Publisher: Simon & Schuster Us
Weight: 420 g
The Princesses of Ever are beloved by the kingdom and their father, the King. They are cherished, admired.
Jane, Alice, Nora, Grace, and Eden carry the burden of being punished for a crime they did not commit, or even know about. They are each cursed to be Without one essential thing-the ability to eat, sleep, love, remember, or hope. And their mother, the Queen, is imprisoned, frozen in time in an unbreakable glass box.
But when Eden's curse sets in on her thirteenth birthday, the princesses are given the opportunity to break the curse, preventing it from becoming a True Spell and dooming the princesses for life. To do this, they must confront the one who cast the spell-Reagan, a young witch who might not be the villain they thought-as well as the wickedness plaguing their own kingdom...and family.
Told through the eyes of Reagan and Jane-the witch and the bewitched-this insightful twist of a fairy tale explores power in a patriarchal kingdom not unlike our own.
So much to unpack in this story. I’ll be thinking about it for a long time.
This fantasy was an interesting read. I liked how simple this story was with easy to pronounce names and places. The story read slow for me. It stressed out about how loving the King and his family was. The story was also about the Witch and how they were punished for their use of magic. The punishment on the 5 Princesses were severe, especially Jane. Those Princes from different kingdoms were awful.
This fantasy was an interesting read. I liked how simple this story was with easy to pronounce names and places.
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