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  • Princess of glass

    This book is amazing it is kind of like a modern day cinderela story with princes and princesses I LOVE IT

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  • Princess of glass

    I love it. i lobe this author. whoops love. this ones really good cause it involves the corley nt king under stone. ther is trickery and being very sneaky myself i love it. read please.

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  • A fun fairy-tale retelling.

    The tale of Cinderella reimagined where the godmother is a creature of the underworld and Princess Poppy (from Princess of the Midnight Ball) has to use her knowledge of magical bargains to save not just the poor girl caught in the creature’s grasp but also the young prince she has befriended. Though the head-hopping was better this time, three point of view characters was a bit much to keep track of. I really like Poppy. She’s feisty, she’s talented, she’d dependable and she cares about those around her. I liked spending time in her head. There’s not much to like about Eleanora and spending time with her wasn’t so great except for visiting her godmother in her spectacular castle of glass. As for the prince: being in his head didn’t really add to the story. I did like the twist on the glass slippers and the midnight curfew. I’ll recommend this Young Adult adventure for those who love fairy tale retellings with a bit of magic.

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  • Beyond words.

    This book is amazing. Thats all there is to it. With all the other garbage floating around in the literary sea these days, its nice to know that there is at least something good out there. The rest of the series is wonderful as well, but this was my favorite. I highly recommend this book

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