A World Without Princes

A World Without Princes

eBook - 2014
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Magic and romance battle each other in this much anticipated sequel to the New York Times bestselling novel The School for Good and Evil. Best friends Sophie and Agatha return to the spectacular world where the only way out of a fairy tale is to live through one. Together, they have the strength to face unseen enemies and new threats. But what will happen when they are torn apart?
Publisher: New York, NY : Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, 2014.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9780062104946
Characteristics: 1 online resource.
Additional Contributors: Bruno, Iacopo - Illustrator

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Aug 20, 2018

loves this awsome series, but Geez! He wanted to kill his one true love because he's confused! I think this book is funny, romantic, thriller, suspensful, great plot, and extremely magical!
It is 9 trillion stars out of 5!

Feb 20, 2018

I’m probably going to suffer backlash from this but whatever. Boys are stupid sometimes. Honestly! Like if a girl he likes refuses him or thinks she lied to him, he orders for her to die. WHAT HAPPENED TO COMMUNICATION

Oct 25, 2017

AMAZING!!!!I love how it shows girls can still rule and are powerful so encouraging!!!

Apr 26, 2017

'A World Without Princes' is an interesting sequel to 'The School For Good And Evil.' Suspenseful, thoughtful, and a reflection of our broken world. This book makes you realize the depth of Sophie's and Agatha's characters and the similarities between the divided schools and our divided world, always fighting, never getting along.

Apr 07, 2017

really cool book, lots of adventure! PERFECT book for readers who love fantasy! i recommend this ages 9 and up

Apr 06, 2017

This is book 2 in the School for Good and Evil trilogy. The first book was good, and as all first books, it introduces you to the characters. This book gets to the meat and potatoes of the story. I truly enjoyed these first two books and couldn't wait to read book 3. But I discovered that the library doesn't have book 3. So I bought all three books, they are worth having for your personal library if you love Fantasy.

Mar 09, 2017

A World without Princes, is the second installment in the planned trilogy (there is however a fourth book being written) written by Soman Chainani. Compared to the first book, Chainani has brought a whole new perspective of society and equality to his readers. The first book ended in what I would like to call a “now what” moment, leaving the readers guessing. I might have thought that the first book went against the stereotypes, but this one allows the reader to get two different perspectives presented in a very relatable concept. The main characters, Sophie and Agatha are back and ready for the second adventure of a lifetime, within a world of doubt, fear and deception, they're lost on who to trust and who must die. The suspense leaves you guessing what happens in the end, with certain twists and turns, leaving you wondering “who’s really good or evil?”. With the new installment, different sides of characters were revealed letting more information spill out of a chest of untold secrets. This book is definitely a must read, especially if you loved the first book as much as I did, it left me completely starstruck.
- @Because_Logic of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

Feb 18, 2017

Best book series ever! For fairy tale lovers!

Nov 07, 2016

Amazing book I really enjoyed reading it.

Jul 01, 2016

I love this book series! Everyone says that sequels are never as good as the first, but these three book series break that tradition. If you love the idea of all of the fairytales grown up and mixed together, and love to see how they are created, these are the books for you.

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Mar 27, 2016

The second book of the school for good and evil starts when Agatha and Sophie get back home. If you've read the first book, you'll remember that Sophie said something about no princes in their story. Well, other princesses and girls like Snow White, Cinderella and many more were inspired by that and they dumped their princes. Now, the school for Good and Evil is the school for Boys and Girls!!! The Never girls were kicked out of their tower and the Ever boys were kicked out of theirs. Now, Agatha has to choose between Sophie and Tedros or a war will begin. Who will Agatha choose and how will their story end??

Jul 16, 2015

this is the School for good and evil after Agatha wishes for Tedros. Turns out because Agatha chose to save her friend Sofie in stead of stay with her prince the schools turned into the school for girls and boys. If Agatha does not kiss Tedros soon a war will break out! Or does this story have a crazy twist?


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Dec 15, 2015

Sexual Content: There is a potion in the book that can change the users gender (girl to a boy; boy to a girl).


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