway, the author, escaping the wicked half-sister, Siameez, and meeting witches and mages to get the help Hemingway needs. Plenty of action to please the reader. If you enjoy fantasy with a different outlook, this is one story you will enjoy. A wide diversity of characters and backgrounds. Author Stacy Layne Wilson tells a great story in The Life and Times of Rapunzel. Enjoy.



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