The last of her fairy tale trilogy.
I remember the first time I saw “Princess of the Midnight Ball.” I couldn’t put it down, I was so into the story — but I lasted through waiting the agony of a few days until I could finish reading it in Borders bookstore. The intricacy of the storyline, the romance and mystery surrounding all twelve of the dancing princesses, and the crocheting — I fell hard for Jessica Day George’s charming fairy tale retelling on the spot.
When “Princess of Glass” came out years later, I was greeted by a not-so-fantastic love story, but the wicked Cinderella/Fairy Godmother twist was absolutely ingenious and I never forgot it. Now “Princess of the Silver Woods,” the third and final installment in this “series” of fairy tales, is due to be released on December 11, 2012.
I think I finished reading “Princess of the Silver Woods” in less than…
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