Rapunzel’s Tower by Wendy L Anderson: A Book Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Blurb: This is a story about a beautiful princess. You may say this tale has been told countless times, the moral of the story learned, and the children entertained but you may not have heard the entire truth.

A cruel twist of fate caused the princess to be locked in a magical tower. Two princes, one from the east and one from the west, are set against each other and tasked with rescuing her.

How hard can it be to climb a tower?

At the end of their perilous adventure, the Princess will only be able to choose one Prince as her true love. Which one will prevail in winning her hand? A tale such as this made from legends incites our minds and imaginations, and tugs at our heartstrings while chilling our bones. This is not just a story of cruel fate, but the tale of true love and Rapunzel and her tower.

My thoughts: I devoured this book! I just could not put it down. I was late for work every single day since starting reading this book, I was late back to work when on my breaks, I stayed up later, woke up earlier, and I did not do any housework at all. All I could think was ‘I need to get back to Zander and Andres’ and it was often a ‘just one more chapter’ scenario.

It isn’t what I expected. I was only read the story of Rapunzel when I was younger and I can not remember it at all, and of course, I’ve watched Tangled too so in my mind, I thought this book was going to be a typical Disney light-hearted princess story. However, this story doesn’t follow the princess, it follows the two princes who are trying to rescue her. The princes are rivals but must work together to complete quests in order to reach Rapunzel at the top of her tower even though they know that only one of them will be Rapunzel’s true love.

The worldbuilding was fantastic and I was/am very impressed with the ability of the author to build so many worlds within one world (you’ll understand what I mean once you’ve read it). I would love to discuss this further with somebody so please message me when you’ve read the book so we can chat about it.

It can be quite dark at times and I felt myself holding my breath a lot and my adrenaline pumping along with Zander and Andres. I loved the characters and I couldn’t help but fall in love with them. If I was Rapunzel, I wouldn’t know who to choose myself. That would be a tough decision. I was also impressed with how the secondary characters stood out enough to be memorable especially the Dragons!

I feel like a lot of thought has gone in to this story and it has been developed so well. I am honestly so impressed by it. The thing about Wendy L Anderson is, she keeps writing these super impressive books that just keep blowing my mind, and I just do not know how I can continue scoring 5/5 when her story’s just keep getting better and better.

Now how long till the next one because I need it yesterday!

Yours on kindle UK for just £2.16 – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Rapunzels-Tower-Wendy-L-Anderson-ebook/dp/B09G54DZRR/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=rapunzels+tower+wendy+l+anderson&qid=1631901941&sr=8-1

Kindle US – $2.99 – https://www.amazon.com/Rapunzels-Tower-Wendy-L-Anderson-ebook/dp/B09G54DZRR/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=rapunzel+tower+wendy+l+anderson&qid=1631901983&sr=8-1

Paperback US – $15.95 – https://www.amazon.com/Rapunzels-Tower-Wendy-L-Anderson/dp/1644563827/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1631901983&sr=8-1

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