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Princess Mia by Meg Cabot May 15, 2009

Filed under: Book Reviews,Books,Fiction,Juvenile — Julie @ 6:47 am

Princess Mia

Princess Mia by Meg Cabot fits into the juvenile fiction genre and was published in 2008. It is recommended for readers ages 14 and up.

Princess Mia is basically a continuation of Princess on the Brink. It begins two hours after the last one ended. Mia is waiting for Michael to notice her email, forgive her, and then get back together. Only this doesn’t happen and as a result she becomes depressed and has to see a psychologist named (really not joking here) Dr. Knutz, nice! Also her best friend Lilly is no longer friends with her because Mia kissed her ex boyfriend of a few hours J.P. She finds comfort in J.P. who has become a really good “friend”. Until he admits that he likes her, and they begin to date, which I think everyone saw coming as with most things in this particular volume of the Princess Diaries books. For example, Mia has been asked to speak at a gala for Domina Rei and while trying to find material from her ancestors she finds a diary Amelie, a princess from the 1600s who only ruled for twelve days before dying of the bubonic plague. For her speech she tells the story of Amelie and shocks the world with a decision that goes against what most of her family would ever want. There were, however, a few things that were not expected. Mia becomes friends with Lana, her former archenemy. Principal Gupta took Mia’s journal away, considering how this is the main source of the story line it was totally unexpected, but the story continues on through various other means. The last thing that I didn’t expect was that Kenny blew up the biology room right as J.P was confessing his love. Overall it was an alright book mostly redeemable because of the story line and not the actual application which was overly predictable and frustrating because it seems like Mia is the only one who doesn’t get it sometimes.

Other Reviews of Books by Meg Cabot click here

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8 Responses to “Princess Mia by Meg Cabot”

  1. Marinkina Says:

    Нет,по настоящиму улыбнул 8 пункт,просто представил такую ситуацию ))).

  2. Gavrilin Says:

    Пора переименовать блог, присвоив название связанное с доменами 🙂 может хватит про них?

  3. Cederash Says:

    прочитал с большим интересом — очень очень понравилось

  4. Ferinannnd Says:

    Что ж… и такое мнение допустимо. Хотя, думаю, возможны и другие варианты, так что не огорчайтесь.

  5. Avertedd Says:

    Полностью согласна!

  6. Занятно! Надеюсь продолжение будет не менее интересным…

  7. Павел Says:

    Занятная заметка. Добавил Ваш блог в закладки. Не в каждом блоге сейчас встретишь столько ценных и полезных мыслей, которые можно применить на деле. Но понадобится еще время, чтобы осмыслить инфу. Даже сейчас, когда после прочтения текста Вашего поста, в тот момент, когда пишу комментарий, я думаю, о тех вещах, смысл которых мне теперь совсем по другому видится. Эх, что за день сегодня – полезный день.

  8. Rachel Says:

    I have read the book and it belongs to my young sis, Hannah. I like it alot!!!

    Rachel


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