Royalteen 4. Audience
“At its best, the series is a fantastic mix of a YA novel about sore topics like bullying, love and loneliness, and a wild, humorous and sassy fairytale. […] “Audience” will surely be devoured by young readers. There’s love and sex and intrigues and misunderstandings. There’s also seriousness: about the constraint of being born into a specific occupation, whether it’s running a small farm or an entire country. It’s also about the impossible balance between the role as a crown prince and future king and being able to be a normal, flawed teenager, who parties, drinks and does stupid things. […] The authors are skilled at making cliffhangers.”
Cathrine Krøger, Dagbladet
A story about becoming who you are, and getting the one you want
– all while holding your head above the water.
When the group of friends organise a trip up north to Unstad in Lofoten for the summer holidays, the king-to-be Karl Johan also devises his own, secret plan. Not only is he going to win back his ex-girlfriend Lena, he’s going to show the Norwegian people that he is more than just a party prince. But nothing goes to plan. Karl Johan is a newcomer in the surf town of Unstad, and the local heroes end up stealing both the girls and his pride, and when the sun never sets, everything comes to light. Can Karl Johan win both Lena and the entire kingdom?
In the Royalteen series we follow the royal twins, Prince Karl Johan and Princess Margrethe, and their friends at high school. The series are modern love stories, portraying the struggles and joys of being young and todays’ pop culture.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like dealing with teenage issues while being a part of the royal family, then the Royalteen books are for you!