Princess of the Midnight Ball. Jessica Day George
ISBN: 1599904551,9781599904559 | 354 pages | 9 Mb
Princess of the Midnight Ball Jessica Day George
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Children s Books
Together Galen and Rose will search for a way to break the curse that forces the princesses to dance at the midnight balls. I was excited to read Princess of The Midnight Ball, but unfortunately was disappointed, I found the story to just lack that extra something it needed to make the book entertaining. I thought it might be a little too “girlie” for me, but I love Jessica's writing and decided to read it anyway. Review: Princess of the Midnight Ball by Jessica Day George. Princess of the Midnight Ball by Jessica Day George My rating: 5 of 5 stars. Ratings Explanation Violence: War has just ended. Princes from neighboring kingdoms seeking the hand of the princesses die by various. What young girl wouldn't love to dance away her nights in this splendid castle, in the arms of a handsome prince? Princess Rose is the eldest of twelve sisters condemned to dance each night for the wicked King Under Stone in his palace deep within the earth. ·· Jessica Day George 3 For Jenn Finally 4 Prologue Because he had once been human, the King Under Stone sometimes found himself plagued by human emotions. And That Is All I Can Really Say About It.