Pour la vie (Journal d'une Princesse, #10)
Publish date: May 6th 2009
Publisher: Hachette Jeunesse
Pages no: 504
Edition language: French
, Realistic Fiction
, Fairy Tales
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
Series: The Princess Diaries .75 (#10)
So, it’s the final stretch in this binge read. Next month the middle grade spinoff series will out and then in June Royal Wedding will come out and I won’t talk to you because I’ll be too busy reading and wondering why can’t I write swoon like Meg Cabot because God…Michael Moscovitz (though, I stil...
My favorite book out of the whole series. I felt like they were progressively getting better because I could see that Mia changed throughout the whole series. It touches on the topic of sex quite a bit through the last couple of books and especially this one for sure.
It was perfect
I cant believe this was the last book in the series :( Meg definately has to write some more! something that would follow mia through college!! this book was hilarious as usual, each book gets better and better, I was surprised about J.P. but the book ended perfectly!
After reading "Seventh Heaven" I resolved to put a lid on ploughing through Princess Mia's diary which had become extremely difficult to bear. Those little faults of Mia that made her so endearing in the first volumes wore my nerves thin when they became more and more pronounced instead of maturing ...
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