Princess Madeline and the Dragon by Kirstin Pulioff

Princess Madeline and the Dragon

I am happy to post my book review of Princess Madeline and the Dragon, the last book in the fairy tale trilogy by Kirstin Pulioff.  Madeline shows a new level of maturity not seen in the first two books of the series indicating she has grown up and is ready to marry her beloved knight. But first, she must discover the meaning of the green mist in her dreams. The mystery of the mist is the key to the safety of her homeland Soron and her new kingdom, Epoh. Will she unlock the secret of her dreams in time to save both of her beloved kingdoms from the green dragon? And will she arrived in time to save her twin brother who is battling the green dragon?

Princess Madeline and the Dragon

I highly recommend this book and the entire series, as all of the books are well written and hold the reader’s attention. The Princess Madeline books are great fairy tales destined to be loved by readers of all ages. To read Mrs. D.’s review of The Escape of Princess Madeline and my review of The Battle for Princess Madeline please click the titles or the thumbnails. As a measure of how much I liked these books, I plan to purchase them for my niece’s birthday gift.

The Escape of Princess Madeline by Kirstin PulioffThe Battle For Princess Madeline by Kirstin Pulioff

Note: I received an advance review copy in exchange for an honest review.

Originally posted January 5, 2014 on

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