Book Review: Queens in the Kingdom

16 Jun

I know, I know, you need another Disney guidebook like you need a hole in the head. But honestly, if you ‘re irreverent enough to enjoy Broke Hoedown, I really think you need to take a look at Queens in the Kingdom. I’ve written about this book for this week’s book review feature over at Imaginerding. A snippet of the article:

Queens in the Kingdom is an overview of Disney Parks worldwide, plus the Disney Cruise Line. Predictably, the Orlando and Anaheim locations comprise the vast majority of the content, with brief teasers about Paris, Tokyo, and Hong Kong. There are also brief reviews of other nearby attractions in Southern California and Orlando. Most Walt Disney World and Disneyland attractions are reviewed, as are many resorts and restaurants, with “Fairy Facts” dispersed liberally throughout the guide. Were it not for this guide, I might never have known that the Indiana Jones figure in the Indiana Jones Adventure attraction has nipples, and perhaps the world is a richer place because they have shared this information with us all.

2 Responses to “Book Review: Queens in the Kingdom”

  1. Ken in Atlanta June 17, 2008 at 7:33 am #

    I bought that book as a Christmas gift for a friend of mine. I need to borrow it to read as it is a funny read.

  2. biblioadonis aka George June 17, 2008 at 2:16 pm #


    Thanks so much for witing the review for us!

    I am surprised that we didn’t merit more comments, though. Maybe we should have some curse words in the next review!

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