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Echte Feen, Falsche Prinzen (My Fair Godmother #1)

3.95 of 5 stars 3.95  ·  rating details  ·  8,438 ratings  ·  1,186 reviews
Savannah wünscht sich nichts mehr, als endlich ihren Traumprinzen kennenzulernen. Ihre schusselige gute Fee will ihr diesen Wunsch erfüllen und zaubert Savannah versehentlich ins Mittelalter. Dort muss sie als Aschenputtel und Schneewittchen gegen bösartige Trolle und Drachen kämpfen. Und sie begegnet einem schwarzen Ritter, der nicht nur gefährlich, sondern auch unwiderst...more
Paperback, 424 pages
Published August 2011 by Arena (first published January 6th 2009)
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This book was like a Caribbean cruise gone horribly, horribly wrong. Like, you know, it starts out great, with sunshine and blue water and beautiful beaches everywhere. Then things start to go wrong. Small things at first; your dinner is cold when it reaches you, the waiter gives you the wrong drink, your bathing suit strap frays and you have to buy a new one.

And then suddenly a freak heat wave moves in, the polar ice caps melt, and your cruise ship is drowned in the ensuing flood.

Sadly, this b...more
Mar 21, 2014 Cara rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: fairy tale lovers
Recommended to Cara by: Ash
Shelves: fantasy, fairy-tales
All little girls (ok so maybe not all, I shouldn't be making glittering generalites). Let me rephrase, most little girls dream about becoming the princess in all those wonderful fairy tales. What would happen if you had the chance to obtain that childhood wish? Our protagonist Savannah gets to find out.

Poor Savannah is having a rough time right now. Her boyfriend Hunter has just dumped her for her older sister Jane. Things aren't looking to good either to find a replacement for prom. Here enters...more
My Fair Godmother is the most delightful fairytale of the current century. This book first caught my interest just because of the cover art and yes I know you should never judge a book by it's cover. Well I will be happy to say that the story within is even better than I could have possibly expected and where were books like this when I was a teen.

Savannah Delano is sweet sixteen, extremely pretty and watched by all the hot jocks. Unfortunately she is so wrapped up in herself that she doesn't re...more
Savannah is having a bad month. First her sister steals her boyfriend, now her fairy godmother is too busy to let her finish a sentence. She only hears the part of Savannah's wish where she says she wants her life to be like a fairy tale. . . . and voila! Savannah is back in the middle ages, scrubbing floors and milking cows as Cinderella. Further attempts to sort out her wishes only result in more mayhem, as Chrissie the godmother can barely be bothered to stop shopping or partying long enough...more
I don't generally have a high opinion of YA lit, so it took me a little longer to begin this book. Actually, to be honest, I was intrigued by the whole incompetent fairy godmother concept and the cover art. The better than average reviews helped, sort of, but my thoughts usually don't match most of the YA reviews I've read, so I wasn't really going to start trusting them now. Considering it all, this book was surprisingly good.

The story begins as a report by the novice godmother to her professo...more
This book is just totally hilarious and I laughed out loud too many times to even count! If you're ever in the mood for a good laugh, read a book by Janette Rallison.

Overview: Savannah has just been dumped by her boyfriend, Hunter, for her perfect older sister Jane. Now she's stuck without a date to prom after she's just finished using up her last penny on her dream dress, and has very recently embarrassed herself in front of most of the school. Now how will she ever get a worthy date to prom?...more
I've known Janette Rallison for several years and have been delighted with her sense of humor and her charm. Despite knowing her, I have to admit, I didn't read one of her young adult books until this last summer, and let me say, I've been regretting that procrastination. All this time I could have been a huge fan, and now I feel like I have to go back and retroactively enjoy all her books. I'm serious - I just came home from the library with four of her titles. I've got to make up for all I've...more
Lessons to be learnt?

