The Princess Game

The Princess Game

There are no happy endings for the Princesses of Chaminade High in this short, twisty tale of teenage murder games by the New York Times bestselling author of The School for Good and Evil series.

The victims are the most popular girls in school, each murdered and arranged in a grim fairy-tale tableau. To find the killer, rookie detective Callum Pederson has gone undercover where the Princes hold court. He’s found enough secrets among the bros to bring them in for questioning—but he could very well get lost in the games the Princes play.

Title:The Princess Game
Edition Language:English
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    The Princess Game Reviews

  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)

    4.5 stars...

  • ~Bookishly

    This was a painfully strange fairytale retelling to say the least. It involved the murders of five High school girls, who were apparently Princesses, and it is a race to see who committed the crimes. ...

  • Obsidian

    Wow. I love the narration of this story and I honestly can see this in my head and already started thinking of casting for some of the parts. Parts of the story are funny, but other parts are definite...

  • Jo ?

    Oh noooo 🙈 This ain’t it....

  • TL

    *read for free with Kindle Unlimited and audible as the audiobook *3.75 stars 🌟 Full cast narrators: 4.25 stars 🌟---My second favorite of the collection 😍. The full cast audio was well done a...

  • Charlie

    I listened to this in one sitting, it was great. A fun mystery with a dark fairytale twist....

  • Debby

    Again, Soman Chainani is another new author to this reader. The Princess Game is the third book in the Faraway Collection of Amazon Originals. This was an audible listen of this story that included a ...

  • Eugenia

    3.75–This one is a bit twisted & it took me awhile to figure out what was what, but damn, the end!! 😱😱I’m digging these unique shorts & enjoying some time away from MM romance. I’ve been i...

  • Andrea

    Some good ideas, but it was lacking in a number of areas. The interview style was hard to follow when you had a very short time to get to know the large cast of characters. The final reveal wasn't ver...

  • Becca

    Out of all the books from "The Faraway Collection" this one was by far my favorite. The writing is different so it may not be for everyone. It is written like a script but as an interrogation. The sto...