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Once upon a time, in a kingdom called Parking Lot, a king and his queen looked for a suitor for their child. King Public and Queen Ample Parking would have found this task enjoyable if not for the one problem to which they cannot turn a blind eye; their daughter Princess Tundra is as large as she lacks beauty, probably caused by her fondness for the delights of the dinner table. Seeing as no suitors are willing to come forward, the good king resorts to unnatural means to secure his lineage, and as a result, Princess Tundra lies comatose. Her only hope is in a perilous journey that the kingdom's bungling knights have agreed to undertake, but will they save Tundra from an eternal sleep? You can find out in M. David Lutz's The Princess And The Plumber.
M. David Lutz transforms a classic children's story into the kind of comedy-fest that will have you rolling on the floor with laughter. Where do I start? Is it the character names that sound like something from an episode of Sheep In The Big City or the loony antics of the knights in less-than-shining armor? Everything about The Princess And The Plumber is designed to keep you smiling. The storyline may be childish in origin, but the language used throughout the story lets us know this is a strictly-adult fun zone. Lutz uses blunt language and curious poetry to keep our attention engaged from start to finish in this unusual story. I encourage you to try it if you want entertaining reading material. I know I enjoyed it.