Book Review: The Faerie Godmother’s Apprentice Wore Green by Nicky Kyle


The village of Styesville has a dragon problem, and is in sore need of a knight in shining armor to solve it for them. Instead, they get a strange traveler in a ragged cloak they barely even notice at first. Worse still, it soon becomes clear the problem setting fire to their village isn’t as simple as a dragon…

The Faerie Godmother's Apprentice Wore Green Book Cover The Faerie Godmother's Apprentice Wore Green
Nicky Kyle
Less Than Three Press
March 23, 2016


It's a nice and unique spin on a popular fairy tale. You know the one where a princess was locked in a tower and the bravest Prince would have to fight for her.

I like how Nicky Kyle thought 'what if the princess was asexual and didn't want true love's kiss but instead said Hell nah! I'm busting out of this joint, summoned a dragon and rather than have the dragon fight the Princes and discover which one is the one  she rode on the damn thing and escaped!

I loved this book, I love the pretty prose and the fact that imagined Dragons are very unrealistic I mean, when we imagine dragons we don't really take into account how the damn thing is able to lift itself and fly.

Seriously, this book is awesome read it!

More about A.O. Chika

Hi My name is A. O. Chika, welcome to my book blog. \( ̄▽ ̄)/ I read strictly LGBT books - fanfic included of course :)

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