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The Princess Test by Gail Carson Levine
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May 08, 12

bookshelves: princess-like, favorite

I just reread this little book I bought when I was nine and loved; and now I'm loving it all over again. Sure, the language is simple, but not so much that it will bore you, it is for kids but adults may enjoy it if they have a young heart.
I love the personality that Levine gives her characters,specially her princesses. Although I'd probably be totally annoyed at Lorelei half the time if I had to live with her, she's so fickle. But not on purpose of course. Which would made me like her. And I have no problem with a girly princess.
I thought the romance between Nicholas and Lorelei was the sweetest thing, how he fell in love with her and wanted to marry her the day he met her.Very fairytale-y.
It was funny how the king kept using synonyms (although I suppose on the long run it can get annoying) and the things Lorelei embroidered.(when I read ths book I learnt what "embroider" meant. A new word in my English vocab.)
So you can see I enjoyed this book very much.
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