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Princess of the Midnight Ball by Jessica Day George
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Oct 31, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: junior-fiction

Well written enough to be enjoyed by older audiences. Characters are well drawn. Story moves nicely. I love that it is set in a Germany-esque location.

I know the story of the 12 Dancing Princesses, but still find myself pulled in to her tale to enjoy the storytelling.

Note: I recently gave up on The Princess Curse. For those that read and did not enjoy that book, you might like this one instead.

Finished note: felt a little too quickly wrapped up at the end with some characters (the uncle, for example) suddenly acting out of character. Other than that niggling (and happily, small) issue, I really enjoyed this book. Loved the hero's knitting and her note at the end, along with her instructions for the shawl.

(recommended by Molly F)

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