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The Two Princesses of Bamarre by Gail Carson Levine
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Apr 07, 2011

really liked it
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Princess Meryl dreams of slaying dragons and protecting her kingdom. She is brave and adventurous, ready to face anything. Her sister, Princess Addie is the complete opposite. She enjoys the safety within the castle and enjoys weaving. Both sisters love each other very much. But then Princess Meryl falls ill. The only way to save her is to find the cure. Princess Addie must find the courage to conquer dragons, unknown magic and death itself. Can she save her sister before she is succumbed to the illness?

I really enjoyed this book. I think it brings a good message of love and devotion. I have two sisters myself and I bawled my eyes out at the love these two had with each other. The adventure of the story makes this book a page turner. The ending is unexpected, which I liked I would recommend this book to middle school aged kids and up.

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