[Read] ➵ Princess Nevermore (Princess Nevermore and the Wizards Apprentice, #1) ➱ Dian Curtis Regan – Chainnews.us

Princess Nevermore (Princess Nevermore and the Wizards Apprentice, #1) Princess Quinnella Is Quite Familiar With Mandrian Truths At 15, She S Still Allowed To Come And Go As She Wishes In The Kingdom Of Mandria, Visiting Melikar The Wizard And Playing At Magic But She Knows That As Soon As She Turns 16, She Will Become A Woman A Parade Of Suitors Will Court Her Until She Chooses One Or The King Chooses One For Her Then Comes Marriage, Childbearing, And Royal Protocol But Quinn Isn T Ready For This Life Of Predictability More Than Anything, She Wants To Travel To Outer Earth, The World Above The Wishing Pool When A Magical Mishap Sends Her To Earth, Quinn Gets Far Than She Bargained For As She Is Drawn Deeper Into This Strange New World Of Skateboards, Halloween Dances, And Pizza, Danger And Adolescent Intrigue Surround Her There S Only One Problem She Doesn T Know How To Return To Mandria, And She S Not Even Sure She Wants To

[Read] ➵ Princess Nevermore (Princess Nevermore and the Wizards Apprentice, #1)  ➱ Dian Curtis Regan – Chainnews.us
  • Hardcover
  • Princess Nevermore (Princess Nevermore and the Wizards Apprentice, #1)
  • Dian Curtis Regan
  • English
  • 07 September 2018
  • 0590457594

10 thoughts on “Princess Nevermore (Princess Nevermore and the Wizards Apprentice, #1)


  1. says:

    This is a solid book that would be very enjoyable to the middle school and perhaps freshman aged girl There is nothing offensive or objectionable, from a parents stand point I actually, from my jaded world view I suppose kept expecting the bad guy to do something truly heinous, and while he was still a bad guy, his monstrosity never left the middle school spectrum.I would have devoured this as a young girl, and even as an adult I enjoyed this sweet tale.The story is of a young girl who li This is a solid book that would be very enjoyable to the middle sc...


  2. says:

    If you read this book at the right age elementary school to middle school , you will absolutely never forget it To this day it occupies, like, a holy grail spot in my mind definitely on a pedestal Reread it last summer and no, it doesn t hold up Definitely have to catch it at the right time, and it will honestly GLOW in your memory Note there are differences between this version the older paperback and the newer, hardcover one, which I discovered reading them in parallel Fi...


  3. says:

    5 stars This is about a girl, a princess in fact, and is lonely and longs for an adventure Her best friend is a wizard s apprentice and he secretly loves her A bit slumsy with magic though, he accidentally sends her to the outside world They live unde...


  4. says:

    I remember reading this in middle school and absolutely loving it I look forward to re reading it now that I have re discovered it s name and bought a copy.


  5. says:

    I m not sure how I d feel about this NOW but I know I really did like this when I first read it.


  6. says:

    I have A LOT of opinions about this book First of all, Princess Quinella is essentially a manic pixie dream girl She is generally clueless and unintelligent throughout the whole book I was waiting for her to be redeemed, but she never really is other than making the smart but quick decision to return to Mandria When two boys want to fight over her, she lets them instead of just being independent and making her own decision of who she wants to be with Also...


  7. says:

    Very Mary Sue ish, for those who speak that vernacular The writing had a certain stilted tone that connects with fanfic in my brain, and for the most part things happen TO the heroine as she bumbles along not taking responsibility for anything The ending is particularly Mary Sue ish, because I think the reader is supposed to feel sad at the romance of it all, while I m just annoyed with the heroine s selfishness.OTOH, it s a quick read and held my attentionthan I expected it to, and had Very Mary Sue ish, for those who speak that vernacular The writing had a certain stilted tone that connects with fanfic in my brain, and for the most part things happen TO the heroine as she bumbles along not taking responsibility for anything The ending is particularly Mary Sue ish, because I think the reader is supposed to feel sad at the romance of it all, while I m just annoyed with the heroine s selfishness.OTOH, it s a quick read and held my attentionthan I expected it to, and had a couple clev...


  8. says:

    So I m reading Neverwhere, which involves an underground version of London, and I remembered that, in middle school, I had read some terrible cum awesome young adult novel about a princess that lives underground who falls through a wishing well and ends up above ground And, of course, she has to go to high school, and falls in love with some generic cool high school dude, and then she has to choose between true love or her home destiny You know, because that storyline is not at all contrived.A So I m reading Neverwhere, which involves an underground version of London, and I remembered that, in middle school, I had read some terrible cum awesome young adult novel about a princess that lives underground who falls through a wishing well and ...


  9. says:

    I didn t like this book al that much It was a good enough read during the duration, but thinking about the story now that I finished it a few hours ago, it just wasn t a great book I don t think Quenn s actions throughout fit the situations she was in She didn t seem to be all that much of a stranger to our world, and after hearing about but not actually seeing Disney s Enchanted, the idea of a princess falling through a wishing well into our world seems overdone Yes I know this book was w I didn t like this book al that mu...


  10. says:

    I was in 8th grade, and I really enjoyed this, having read it around the same time as my best friend so we could reminisce over it together What I remember both of us wondering, though, was why everyone found this girl s...

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