Misfits by Jen Calonita

Young Llama Thoughts
  • Adventurous
  • Christian Friendly
  • Easy Reading
  • Humerous
  • Youth Appropriate
Overall
4.1 Llamas

Review

Alright, so I have read the other series of this book (which I will be posting and reviewing soon), and loved it so I just had to get this one. And let me just say…. I LOVE THIS BOOK SOOOOOOO MUCH!!!!

The book is themed around a young girl going to a Royal (magical) School, and trying to fit in. Only she’s not your average princess… SHE IS SOOOO MUCH COOLER! I won’t say too much, just that the book is great and very kid friendly. It does have magic, and if you don’t like to read magic… that’s ok, this isn’t the book for you then.

Over all, great kids book and a must read. (Like a really good book… go read it.)

Pros

  • Magical adventure
  • Funny
  • The perfect kids book

Cons

  • Ahhh… magic I guess?

In Enchantasia, becoming a legendary prince or princess doesn’t happen overnight. Enter Royal Academy, the training ground for the fairy tale leaders of tomorrow!

But Devin has major reservations about her new school and her royal future. How can she be a princess and the best creature caretaker Enchantasia has ever seen? It doesn’t help that there’s something seriously weird about RA’s headmistress. Olivina seems obsessed with preparing students for possible attacks from villains (“A royal can’t rule when they’re stuck in a tower!”) Devin gets that being Snow White and Rapunzel’s fairy godmother has probably made Olivina pretty paranoid, but anytime someone steps a toe out of line, Olivina becomes more of a fairy nightmare than a fairy godmother.

Something isn’t right with this lady, and Devin is determind to find out what. But what Devin discovers could change the fairy tale world forever…

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