The Hero's Guide to Being an Outlaw (Hero's Guide Series #3)

The Hero's Guide to Being an Outlaw (Hero's Guide Series #3)


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The Hero's Guide to Being an Outlaw 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
book4children More than 1 year ago
The biggest problem with this book is that it's the last one. In fact, that's the only problem with this book. Why did the series have to end? I'm considering a fundraising campaign to bribe the author and illustrator into writing more books. If that doesn't work, I may have to kidnap them both and lock them in my crawlspace until they finish, at a minimum, 27 more books. Or until they get a movie deal, whichever comes first. As with the first two books, I laughed the whole way through all 500 pages of The Hero's Guide to Being an Outlaw. Christopher Healy must have a joke Rolodex that he consults, because I don't see how one man can come up with so much outrageous humor by himself. I loved every last page of this book. The characters are as entertaining as ever. Liam and his obsession with capes is still high on my list of Things I Love About the League. I also adore Lila and her ability to charm everyone, especially Ruffian the Blue. I love the friendship between all of the League members (even Briar). Deeb Rauber is as horrid and hilarious as always, and he is still my favorite villain. If you haven't read these books, start at the beginning with The Hero's Guide to Saving Your Kingdom, and work your way through the series. They are definitely worth the read. Be prepared to laugh! Highly recommended for anyone, young and old, that appreciates a hearty chuckle. Content: Clean
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is one of the best books ive ever read!
Carstairs38 More than 1 year ago
Framed for Murder and on the Run As this book opens, tragedy has struck the kingdom of Avondell. The princess Briar Rose has been murdered. While the kingdom goes into mourning (obviously by subjects who don’t know her well), the decree goes out to arrest the League of Princes and their accomplices (you know, people like Snow White, Ella, and Rapunzel) for this horrible crime. With the reward being untold riches, every bounty hunter in the Thirteen Kingdoms is after our heroes. As crazy as it sounds, the Princes do have motive based on what Briar Rose has done to them in the past. But they are innocent of the crime, and they figure the only way to save themselves and their friends is to find the real killer. What no one realizes is that this is merely part of a fiendish plot to take over all of the Thirteen Kingdoms. Can the Princes clear their name? Will they be able to defeat this new plot as well? One reason I was anxious to read this book was the character arcs from the previous book. I could tell where some of these things were going to go, and I was anxious to see if I was right. I’m pleased to say I am very happy with where the characters wound up at the end of this book. No real surprises there, but the target Middle Grade audience might not pick up on the arcs as easily as I did as an adult. And, it’s not a bad thing at all to leave us with happily ever after, especially for a fairy tale series. Where the surprises came into play was the plot. This book is about 515 pages long, and I was never bored. The story moves forward quickly with plenty of action. I saw a few twists coming early, but there were others I wasn’t expecting. Everything leads up to a climax that is creative, suspenseful, and nicely wraps up everything from the trilogy. Of course, one reason I loved this series was the plentiful humor with is once again on display here. I can’t count the number of times I laughed, chuckled, or at least grinned over the course of this book. A few of the characters are downright silly, and they provide great laughs. There are some funny situations and witty banter as well. Circling back to the characters, author Christopher Healy has done a great job making all of the main characters likable. There were a few I didn’t care for as much in the first book, but by now I really do know them and think they are truly great. Even the silliest have had moments that showed true character. Liam, Gustav, Duncan, and Frederic, our four Princes Charming, are very different as well, so it is easy to keep them straight. With a book this long, I figured I would be happy to finish it in four days. I finished in three. That’s a testament to how quickly the pages fly by and how much I was enjoying it. I rarely wanted to put the book down. So if you’ve enjoyed these books, be sure to pick up The Hero’s Guide to Being an Outlaw. And if you have yet to meet the League of Princes, start this charming series today.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I can't find the 4th book, yes there's a fourth book, anywhere I was hoping to find it on my nook but soon discovered it wasn't on here! This truely is a great book it kept me on my toes for sure It brought the characters to life I LUV THIS SERIES AND AINT AFRAID TO SHOW IT so YA!!!!!! ;-) Tho the princesses are pathetic (so is Frederic Gutav Duncan and Liam) but I dont get y Val was added to the story
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The first book is literally sitting next to me and its fery vunny
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
That was one of the best book i have ever read !!!!!! If you are wondering weather or not to get it get it !!!!!! And get it on here cause the book is only in hard cover right now so its like 22 dollars!!!! sooooooooo good
This_Kid_Reviews_Books More than 1 year ago
BAH HA HA HA HA HA HA!!!! The book is hilarious! I loved the first two books in the series and they just keep getting better. It’s credit to Mr. Healy that he can keep coming up with great things for these characters to do. The the humor along with action and adventure in the book kept me turning the pages – **literally I read all 528 pages over 2 days – I couldn’t put the book down. Mr. Healy has a great writing style. Even for kids who aren’t that into reading will love the book because of the story. The Prince Charming characters in the story are great main characters. I love how they are all different personality-wise but all want the same thing; their honor back. The book isn’t just for boys. I think girls will love the story just as much. I think the idea of the story and this series is super imaginative and completely fun. This is one of those books where I wish the rating scale went higher than 5. *NOTE I got a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review
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This is the longest book i ever read with pictures
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the funniest book and the best book i hav ever red