Princeless: The Pirate Princess

Review:
Princeless: The Pirate Princess - Jeremy WhitleyThis volume serves as volume 3 for the Princeless series even though it isn’t labeled that way. The next one after just goes on to volume four with Princess Adrienne and then Raven moving on to her own series.

Adrienne has been on the run and working to save her sisters, but when she finds another princess locked away in a tower, she decides to spring her! But Raven Xingtao, the daughter of the Pirate King, is more of a handful that Adrienne could have ever expected. Before she knows it, Adrienne is off on a whirlwind adventure to complete Raven’s quest for revenge!

Like I wrote about the last two volumes, this series is so much fun. This story revolves more around Raven than Adrienne. Two of the issues contained in it are even told from her point of view, rather than Adrienne’s. As a character, Raven is a lot of fun and her backstory is compelling. It was great to see an opponent of Adrienne’s dad and to see the girls work together despite their fathers. I also appreciated how she came to be called a princess and therefore be put in a tower, like Adrienne and her sisters had been.

The way the girls learned to get along was fun. I think we’ve all had those friends who were a little harder to get along with, who were a little suspect at first.

 

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