Coming of Age Fantasy – Princess Moxie

princess-moxiePrincess Moxie
By Hank Quense
Publisher: Strange Worlds Publishing
Release Date: November 15, 2016
ISBN: 978-0985006389
Genre: Coming of Age Fantasy
Formats Available For Review: pdf, epub

Moxie grew up as a princess in Camelot — but not the one you know of. This Camelot is set in a hilarious parallel universe where the Knights of the Round Table play football and Guinevere coaches the team’s cheer leaders are the norm.

Moxie is not your average princess either. More obnoxious than graceful, she gets into rollicking adventures as she becomes an independent-minded, decisive woman.

While Moxie struggles, Camelot strives to defeat the vicious Saxons on the football field.  Merlin investigates the ‘Magic of the Mind’ using primitive Rorschach charts and Stonehenge is a theater-in-the-round.

Can Moxie overcome her ignorance of the real world.  After her treacherous uncle usurps Moxie’s crown, what will she do: walk away or fight to get the crown back?

Will the Saxons beat Camelot’s football team?

If you enjoy how Douglas Adams changed your view of the universe, you will love how Princess Moxie upends everything you think you know about Camelot and coming of age stories.

This story is as delightfully funny as it is absurd.

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