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10 thoughts on “The Prince and the Dressmaker

  1. Emily May Emily May says:

    This was absolutely adorable.I m not exaggerating when I say books like this really do restore a little of my faith in humanity It s a really cute story but, as a person who generally prefers tense and gritty over cute reads, it s not too saccharine as to be unbearable This is a good graphic novel for readers who enjoy the occasional fun read like Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda or My Lady Jane.The illustrations are simple and cartoonish, but still good It suits the tone of the story, This was absolutely adorable.I m not exaggerating when I say books like this really do restore a little of my faith in humanity It s a really cute story but, as a person who generally prefers tense and gritty over cute reads, it s not too saccharine as to be unbearable This is a good graphic novel for readers who enjoy the occasional fun read like Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda or My Lady Jane.The illustrations are simple and cartoonish, but still good It suits the tone of the story, to be honest The Prince and the Dressmaker is about Frances, a Parisian dressmaker who suddenly receives an amazing opportunity to make dresses for royalty Prince Sebastian, to be precise Together the pair dazzle around Paris at night, with Sebastian or Lady Crystallia wearing Frances s gorgeous creations But by day he must go back to being the prince and Frances must keep his secret Friendship grows between them, and then something else, but when Sebastian s secret threatens an amazing opportunity for Frances, things get complicated Both characters are wonderful and lovable and, as readers shall soon see, they are surrounded by some pretty amazing secondary characters, too The whole view spoiler fashion show hide spoiler near the end might just be one of the best things I ve ever seen XDI can t stop smiling.Blog Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube


  2. Cristina Monica Cristina Monica says:

    This is the graphic novel I had no idea I was waiting for these past twenty years of my life I have always loved stories about princes and princesses and kings and queens and lavish dresses no wonder I couldn t put this down.I don t want to speak too soon Oh hell, I can already see this one winning Best Graphic Novel in December 2018 when the Goodreads Choice Awards makes its appearance once again And if that doesn t happen, I will consider protesting Unless, of course, something better gets This is the graphic novel I had no idea I was waiting for these past twenty years of my life I have always loved stories about princes and princesses and kings and queens and lavish dresses no wonder I couldn t put this down.I don t want to speak too soon Oh hell, I can already see this one winning Best Graphic Novel in December 2018 when the Goodreads Choice Awards makes its appearance once again And if that doesn t happen, I will consider protesting Unless, of course, something better gets published as if Well look at that, mama bear has come out to protect her babies Prince Sebastian has a scandalous secret By day, he is the son of the King of Belgium who must act accordingly and, unfortunately, find a princess to marry in order to form a fortunate alliance But by night, he becomes Lady Crystallia, a fashionable woman who creates trends and is the light of any event.All thanks to Frances, Sebastian s new dressmaker who can transform a boring fabric into a magic dress Frances knows the prince s secret, but she is the only one, and that is how it shall remain, or else he might lose this side of him forever After all, who wants a prince who wears dresses I do I wasn t that fan of Jen Wang s IN REAL LIFE, a graphic novel about gaming, but this is a completely different creature Everything about it is perfect and that is not something I get to say very often But it s true, from my point of view I loved the characters, the story, the themes, the drawings, and even the ending regardless of the fact that it s not one hundred perfect realistic Now that I think about it, I m not sure I even breathed as I read this I was in a state of full absorption Blog Youtube Twitter Instagram Google Bloglovin


  3. Victoria Schwab Victoria Schwab says:

    Absolutely charming.


  4. Zoë Zoë says:

    Loved, loved, loved The art style was colorful and cute and atmospheric, which is exactly what I enjoy in a graphic novel It takes place in late 19th century France, which gives the story a slightly fairytale vibe The characters were lovable and helped each other become the best versions of themselves And, of course, my favorite aspect was how respectfully gender identity is discussed I could go on and on about what I loved, but I think you get the point.One issue I had was that the main ch Loved, loved, loved The art style was colorful and cute and atmospheric, which is exactly what I enjoy in a graphic novel It takes place in late 19th century France, which gives the story a slightly fairytale vibe The characters were lovable and helped each other become the best versions of themselves And, of course, my favorite aspect was how respectfully gender identity is discussed I could go on and on about what I loved, but I think you get the point.One issue I had was that the main character was forced into coming out during a public event, but I loved the happily ever after both protagonists were ultimately given


  5. Ariel Ariel says:

    I just. loved this It was so solid The art was beautiful. I ll probably buy anything that Jen Wang ever releases The story was fun and the ending made me happy and emotional I felt like the story was a little straight forward and predictable, but not in a way that frustrated me It felt like a fairy tale where you know the lesson, you know the moral, but you still want to hear it.


