This graphic novel tells the story of Holly Crescent as she leads a sheltered life as a home-schooled girl by day. By night she's Princess of Castle Waxing, where she wages a dangerous turf war with the Horrible Horde.
"Kids will enjoy every page of this and when the ending leaves them hungering for more, they’ll simply expect a sequel of some sort. Let us hope that it is forthcoming." -- School Library Journal
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"The war against the Horrible Horde is mostly fought with mud and rocks that never hit anyone, so violence isn’t a problem – though Henry does take a nice soccer ball to the face. The final showdown against the most horrible of the horde involves much displaying of weapons (The Flail of Wailing and the Breadknife of Strife being my favorites), but no actual wielding of said weapons. Watson’s dialogue will certainly stretch most readers’ vocabularies – praetorian, cacophony, annihilative, and baneful all appear on the same page – so some adult assistance with the text may be required. I’d say Princess at Midnight is a must-read for anyone who likes good stories, be they kindergartner or college student, mom or dad, Princess of Midnight or Rendslaughter Sinewsplitter the Third." -- All Ages Reads