Palace of Stone
Publish date: June 6th 2013
Pages no: 321
Edition language: English
Series: Princess Academy (#2)
Another wonderful YA fantasy suitable for younger readers. Miri and company leave the mountain to attend their friend's wedding in the capital and discover the country has some serious trouble brewing. The king is out of touch and careless, his nobles are abusing the commoners, and a bloody revolu...
Typical book of girls learning to become princesses, one standing up to adults taking adventure, and they go to overrule them.
Review later? Maybe?
Palace of Stone is the sequel to the Newbery Medal-winning Princess Academy. I liked Princess Academy and appreciated how Hale played with our expectations of what was going to happen, but it wasn’t one I completely and utterly loved. I’ve also found that Hale’s sequels tend to be less impressive fo...
The story was more grown up in this second installment of the Princess Academy. Palace of Stone deals with more issues that usually involve adults like marriage and revolution. What made this revolution story unique was that it was started by a girl who could see both sides. Most of the revolutio...
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