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by Jessica Day George
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YA Fantasy - K.A. Wiggins
YA Fantasy - K.A. Wiggins rated it 3 years ago
Fairly entertaining little fantasy-action-romance with a chill pair of romantic leads and just a touch of the horrible.
Malin
Malin rated it 5 years ago
This is the third book in a series, which began with Princess of the Midnight Ball. While you don't really need to have read the second book in the series, Princess of Glass to fully appreciate the book, you should probably have read the first one (or at least be more than passingly familiar with th...
My Own Little Corner
My Own Little Corner rated it 5 years ago
This is the third book in the series. The King Under Stone is back and threatening the sisters. I liked Oliver. I almost expected the Robin Hood aspect of the story to be more prevalent. Instead it felt like a passing fancy. Petunia went on and on about how all of her siblings viewed her as if s...
YA Anonymous
YA Anonymous rated it 6 years ago
I read this book without reading the first two. I didn't feel lost. I think it was a magical story all on its own and I look forward to backtracking to the first books!
YA Novelties
YA Novelties rated it 6 years ago
Let me start this out saying that this is the third book in the series, and it would help to read the other two books first, but to enjoy this book you don't have to read them (although it is suggested as it would make things a bit clearer). When I started reading this book, I myself had not realize...
Moonlight Snow
Moonlight Snow rated it 6 years ago
The final installment in Jessica Day George's middle grade series about the 12 princesses of Westalin. This is a mash up of Red Riding Hood and Robin Hood, and involves a return to the World Under Stone.I liked it a lot. There was a bit of a Russian flair to this one, which I very much enjoyed. Very...
WinterRose
WinterRose rated it 6 years ago
Combining elements of Little Red Riding Hood aethetics into this third and final installment of this elecellent Twelve Dancing Princesses triology, Jessica Day George delivers yet another stellar fairy tale retelling.In the first book we got oldest sister, Rose's story. In the second, we got middle ...
Joanne12
Joanne12 rated it 6 years ago
This book was ok. It wasn't really anything like I expected and I just couldn't really get that into it. I think it was because I didn't read the other books in the series. I didn't know that the series was a continuation from the first book in the series. I thought each book was about a different f...
A Trail of Books Left Behind
A Trail of Books Left Behind rated it 6 years ago
When I first started reading this, I didn't realize that it was a part of a trilogy, or the last one, but that was okay. I could still keep up and things were explained enough that I knew what was going on.Princess Petunia is the youngest of King Gregor's twelve daughters and she finds herself on a ...
Miranda @ Bibliodaze
Miranda @ Bibliodaze rated it 6 years ago
While not without its charms or enjoyability, Princess of the Silver Woods doesn’t quite live up to Princess of the Midnight Ball. It’s the sort of book you need to be in a certain mood for. If you’re looking for one with depth and complexity in the characters and villains, this is most definitely n...
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