And I have to admit — I never expected to see a reference to the Winchester boys in an SLJ review — that made me smile. Why are there spikes on the inside of the wall, are they trying to keep her in? The author that’s what I get. There are three separate endings to the book. End at one place, and you smile; end at another, and you are afraid; end at a third, and there is teeth. Published June 21st by Subterranean Press first published

I asked myself throughout: If you want more details, you can read the blog I wrote about it over here: Please try the search box located under this menu. Whiffle , know that this book is currently only available through Subterranean Press. Whiffle, her teddy bear. It may not be for all kids, but no book is. One ending is a sweet, happy ending that may be read to appease the lighthearted or those in need of a happy ending.

Review: The Adventures of the Princess and Mr. Whiffle

Diabolically clever, this is a book you will want to go back through a second time priness you finish it so you can really appreciate the brilliance of the artwork that absoutely makes the story. A reminder of what it was like to xnd a child in a world fueled by imagination, it is also a cautionary tale where nothing is quite as it seems.

May 02, Trish rated it it was amazing. The Princess delivers all of that, and more. Throughout his formative years they encouraged him to do his best, gave him good advice, and were no doubt appropriately dismayed when he failed to live up to his full potential.


Grad school sucked and Pat hated it.

The Dark of Deep Below. He maintained the innocence of childhood fairy tales while capturing the feel of Patrick’s twisted story. Whiffle is a dark twist on the classic children’s picture-book.

Aug 02, Pgincess rated it really liked it Shelves: A child reading along reading along despite the warning not to may have noticed, may have tried to point out — look at the walls. He still roll-plays occasionally, but now he does it in an extremely sophisticated, debonair way.

View all 21 comments. August 28, at 8: So it’s really up to you. In all seriousness, this its-a-childrens-book-for-adults from Patrick Rothfuss is a clever fairy tale that hits all the right notes to remind us old folk about the tales of our youth we may have forgotten.

The Thing Beneath the Bed by Patrick Rothfuss

It costs you nothing extra, but Amazon pays us a small referral fee. It all began when Pat Rothfuss was born to a marvelous set of parents.

By continuing whjffle use this website, you agree to their use. Open Preview See a Problem? Jun 27, Jeff rated it it was amazing Shelves: Pull up a chair, have a cup of tea, and let’s chat. There are multiple warning that despite looking like a children’s book this is NOT a children’s book and I gotta say view spoiler [This is not a children’s book. Both of these work hand-in-hand together in this book princesx they do in any comic or picture book.


The Thing Beneath the Bed

Recent Discussion Comment on Behave: Then I finished the book, and I applied the sticker. A reminder of what it was like to be a child in a world fueled by imagination, it is also a cautionary tal Patrick Rothfuss is a storyteller The Name of the Winda father, a blogger patrickrothfussa humanitarian Worldbuildersand more than a little insane: I know about thee thanks to a few retweets by Neil Gaiman but that’s it. For a second I thought you read the one you were coughing about!

Biggest paintball arena ever. And now the reader has a choice to make, too, because there are three possible endings to this story.

But when the little prince is stolen by goblins, the princess has a choice to make. She lives in her castle alone. The whole thing probably had one hundred words in it, and they weren’t used to tell much of a story, just to jump from one whivfle ending to the next, of which there are three.

Artists are sometimes a medium for what they are consuming ie, if you read westerns, your art would have a western flavor.