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Rapunzel is having the ultimate bad day. She's been stolen by a witch, may have a ghost for a roommate, and doesn't even have a decent brush for her hair. Prince Benjamin's got it pretty tough, too. His father wants him to be more kingly, his mother wants him to never leave her sight, and his cousin wants to get him into as much trouble as possible (possibly with a troll). Both Rapunzel and Prince Benjamin are trapped - in very different ways. Once their paths cross, well, that's when things get really strange.

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I had low expectations for this book and I have to say .. it was lower than I expected
So the story is pretty straight forward about Rapunzel who gets locked up in a tower by a witch called mother Gothel and Prince Benjamin who is looking for the adventure of his life time .. by the way she is Twelve and he is Thirteen, just saying
I wish if the book was all from the prince's POV .. I think I would've enjoyed it more than this because Rapunzel was really boring and always complaining .. I mean sure, she is locked in a tower but she didn't even try to get out before the prince came to her .. it was a really easy read but I can't say I enjoyed it

the narrators were the best part of the book .. I liked their performances