1.) Be super, duper careful what you wish for and HOW you word your wish!
2.) Don't make superficial wishes...they backfire
3.) If you call your FAIR godmother's name and she doesn't answer, odds are she's on a eight-month long shopping spree
4.) Computer gremlins? They're real.
5.) Shampoos kills ogres
6.) Snow White is not too bright
7.) The dwarves are probably names after Snow White's traits...not theirs!
8.) Wizards are weird
9.) Goats are evil
10.) Godmothers wear sunnies and g...more
I liked this fairy tale-ish book. I read it out loud to my 8 year old, and there were parts at he beginning when I wondered if it was appropriate for her, but once it got into fairy tale mode, it was just up her alley. Funny, sweet, perhaps a bit heavy-handed on the "hot guy" thing, but in the end thoroughly enjoyable.
Carolina Riojas
This book was JUST FANTASTIC! It has knights, princess, dragons, witches and all the things that the perfect fairy tale needs! ILOVEIT! One of my favorites books<3 i never get defrauded with Janette Rallison's books!:)

¡Ame este libro! Aunque el personaje de Chrissy no me callo muy bien, ni el de Jane y Hunter. Pero el de Savannah y Tristan si! ¡Los ame! (no del modo que se aman el y ella) pero me encancanto su forma de llevarae entre ambos, son sarcasticos y divertidos, igual que el libro en...more
Small Review
I wasn't expecting much with this book, but boy was I surprised! I was laughing out loud throughout the whole book. The scenes with Snow White and the goat scene at the ball were gasping-for-breath hilarious. The author's idea was well-realized and seamlessly combined time travel, fractured fairy tales, romance, and characters who were easy to relate to and sympathize with. Savannah grows throughout the book as she realizes how she was silly and gains confidence in her abilities. There is a seco...more
For some reason all girls want to be in a fairy tale and find the prince after a great struggle. Well, after reading this I don't think I want that anymore. What happens if your fairy godmother is just a "fair" godmother and she messes everything up? This was a fun book and a new twist on the classic fairy tales. I liked that she stuck to the original tales and not the disney ones. Funny.
This was a great blend of fairytale, YA romance, and silly humor!

The story starts with two sisters. Jane, the older sister who is studious and smart. Savannah, the younger sister who is beautiful and...not so studious.
Along comes Hunter, who is both handsome and smart. He also happens to be Jane's longtime secret crush. Unfortunately, he doesn't even know she exists. But he has noticed the beautiful Savannah, and much to Jane's disappointment they begin dating.

Enter Chrysanthemum Everstar (Chris...more
Michelle Rebar
Savannah is a pretty and popular high school sophomore who is having the worst week ever. Her boyfriend just dumped her for her formerly geeky older sister after she gets a make-over. What's a girl to do when she loses her prom date after she already has the perfect dress? Well, the last thing on Savannah's list was to get help from a wish-granting "Fair" Godmother named Chrissy. Yeah, that's right. Fair, as in, not very good.

When faced with the tragic turn her love life has taken, Savannah ac...more
Cassi aka Snow White Haggard
3.5/5 stars

This book is just so cute. It reminds me of my purple sparkly Christmas tree (in a good way - I love my Christmas tree). It's TRYING to be lighthearted, silly and doesn't want you to take it seriously. If you're looking for something deep and brilliant maybe you didn't notice the pink haired fairy on the cover?

Lately I'm into fairytales. My current obsession with Once Upon A Time is probably the reason. But not all fairytales are made equally. Some have more serious undertones (Once U...more
3.5 stars for this book. And only because it was hilarious at the beginning. I laughed out loud.

The story is about Jane and Savannah, who're sisters and look very much alike. They spend time like sisters do until Jane steals Savannah's boyfriend Hunter. On top of that, they try to set her up with Tristan, a hot guy but not popular and of curse Savannah doesn't want to hear it. In comes Chrissy. She is Savannah's fair godmother - literally. She's only just fair. Savannah doesn't even know what to...more
My Fair Godmother is very entertaining. It is definitly interesting; especially how the author portrays the princes and princesses and how they might actually have been-personality wise.

In the beginning I couldn't completely sympathize with either of the sisters. Jane stole Savannah's boyfriend but Savannah seems to be way too superficial. However, I did feel a bit more simpathetic towards Savannah because she is the one who got dumped. But what a better way to get over your ex then to be magic...more
What happens when you get assigned a "fair" godmother instead of a fairy godmother? A whole bunch of mischief. Savannah's boyfriend breaks up with her for her older sister. When she expresses her desire to have someone more princelike in her life, her fairy godmother flunkie takes her literally and whisks her off to the middle ages. A funny read. I can't wait for the next one.
Valerie Waters
This was a cute, clean, quick read (even though it took me over a week to read it! I wish I had time to read!!)