  6. Mackenzi Mackenzi says:

    This book is the anachronistic 19th century French fairytale meets Project Runway but with cross dressing and deconstruction of gender norms of my dreams.


  7. Claudia Ramírez Claudia Ramírez says:

    THIS WAS SO PRECIOUS All of the stars for it


  8. Whitney Atkinson Whitney Atkinson says:

    This was running at a four stars for me the entire book because it was precious and supportive and the art was great but then the climax hit and I immediately bumped it up a star This book was SO great and was the perfect balance of simplistic while also hitting such important topics like being gender fluid and acceptance thereof I devoured this in less than an hour and cannot wait to buy a copy for my shelf, since this was a library copy Definitely highly recommend for any reader of any This was running at a four stars for me the entire book because it was precious and supportive and the art was great but then the climax hit and I immediately bumped it up a star This book was SO great and was the perfect balance of simplistic while also hitting such important topics like being gender fluid and acceptance thereof I devoured this in less than an hour and cannot wait to buy a copy for my shelf, since this was a library copy Definitely highly recommend for any reader of any age I wish this book was a series and I could get a million volumes of Sebastian and Frances s adventures


  9. Chelsea (chelseadolling reads) Chelsea (chelseadolling reads) says:

    I smile every time I think about this SO GOOD


  10. destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries] destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries] says:

    I was so excited to read this graphic novel, and it did not disappoint in the slightest This is honestly my favorite graphic novel I have read all year probably in the last two years, even and I know it is one I would reread again and again in the future The artwork is beautiful, the story is so sweet, and I just loved every single bit of it from start to finish.I know a lot of reviewers have said they re hesitant to call this a queer story, because Sebastian never specifically calls himself t I was so excited to read this graphic novel, and it did not disappoint in the slightest This is honestly my favorite graphic novel I have read all year probably in the last two years, even and I know it is one I would reread again and again in the future The artwork is beautiful, the story is so sweet, and I just loved every single bit of it from start to finish.I know a lot of reviewers have said they re hesitant to call this a queer story, because Sebastian never specifically calls himself trans, nonbinary, gender fluid, etc I understand the hesitation with how open ended it feels, but at one point in the story, Sebastian specifically says that some days, he feels like a prince, and some days, he feels like a princess When I showed this panel to a loved one of mine who is nonbinary, he immediately said that it resonated very strongly with him, and frankly, that s good enough for me to recommend this as a must read, beautiful queer story I know not every experience is the same, but I would just like to ask my fellow cisgender reviewers to take cautions before implying that this story isn t queer enough.That tangent aside, seriously, this book is gorgeous, Jen Wang is ridiculously talented, and I truly hope there ison the way in the veins of The Prince and the Dressmaker, because this warmed my heart and gave me all of the fuzzy feelings Even if you don t like graphic novels typically but especially if you do , I strongly recommend picking up a copy of this one and giving it a try, if for nothing other than how much Sebastian and Frances will snuggle their way into your heart.TRIGGER WARNINGS Please be aware that there is a scene of forced outing in this book, which is challenged and not presented as a healthy situation for Sebastian to be in, but I know could still be very hurtful to many individuals on the trans spectrum if they were unaware of it in advance Please practice self care and know that you are beautiful, loved, and valid


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The Prince and the Dressmaker ❰Epub❯ ➞ The Prince and the Dressmaker Author Jen Wang – Thomashillier.co.uk Paris, at the dawn of the modern age Prince Sebastian is looking for a bride or rather, his parents are looking for one for him Sebastian is too busy hiding his secret life from everyone At night he p Paris, at the dawn of and the PDF É the modern age Prince Sebastian is looking for a bride or rather, his parents are looking for one for him Sebastian is too busy hiding his secret life from everyone At night he puts on daring dresses and takes Paris by storm as the fabulous Lady Crystallia the hottest fashion icon in the world capital of fashion Sebastian s secret weapon The Prince PDF/EPUB ² and best friend is the brilliant dressmaker Frances one of only two people who know the truth sometimes this boy wears dresses But Frances dreams of greatness, and being someone s secret weapon means being a secret Forever How long can Frances defer her dreams to protect a friend Jen Wang weaves an exuberantly romantic tale of identity, young love, art, and family A fairy tale for Prince and the MOBI · any age, The Prince and the Dressmaker will steal your heart.

  • Paperback
  • 277 pages
  • The Prince and the Dressmaker
  • Jen Wang
  • English
  • 23 March 2019
  • 162672363X

About the Author: Jen Wang

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