Prince Jade

Prince Jade

by Celesta Thiessen


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781490549620
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/28/2013
Pages: 136
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.32(d)

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Prince Jade 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anna-Katerina More than 1 year ago
Prince Jade has all the facets of a forever-cherished fairy tale! The theme is noble, and the story is captivating, both charming and surprising the reader. Its main characters have depths that are found in only the best stories of this genre. The language, at times almost poetic, is perfect for the telling of Prince Jade – a tale that entertains and inspires and delights!
AnneLevine More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. The storytelling reminded me of a fairytale or legend, and I liked how the style was kind of unusual. The setting was vivid and I found myself caring about the characters as they struggled not only with the external conflicts but with the internal - inner struggles that, although presented in a fantasy context here - are really struggles that are part of the human experience. Plus, I think I kinda fell in love with Jade.  
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Angie_Lisle More than 1 year ago
Christian Fantasy. I'm Eclectic Pagan and I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review. The religion wasn't what turned me off. I actually liked the way Christianity was utilized to influence the characters; it was one of the strong parts of the story. But, I would have liked the story more if it had been shown to me rather than told. Let me experience events with the characters, flesh out those action scenes instead of telling me a list of conflicts that lead up to the climaxes. This book has several conflicts and could easily be a thousand-pager but all that action is reduced to a list of events that I'm told in under 200-pages. That reduction disconnects the characters from each other, which affects my ability to relate to the characters.