The last book in Chainani’s trilogy, “The Last Ever After” is a charming novel that is very mature, fun, and adventurous, giving new life to old fairy tales.
It’s good versus evil in the epic conclusion to Soman Chainani’s bestselling series The School for Good and Evil and let’s just say that it is the perfect conclusion.
An enthralling novel set in a rich fairy-tale style fantasy world, “A World without Princes” is a moving story about the perseverance of true friendship.
The second book in the School for Good and Evil series by Soman Chainani, “A World without Princes” creates a wonderful coming of age novel wrapped up in the fantastical genre in a fairy tale realm.
A year ago HarperCollins released the School for Good and Evil by Soman Chainani, now a World Without Princes has hit the shelves. Marvelous. Heartbreaking. Spellbinding. Those are just three words that describe this novel perfectly. It’s a novel not only about friendship but also about growing up, about coming of age. Read on for the full review.
If you’re following this blog then you must have figured out by now that I am a bit of a reading addict. To be quite honest, I am reading faster than I can blog. I read about 3 books a week, when I’m feeling great and have the time for it. This week should be no different. Se below are the three books that I am reading this week, or will read rather.
By: Soman Chainani Published: May 14 2013 Publisher: Harper Collins Genre: Middle Grade, Fairy Tale, Adventure, Magic, Fantasy Series: The … Continue Reading The School for Good and Evil (The School for Good and Evil, #1) | Book Review