Book Review: Bad Prince Charlie by John Moorecategories: Book, Comedy, Humor, Fantasy
Author: John Moore
A Bad Prince Makes a Good BookTerry Pratchett often admits that his first three Discworld novels were lacking in plot and structure. Moore, who is an admirer of Pratchett, seems to be learning from Pratchett's mistakes. Bad Prince Charlie has fewer one-liners and anachronisms than his earlier books (Slay and Rescue, Heroics for Beginners, The Unhandsome Prince), but for that very reason it works better as a novel. Lots of plot twists and clever characters kept me turning the pages right to the end. I consider him second only to Pratchett for humorous fantasy.
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