Thursday, July 24, 2014

The False Princess book review

The False Princess

Title: The False Princess

Author: Ellis O' Neal

Genre: Teen Fantasy

Plot:  Sixteen-year-old Princess Nalia is the heir to the throne of Thorvaldor. Soon after Nalia's birthday she learns she is not really the princess- she was taking the real Nalia's place so that the real Princess would be safe. Nalia, whose real name is Sinda, is heartbroken that she has been lied to all of her life. Sinda is soon sent away to live with her aunt in a small village.
  When Sinda learns the truth about the real Nalia, Sinda must decide if she is will to risk her life in order to save Thorvaldor.

What I like about this book:   This book seemed like it's based or inspired by a fairytale.
The plot was very interesting and kept me guessing. The characters were great, and some of them reminded me of characters from the Dragonkeeper Chronicles by Donita K. Paul.

What I didn't like about this book:   Magic and spells are mentioned quite a lot.   Some characters make crude remarks.

My rating: 2 . 5

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