A World Without Princes (The School for Good and Evil, #2) A World Without Princes discussion


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Gigi Anderson My first question is does Sophie make a better princes than a princess?


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Adi What do you mean by that?


Book_Lover 1.felt sorry about Tristian (oh poor little Tristian)
2.felt sorry about Hort
3."loved" professor Sader
4.disliked the Dean
5.felt sorry about Sophie
6.when Tedros kissed Fillip/(Sophie) I was like: what the ....
7.wanted to KILL Aric
8.laught with the phrase "butterfly boy"


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Sophie went through so much pain in this book-- consequential kind of pain. For betraying and manipulating Agatha and Tedros' hearts.

I felt compassion for her indisputable vulnerability in the last few chapters when her intense desperation to be saved by Agatha only led to denial, constantly rejecting all her reasoning for simply wanting to be accepted and to be loved.

My answer to the first question would be neither, but she's definitely better off as a girl. :D


Caramel 7-2521 Book_Lover wrote: "1.felt sorry about Tristian (oh poor little Tristian)
2.felt sorry about Hort
3."loved" professor Sader
4.disliked the Dean
5.felt sorry about Sophie
6.when Tedros kissed Fillip/(Sophie) I was lik..."


Me EXACTLY


Satsuma Gigi wrote: "My first question is does Sophie make a better princes than a princess?"

Princess.


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