Read Crisanta Knight: Protagonist Bound Online Free - I was going to be a great protagonist. At least that's what my mom, Cinderella, kept telling me. I, however, had my doubts. Unlike most main characters at Lady Agnue's School for Princesses & Other Female Protagonists, I was opinionated, bold, and headstrong.
Moreover, for a princess, I had a lot of issues. I'm talking vicious nightmares about people I've never met, a total stalker prince, and a Fairy Godmother for an enemy. But I digress. Because here's the thing about living in an enchanted realm of fairytale characters, crazy junk you never planned on happens all the time. One minute you could be practicing fainting exercises in Damsels in Distress class, sword fighting in a field, or flying on a Pegasus, and the next, BAM! Your book has begun and you're saddled with a prophecy that changes everything.
I still don't know if I will be a great protagonist one day. But I know one thing about my fate, for certain. Despite what The Author and the antagonists have in store for me, whatever it costs. . .I'll be the one taking charge of my own story.
|Title||:||Crisanta Knight: Protagonist Bound|
|Number of Pages||:||434 pages|
May 06, 2016
Crisanta Knight is the daughter of Cinderella and attends Lady Agnue's School for Princesses & Other Female Protagonists with her friends S.J. and Blue. S.J. stands for Snow White Jr. and Blue is Little Red Riding Hood's sister. The girls all attend the school because they are among the ones...
December 17, 2016
There seems to be a lot of books that have come out recently that have that 'I am princess, hear me roar" thing going on, and it is getting a little played out, but...
Crisanta Knight is not your average feminist fairytale remake. There is a lot of originality with the characters, setting, and the...
June 04, 2016
"The idea to change our lives, take our fates into our own hands, and decide who we were for ourselves - it was an insane, beautiful, tempting idea that could not be extinguished now that we'd given life to it."
My rating: 3.5
Crisanta Knight: Protagonist Bound by Geanna Culbertson is an interest...
June 04, 2016
I'm obviously in the minority on this book, but I really, really didn't enjoy it. I thank Netgalley for offering me an ARC, but honestly, had to skim most of it, because I was not a fan of the writing style. The idea of a "fairy tale school" was done better by Somain Chainani, and the author real...
August 22, 2016
I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley and Boutique of Quality Books in exchange for an honest review.
This is both the first book I've read by this author and the first book in this series. I found the book somewhat randomly when I was searching through NetGalley to see if there was anythi...
October 08, 2016
One word, delightful.
Crisanta Knight: Protagonist Bound is sort of a fairytale descendant version of Harry Potter, but unlike Harry, Crisanta isn’t a chosen one or unfamiliar with her lot in life. She knows exactly what’s expected of her, but she doesn’t plan to succumb to that fate easily. Her...
April 27, 2017
2. 5 stars.
Interesting, really interesting (here comes the cursed but, ooops) BUT it could've been a lot better.
Give it a try *shrugs*
August 06, 2016
Thank you NetGalley for sending me a free copy of this book
This book was really good and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who loves a good fairytale. It has an awesome princess/badass heroine protagonist, a fairytale mixup and a great moral backstory. What more do you want?
September 09, 2016
I received a copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Usually when I'm reading a NetGalley book, I'm aware that it is a review copy. This leads to me being more aware of potential mistakes and elements of the book that I didn't like. However, when I was reading Crisanta K...
September 05, 2017
Told not Shown
I really wanted to like this book-- the premise and creativity had great promise for a fun read. However it became incredibly boring after the novelty wore off. Everything was explained-- told and not shown. Information was frequently repeated, why she had these feelings of dread re...