[...] La autora consigue que te sientas conmovida o te rías en las escenas correctas, que en las escenas de tensión tengas los pelos de punta y leas frenéticamente para saber qué va a pasar o si realmente va a ocurrir lo que ocurrirá. Es una historia preciosa, llena de sentimientos, en la que vemos cómo los personajes empiezan a valorar lo que tienen y a pensar en lo que realmente quieren cuando ven su vida amenazada. [...]
[...] The author manages to make you feel shocked or laugh in the right scenes, and that that in the scenes of tension, you read frantically to know what will happen or if it really will happen what you think will happen. This is a beautiful story, full of emotions, in which we see how the characters start to value what they have and how they start thinking in what they really want when their lives are threatened. [...]
This story answer my question about: Wouldn't education makes people greedy that they left their hometown to what-so-called-a-better-life?
Though the story-end is predictable, but it's still an interesting book to read from the beginning until the end....Continua
"Miri lives on a mountain where, for generations, her ancestors have quarried stone and lived a simple life. Then word comes that the king's priests have divined her small village the home of the future princess, and every teenage girl must attend a Princess Academy to learn how to become a princess."
A really engaging young adult book. I would love to let my daughter read this book when she is older. A more traditional type of love story instead of the ones I find out there now for teenagers to read. I liked it a lot....Continua