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The Two Princesses of Bamarre - Gail Carson Levine
The Two Princesses of Bamarre
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"Step follows step. Hope follows courage. Set your face toward danger. Set your heart on victory." Princess Meryl dreams of one day protecting the kingdom of Bamarre, while timid Princess Addie is content to stay always within the safety of the castle walls. The one trait they share is their... show more
"Step follows step. Hope follows courage. Set your face toward danger. Set your heart on victory." Princess Meryl dreams of one day protecting the kingdom of Bamarre, while timid Princess Addie is content to stay always within the safety of the castle walls. The one trait they share is their devotion to each other. Their world is turned upside down, though, when Meryl is stricken by the incurable Gray Death. To save her sister, Addie must set out on a dangerous quest filled with dragons, unknown magic, and death itself. Time is running out, and the sisters’ lives -- and the future of Bamarre -- hang in the balance.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780060575809 (0060575808)
Publisher: Eos
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
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Read It and Weep
Read It and Weep rated it
5.0 ED 411-The Two Princesses of Bamarre
This book is a fantasy story about two sisters that could not be more different. When brave Princess Meryl catches the Grey Death, cautious Princess Addie must set off on a dangerous quest to look for a cure. I would implement this book in the classroom as a way to address stereotypes. I would then ...
KizunaYueMichaelis
KizunaYueMichaelis rated it
Booo, not what I have expected. It was hard to like Addie; all she does is being afraid, observe while her sister is dying. She is not as quiet as the plot suggest it; in fact, she whines a lot. And the dragon! What an awful personality. The book has all the elements I love so much in a Fantasy Medi...
KizunaYueMichaelis
KizunaYueMichaelis rated it
1.0 The Two Princesses of Bamarre
Booo, not what I have expected. It was hard to like Addie; all she does is being afraid, observe while her sister is dying. She is not as quiet as the plot suggest it; in fact, she whines a lot. And the dragon! What an awful personality. The book has all the elements I love so much in a Fantasy Med...
hystericalcheezit
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I think I've read this one but I'm not entirely certain?
Wyvernfriend Reads
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4.0 The Two Princesses of Bamarre
In a land where a disease, the Grey Death, kills many there lives two sisters, princesses called Meryl and Addie. Meryl is the brave one and Addie is timid. When Meryl is stricken with the disease Addie has to overcome many obstacles, not least of which is her own timidity, to find a cure. It does...
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