The Princess and Curdie

Curdie coverFrom the Classics Series

The Princess and Curdie
George MacDonald

Curdie, the miner’s son, meets a mysterious wise woman who gives him a magical gift and sends him off on a dangerous journey to the city of Gwyntystorm, where the king resides. On his way, Curdie meets with strange creatures and makes unlikely friends, before uncovering a great threat to the king’s household and the whole kingdom. Will he and the Princess Irene be able to avert disaster? What will the fate of Gwyntystorm be?

In this classic tale of adventure, George MacDonald weaves his storytelling magic—the same enchantment which has inspired many noteworthy fantasy writers over the past century, including C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien. If you’re a fan of Narnia and Middle Earth, you’ll find in MacDonald’s stories many elements which are at once familiar and entirely unique.

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The author’s original text is complete and unabridged in this edition.

This is the first in a two-book series, with an introduction by H. W. Lincoln. If you enjoyed this title, you’ll also enjoy its prequel, “The Princess and the Goblin.”


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The Princess and Curdie