I loved Tristan!!! Chrissy was obnoxious and needed a dose of reality. Savannah grew on me. I was ok with her by the end of the book. Hunter and Jane....well that was just messed up!! Reminded me too much of growing up
This was a fun, light read, a teenage love story in a fairy tale/time travel setting. Really I'd rate this a 3.5. The beginning of My Fair Godmother is AMAZING - I re-read it three or four times just for the sheer pleasure of it. The story of how Savannah's boyfriend was stolen by her older, smarter and formerly frumpy sister was clever, funny and surprisingly profound (I really loved the description of certain teenage jocks as "sharks").

The story lost a lot of steam for me when Savannah's voic...more
Its exactly what I needed as a light read. Thought it was a comedy genre at first. But later, it moved on to adventure, magic, romance and thriller. Good read.

Thanks Cara, for the recommendation..I really enjoyed the book.
"You attacked an old woman, then convinced a group of dwarfs you were insane. One more day and the whole fairy tale would have to be rewritten to include a chapter where the villagers go to the castle, beg the queen for a poisoned apple, and administer it themselves just so they can have some peace and quiet."

Il vostro fidanzato vi ha appena mollato per vostra sorella più grande? Non disperate! Chrysanthemum Everstar arriverà in vostro soccorso dandovi la possibilità di esaudire tre dei vostri d...more
Jan 14, 2010 Janette rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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Gizem Ceylan
This book was fun. Okay, it was sometimes way too much cliché but it was still a fun read.

1. We get to see both sides of Savannah and Jane. Savannah is the airhead and Jane is the smartypants but as story went further and further we saw Savannah's smartypants side and Jane's airhead sides. They had several dimensions as almost every human has. Way to go Rallison!!

2. I always love a mystery or a mysterious character thrown somewhere in the storyline, and this one had Black Knight, I always took s...more
Deborah Andreasen
I will admit, I am a biased reviewer. Janette Rallison has wiggled her way into my library and earned a spot as a favorite author. In my defense, I don't know Rallison. The reason she's a favorite is because she's good. Plain and simple.

My Fair Godmother is the story of Savannah, who has it all. She has the looks, the popularity, the hot boyfriend. Never mind that Hunter is a little on the brainy side and Savannah is, well, not. When Savannah's older, nerdy sister, Jane, steals Hunter, Savannah...more
Sierra Abrams

If only Savannah Delano’s beautiful but stupid boyfriend hadn’t broken up with her for her sister – she wouldn’t be in this mess. Instead of planning to go to prom with Hunter, in the gorgeous $350.00 dress she’d bought specifically for the event, she’s stuck with a frustrating and inexperienced Fairy – excuse me, FAIR – Godmother. When Chrysanthemum Everstar gives Savannah three wishes, Savannah thinks she’s got it under control – I mean how hard can it be to use...more
Violet Crush
This book was on my Wishlist for some time so when I spotted it in the library I grabbed it and the good thing is I wasn’t disappointed. Before I tell you how much fun it was let me tell you a little about the story. 2 sisters-Jane and Savannah. Jane steals Savannah’s boyfriend Hunter. Savannah is heart-broken which is why when a fairy godmother asks her to make 3 wishes, she wishes for a Price and a happily ever after like in fairy tales. But the problem is that her godmother is a teenage fairy...more
Two words: Utterly hilarious.

I loved My Fair Godmother. It's funny, entertaining, witty and, did I mention, hilarious?? I think I loved everything about this novel - the plot, the characters and the writing style.

The plot was adorable. Just the idea of being sent back in time as different princesses for different fairy tales for two wishes is just plain original and extremely entertaining. Imagine all the mistakes and errors that occur along the way. It definitely made me curious and I'm so glad...more
Lenore Appelhans
The only sub-genre I look forward to as much as dystopia is fairy-tale retellings. I really wanted something lighthearted and fun after the heavier books I’ve been reading lately and this charming and hilarious novel proved to be exactly what I needed.

It all begins when mediocre fairy godmother student Chrissy Everstar has to do an extra credit project and is put on the case of 15 year old Savannah who is inconsolable after sister Jane steals her hot prom date Hunter. When Chrissy shows up in a...more
Peep (Pop! Pop!)
Well this one was surprisingly a good read. Hmmm, maybe the word I am looking for is delightful? It was good - much better than I thought it would be. I loved the cover image; for some reason it just drew me in. I think it was the pink hair because you don't usually see something like that on the cover of a book. After reading Ella Enchanted, it was hard imagining a different kind of Godmother but it was so cohesive throughout the book and worked out. That Godmother is funny and Savannah is hila...more
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