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The Rose Prince by Bram Stoker
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The Rose Prince

by Bram Stoker

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Young Prince Zaphir, son of King Mago, was a kind, young man much beloved by his people and all the animals around the kingdom. He is also quite taken with a young princess, the Princess Bluebell, who feels the same way for him. When a giant descends on the land and the army and other brave men who volunteer to fight him are defeated, Zaphir decides to face the Giant one on one, before more men risk their lives. Zaphir must find out whether or not his reverence to God and his kind nature will be enough to defeat the Giant and grant him the opportunity to live happily ever after with his Princess Bluebell.… (more)

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