Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2009 - 344 ページ
Catherine Gilbert Murdock’s talents for storytelling and creating strong female characters take a fresh turn in this spirited and sophisticated fairy tale.
Benevolence is not your typical princess.
With her parents lost to assassins, Princess Ben ends up under the thumb of the conniving Queen Sophia. Starved and miserable, locked in the castle’s highest tower, Ben stumbles upon a mysterious enchanted room. So begins her secret education in the magical arts: mastering an obstinate flying broomstick, furtively emptying the castle pantries, setting her hair on fire . . . But Ben’s private adventures are soon overwhelmed by a mortal threat to her kingdom. Can Ben save the country and herself from foul tyranny?
*“[A] deliciously frothy fairy tale.”—Horn Book Magazine, starred review
*“The wild adventure, intricately imagined setting, memorable characters, and romance will charm readers, especially fans of Gail Carson Levine’s Fairest.”—Booklist, starred review
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Review: Princess Benユーザー レビュー - Nancy Anderson - Goodreads
Princess Benevolence (Ben) grew up privileged in the Kingdom of Montagne. Her uncle is King and her father the Prince. She however would much rather forget the dresses and balls and explore outside ... レビュー全文を読む
Review: Princess Benユーザー レビュー - Wickedshizuku - Goodreads
There was one quote that made this one on my favorites shelf, because lo and behold I look up and see this on the news after reading it. GIFSoup “With that, I hurled the slipper at him, not caring if ... レビュー全文を読む