Storyteller

Storyteller

Book - 2008
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Jack, a seventeen-year-old storyteller, goes to the royal city seeking his fortune and soon attracts the attention of the grief-stricken king, his beautiful eldest daughter, and his cruel young son, and he attempts to help them--and the entire kingdom--through his stories.
Publisher: New York : Clarion Books, c2008.
ISBN: 9780618695416
0618695419
Characteristics: 283 p. ; 24 cm.

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DPerez1
Aug 11, 2016

my favorite part was when jack was getting married because it was a happen moment for him

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noodlepi
Jun 26, 2013

loved it the first time I read it. Good for younger people, like middle school and younger. I love the characters, but always picture the princess with darker hair. Even if you can read this book in a day, its better to read in about a week, so you know the story better and spend more time thinking about it. Edward Myers did very well.

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ABenoit
Jun 17, 2013

Liked the overall idea

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jhirdler24
May 04, 2013

This was an excellent book about the power of stories. Both for good and for evil. Starts out like the Princess Bride with a grandfather telling a story to his grandson. None of his regular tales will do, so he tells instead about a young storyteller and what happened to him. It's a good read and very interesting, but it lacks much of the humor of everyday life. It explains propaganda in a way that even young readers can understand without actually using the word.

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