Jami Zehr's Reviews > Fables, Vol. 10: The Good Prince

Fables, Vol. 10 by Bill Willingham
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Nov 26, 14

Read in March, 2012

This was quite a hefty volume and delved deeply into a lot of issues that have been tangential to the story line previously. In addition, Bill Willingham begins to explore the role of fate and destiny in the lives of the Fables. Prince Ambrose (as I can only think of him now after reading this volume, and that says a great deal) not only comes into his own, but he drags along a whole lot of evil and ambivalence and turns it good. He learns his lesson, he applies it, and he lives his learned lesson to the end. While Prince Ambrose has a large part in the felling of The Adversary, it is not in the way one imagines a Prince of Fabletown, as he refused to take sides. But Ambrose is a true white knight, he knows what is best, and it is grand. My favorite volume. I loved it!

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