The latest Kirsten Vangsness books, “The Princess Bride: A Love Story”, has received mixed reviews from critics. This is not unusual in a love story; books are normally controversial in some way. A well-written and well-researched book will always receive a mixed reaction. Despite this, the book contains two small flaws which I believe may keep readers from enjoying the story to the extent it was intended.
Kirsten Vangsness Books Review
The book is so large that some people find it difficult to turn the pages. A few reviews have indicated that the book may be hard to read. However, other reviewers have felt that the book was easy to read. For me, the challenge came in finding the time to read the book. It is not so easy to finish the entire book before bedtime or at any other times when you work full-time.
In addition, the book can be quite boring due to its lengthy length and sometimes confusing plot, which tend to get your reader’s attention quickly. There are some pages which are relatively long and can be hard to comprehend, but as it turns out to be the theme of the book, you will be happy to pick up the theme and be entertained by it throughout the book.
The other thing that can keep you from reading the book is the narrator. The narration does not flow very well, and it also makes it difficult to concentrate on the story; however, the author states that it is her style of speaking and that most of the book is dialogue.
Some people find the book to be romantic, while others find it to be boring. The book is not for everyone, and if you dislike romantic love stories then you might find the book a bit out of your comfort zone.
Kirsten Vangsness is a storyteller who enjoys writing about love. Unfortunately, the book fails to live up to all of her promise and is not a very good book. If you enjoy reading about love, then the book is an enjoyable read, but for some people it might be hard to enjoy the book as much as she intended.
The book does contain a few interesting anecdotes about the author and her life, but these are not enough to make the book stand out from the rest of the crowd. However, even with the faults, the book does contain the romance, humor, and fun that many authors strive for. That is enough to make the book worth reading, but the flaw still remains.
This book may be worth reading if you enjoy stories about love but may not be worth the time you take to read it. It is entertaining and contains some short, entertaining stories, but the end result is a book that does not live up to the promise of the author. However, if you enjoy short, enjoyable stories about love, then this book may be worth reading.