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Palace of Mirrors

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

15 out of 16 people found this review helpful.

I LOVE THIS BOOK!!!!!!

This book is wonderful when I began reading it I could NOT put it down! I love the way that it goes back in to ware there are Kings, Queens, and peasents. I have never read I book like this before! I just LOVE it!!!!!

posted by cheerleadergirl123 on May 12, 2009

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Most Helpful Critical Review

4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

I thought this was a cute book for the target age group. My two

I thought this was a cute book for the target age group. My two young daughters liked it. Although it is an interesting story, it is in my opinion a good story that could have been much better. The plot is unique yet uninspiring most of the time. While the heroine Cecel...
I thought this was a cute book for the target age group. My two young daughters liked it. Although it is an interesting story, it is in my opinion a good story that could have been much better. The plot is unique yet uninspiring most of the time. While the heroine Cecelia does seem to mature at the end of the book, the hero Harper doesn't leave adolecence to move into manhood even though he wants to get married. I didn't like the whole scenerio at the end with the queen, it was too contrived and not realisticlly accomplished.

posted by HeatherS2 on September 18, 2012

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