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Princess in Training - Meg Cabot
Princess in Training
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High school sophomore Princess Mia records in her diary her struggles with geometry, the expectations of being a college student's girlfriend, running for president of the student council, and a potential ecological disaster in her native land, Genovia.
High school sophomore Princess Mia records in her diary her struggles with geometry, the expectations of being a college student's girlfriend, running for president of the student council, and a potential ecological disaster in her native land, Genovia.
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Format: ebook
ISBN: 9780060839055 (0060839058)
Publisher: HarperCollins
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Series: The Princess Diaries .75 (#6)
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Twirling Book Princess
Twirling Book Princess rated it
4.0
This was a pretty great book in a (so far) shaping to be epic series. Let me first start with the good things:Mia is still awkward, but she does her best to fulfil her princess role, and you can see that she is getting better and better at it with each book. From a girl who didn’t want to be a pri...
Howdy YAL!
Howdy YAL! rated it
3.0 Where JP Saves the Series, Lilly Ruins Christmas, and Mia has Multiple Cringe Worthy Moments
It’s time for another installment of my Princess Diaries binge read. Mia’s finally not a freshman anymore (yay?) and her relationship with Michael is really developing (yay?). Let’s look at book 6, 6 1/2, 7, and 7 1/2. Where the Term Baby Licker is Invented (Princess in Training): Blah. ...
The Purple Book Monster
The Purple Book Monster rated it
4.0 The Princess Diaries, Volume VI: Princess in Training
Favorite one in the series so far.
Title and Statement of Responsibility
Title and Statement of Responsibility rated it
4.0 The Princess Diaries, Volume VI: Princess in Training
Entertaining, as usual.
Confessions of a Bibliophile
Confessions of a Bibliophile rated it
3.0
One of the things I mentioned in the All-American Girl reviews is that Mia is a very immature character compared to other Meg Cabot heroines, and it shows in this book. It also doesn’t help that the major subplot is lifted from Ready or Not, although Mia’s approach to the sex question is vastly diff...
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