The Royal Pup Pack: Party at the Palace by David Seow

The Royal Pup Pack: Party at the Palace by David Seow
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Childrens, Action/Adventure, Contemporary
Length: Short Story (41 pages)
Age Recommendation: 6+
Rating: 3 Stars
Reviewed by Astilbe

There’s a joint party at the palace for Prince Louis’ first birthday and to welcome Baby Sussex into the fold. And the Royal Pup Pack: Lupo, Guy, Oz and Jack are in a regal tizzy. What do they get for the tots? Bones? Flea collars? Fur brushes? A chance encounter with a stray dog spurs the pups into inviting a host of hungry, homeless hounds to the celebrations. Will that be the perfect present or the recipe for a royal pawtastrophe?

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All of the members of the Royal Pup Pack were full of mischief. My favorite scenes were the ones that showed all of the naughty things these dogs got up to when their humans weren’t paying attention. There were some pretty funny and realistic takes on how many dogs behave when they have a few friends to play with and something unusual or interesting to explore as a group.

It would have been helpful to have a stronger plot for these characters to work with. They managed to get into plenty of trouble along the way, but the narrator didn’t do as thorough of a job of describing why these things happened or what the characters might have learned from those experiences as I had hoped to read. There were times when this almost seemed more like a string of anecdotes than something that was supposed to be read in a specific order. While I do enjoy freeform stuff like this on occasion, I thought this tale would have benefitted from a more structured writing style in general so that it could get its point across clearly.

This was the first fictional story I’ve ever read about the younger members of the British royal family. It gave the plot a creative twist. I liked the way the author imagined how this family to respond to having boisterous pets who don’t always follow the rules. He clearly put a lot of thought into this part of the storyline, and all of his hard work made for an interesting and unique experience for this reader.

The Royal Pup Pack: Party at the Palace should be read by anyone who loves dogs, the British royal family, or both of these topics.

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