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The Princess Bride What Happens When The Most Beautiful Girl In The World Marries The Handsomest Prince Of All Time And He Turns Out To Bewella Lot Less Than The Man Of Her Dreams As A Boy, William Goldman Claims, He Loved To Hear His Father Read The S Morgenstern Classic, The Princess Bride But As A Grown Up He Discovered That The Boring Parts Were Left Out Of Good Old Dad S Recitation, And Only The Good Parts Reached His EarsNow Goldman Does Dad One Better He S Reconstructed The Good Parts Version To Delight Wise Kids And Wide Eyed Grownups EverywhereWhat S It About Fencing Fighting True Love Strong Hate Harsh Revenge A Few Giants Lots Of Bad Men Lots Of Good Men Five Or Six Beautiful Women Beasties Monstrous And Gentle Some Swell Escapes And Captures Death, Lies, Truth, Miracles, And A Little SexIn Short, It S About Everything


10 thoughts on “The Princess Bride

  1. says:

    If you haven t read this book, then all I can tell you is to go out, get it, and read it Now Don t bother with the rest of this review, you ll thank me later It has Fencing.Fighting.Torture.Poison.True Love.Hate.Revenge.Giants.Hunters.Good men.Bad men.Beautiful


  2. says:

    It s amazing that I ve never found time to read this book before I have seen the movie, but it was years ago and I only really remember the one thing that everyone remembers The real strength of this book is that is just ticks every box imaginable It s a fairy tale, full


  3. says:

    First of all, anyone who s rated this less than 5 stars is just wrong, very wrong I know this because I was recently instated Master of all Opinions where mine is the most rightest The StructureI guess the real place to start with this book is with its structure You may have notic


  4. says:

    I must say that the humour in this book is quite special I must court her now, said the Prince Leave us alone for a minute He rode the white expertly down the hill Buttercup had never seen such a giant beast Or such a rider I am your Prince and you will marry me, Humperdinck said Buttercup


  5. says:

    This book has, as you may know Fencing Fighting Torture Poison True love Hate Revenge Giants Hunters Bad men Good men Beautifulest ladies Snakes Spiders Beasts of all natures and descriptions Pain Death Brave men Coward men Strongest men Chases Escapes Lies Truths Passion Miracles.And if you like any


  6. says:

    I am one of the few people in the world who does not think the book is better than the movie here There is an undercurrent of bitterness in this book that I find off putting I am given to understand by a friend that those elements i.e., the autobiographical stuff in Goldman s own persona are actually fictional


  7. says:

    Okay, I like the movie better than the book I mean I love watching all of my characters So There Anyhoo, I m adding some pictures from the book There are a lot of them but I m just going to add a few I thought they were wonderful On the inside front and back pages there is a map but I only added one part of the map so y


  8. says:

    5.0 stars HOW AMAZINGLY GOOD IS THIS BOOK YOU ASK.so good it is almost This is a literary treasure and one that I can not recommendhighly Let me start by saying that prior to reading this book I had probably seen the movie version a dozen times or so and ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT I only mention this so that you know where I m coming fro


  9. says:

    One of my all time favorites Long before the movie existed, I stumbled across this book in my college bookstore This cover spoke to my YA fairy tale loving heart So I bought it, without knowing a thing about the story And the book was NOT what I was expecting It was way, WAY better.If you love the movie, read the book and don t let yoursel


  10. says:

    Cynics are simply thwarted romantics So true I could not have said it better myself Allow me to introduce myself I am Evgeny and I hate beloved classics In my justification I can only say this time I did not hate this book, I was just not impressed at all So William Goldman s favorite book was The Princess Bride written by S Morgenstern when he grew


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