This time our girl comes to a small kingdom of Salamistonia (yep, which had my stomach growling in hunger)! She finds out that not all is well in this kingdom. The royal Jester has been kidnapped by a wizard, and now everyone is in the pits. Yep, one Jester gone and no one can laugh any more. Don’t ask me how that works, but that is how it goes in this kingdom.
Our princess sees her second deed on the horizon, and goes after it. I loved her plans how to get the Jester out (plus, how fun that she can do magic, I am guessing not everyone can do that in that country, due to how people reacted), plus she also understand that teamwork is a good thing.
I didn’t like Lucas at all. I get he is afraid of everything, even his shadow, but come on. It was just so dumb. Princess Pulverizer is trying so hard to learn things, to become better, whereas he doesn’t do crap and just stands there like a ninny completely ruining things. 😐
I really liked the princess in this one. She is still selfish, at times mean, and still has a lot to learn before she can become a true knight, but she is definitely improving. Learning things as she tries to complete quests and get closer to knighthood.
Like the other book this one is filled to the brim with illustrations, and I just love them, though I wasn’t too sure about the designs of the Jester or the wizard.
This one is also full of hilarious word-jokes/puns varying from hilarious to groan.
Since this one concludes her second kindness quest, I am guessing it is going to be a kindness/good deed a book, which means at least 6 more books to go! This makes me so so happy, as I want more adventures of Princess Pulverizer and her hapless friends.
The ending was a good one, and I liked the item she got from it. I am sure that will come in handy with the next quest/kindness deed!
I hope my library gets the next books soon, I want to see what is going to happen next!