The School for Good and Evil : A World Without Princes {Book Review}

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Published Date: April 15, 2014
Publisher: HaperCollins
Author: Soman Chainani
Pages: 433
Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult, Middle Grade

You can view the summary for A World Without Princes here.

Hi, guys *waves* I’m sure none of you noticed that I’ve kinda been absent from here but that’s okay. I’m waving anyway…to you, there…in the back. Yes, you. Hi. Sometimes life gets in the way and then sometimes Dish decides to put a ton of good movies in the line-up. Either way, it kept me off of wordpress and away from reading as much as I had been. But alas, here I am with a new review.

This was the perfect follow-up to The School for Good and Evil. It was hilarious and it was frustrating and most of all, it was action packed. I loved the concept of a world without boys. The message was very clear– girls can do anything they want without a dude. But it seems not everyone agrees. It seems that not everyone wants it Girls vs Boys… thus begins the adventure of righting the wrongs done in the first novel in hopes to creat Good vs Evil once again.

I love Chainani’s writing style and I love the characters he’s created. Most are friends you wouldn’t have picked on your own but are glad you have in your corner. I especially want Dot in my corner…she can turn anything into food. Yes.

Anyway, this book was brilliant, funny, full of great lessons and also full of stupid boys. You guys seriously need to read this series. The third {I believe} is due out next May.


5 thoughts on “The School for Good and Evil : A World Without Princes {Book Review}

  1. *waves back* Hello. 🙂 I didn’t notice you were gone, because I was gone too. I’ve had the first book in this series on my list for a while now, good to know the second book is good too.

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