Cursed Princess Club Volume Three
A WEBTOON Unscrolled Graphic Novel
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Pub Date 02 Jan 2024 | Archive Date 02 Jan 2024
Wattpad WEBTOON Book Group, WEBTOON Unscrolled
Just because you’re cursed doesn’t mean you’re not special.
Gwendolyn, the youngest of the king’s three daughters, is living proof that princesses don’t always have it all. She isn’t like a typical fairy-tale princess, or other princesses in the Pastel Kingdom. Gwendolyn, with her big heart and love of baking, isn’t particularly attractive. Unlike her sisters who have woodland creatures do their hair and makeup, or have flowers blossom wherever they sleep, Gwendolyn is a bit . . . different.
When her father proposes marriage for her and her sisters to make an alliance with the Plaid Kingdom, it breaks Gwendolyn’s heart to hear that Prince Frederick thinks she’s “really ugly.” Overwhelmed and ashamed, she runs away into the forest and encounters the twisted world of the Cursed Princess Club, where her life will never be the same.
The Cursed Princess Club are a ragtag band of outcasts, misfits and cursed princesses who have created an incredible friendship circle. It is among these friends where Gwendolyn learns to embrace her uniqueness and find her people.
In this third book of the series, collecting episodes 62-77 of the hit WEBTOON series, Gwen sits for her portrait painting, we realize Frederick is more complicated than we thought as his feelings for Gwen evolve, and we meet the mysterious Whitney of the Monochrome Kingdom, who is more than meets the eye!.
This volume includes 4 bonus shorts with irreverent retellings of classic fairytales!
Bonus 1 - Maria and Blaine in . . . Little Red Riding Hood
Bonus 2 - Lorena and Lance in . . . Jack and the Beanstalk
Bonus 3 - Gwendolyn and Frederick in . . . Hansel and Gretel
Bonus 4 - Frederick’s Favorite Story (The Man in the Hole and the Angel)
Average rating from 15 members
This is hands down one of my absolute favorite Webcomics now.
The Cursed Princess Club is like a big, magical cinnamon role. It's low stakes fantasy in gorgeous color centered around Princess Gwen, who discovers something about herself she never knew before. The escapades that occur around her finding a love for herself in a world that feels suddenly a little less kind than what she believed are full of friendship, heart, and hilarity.
But seriously, it's entirely too hilarious at times. I mean, I've literally gaffawed and kicked my feet every single episode. The story has caught me off guard so often I honestly cannot help myself. It's so wholesome and the art is gorgeous!
I am still reading through the rest of the comic, but I definitely will need to collect all the hard copies along the way. So happy I was approved. This has definitely lit up my life in a big way.
Thanks to Webtoons Unscrolled, Netgalley, and all the contributors for this amazing comic and the advanced ebook of the hard copy.
Laverne the Llama for president!
Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for a copy of this title in exchange for my review.
We left off the last volume with Gwen being approached by Sir Leopold of the Argyle kingdom! What could he possibly want? Well, we embark on a journey of Gwen's family and friends helping her learn how to love herself in their own ways. We see some characters from the past brought up, and there's even a grand reveal. Can you guess who's back? (I did not see that one coming)
In all, this third installment kept me once again engaged and laughing through the whole thing. We see Gwen begin to realize the truth of loving yourself- it's different everyday. Not only that, but other characters are experiencing life and their own self-discoveries as well. Everybody is on a journey, and it's a great ride so far. 5/5 stars.
In this newest volume, Gwendolyn meets more cursed princesses and Frederick realizes that she is not a scary as he thought.
I am really enjoying this series. The art is wonderful and the characters are engaging. I like that we get to see the stories of the other princesses. This series is about embracing who you are and learning to love yourself with the world reflects something different. Everyone should read this book!
This series is great. I loved reading it and can't wait to see what else the author produces. It will be a hit at my library.
I’ve read all three volumes of the Cursed Princess Club and I love them all! They are all so good and hilariously funny! The artwork is super cute as well. I highly recommend these! Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for a copy of the arc in return for an honest review!
I loved Volume 1 & 2 of Cursed Princess Club and was super excited for Volume 3 and happy to say that it does not disappoint. It is equally as engaging and funny as the first two Volumes. I laughed out loud alot and also really felt for Gwen and Frederick as they battled with their anxieties again. Volume 3 continues the story from the end of Vol 2, and without giving anything away i'll say it was great to see some unexpected characters appear in this volume. I can't wait for Volume 4 to come out and to continue the story!