Princess of the Damned

  • by Wendy Knight
  • Narrated by Hannah Preisinger
  • 4 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

What do you do when the face in the mirror isn't yours?
Landon has never seen his own reflection. He saw hers instead. He grew up watching this girl in the mirror grow with him. Grew up memorizing every feature, every movement, every horror she endured. He can see into her palace, into the darkness she's trapped in.
When he was little, he told his parents about her. They thought she was an imaginary friend, and they humored him.
But she didn't go away.
And when Landon was 17, he fell in love with her.
She is a captive of the Queen of the Damned.
Now he'll risk everything to try to save her - his life, his home, his entire world.

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A chilling read!

What do you do when the face in the mirror isn't yours?

The Princess of the Damned trapped...
The boys who sees her in the mirror...
Falls in love with her...
Now, he needs to save her from the Queen of the Damned...

The Bloody Mary angle was different, original, and most definitely alluring and engrossing. I was so absorbed in the story that I did not notice anything around me. So thrilling and spine-chilling!

Such a brilliantly done read - loved the take on Bloody Mary and what horror goes on in the Isles of the Damned. So disturbing but as the same time wickedly good!

Full of Hell, ghosts, souls, Bloody Mary, bravery, strong-willed and determined characters, darkness, cruelty, strength and love.

Perfect for readers of paranormal romance/horror.

A good read and listen. Absolutely loved the narrator's voice - I could so involved in this book that I forgot the world around me and just listened. An amazing experience!
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- Sairaika

Worth the wait!

I purchased this book quite awhile before listening to/reading it. I'm not sure why but I did. As soon as I started, though, I couldn't put it down! It was amazing! And I loved how you could hear a difference in the voices, even though they were all narrated by the same person. I think I liked the portrayal of Mary the best, especially at the end. And I loved the changes in reading pace as things got exciting...it really felt like I was reading it and anxiously flying through the pages to see what was going to happen.

All in all, I definitely loved this one! Amazing performance both by the author and the narrator! Kudos to you both!
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- Megan

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-12-2017
  • Publisher: Wendy Knight