With magic, a massive boarding school, and two girls on two very different paths, Soman Chainani’s ‘The School For Good and Evil’ is a must for those of you who love fantasy, fairy tales and Harry Potter.
MP!er Emily received a free copy in exchange for an honest review, you can’t shake a stick at that can you?
Name: Emily Hale
Before ‘The Last Ever After’, had you read any other books in this series? If not, was it easy to follow? I had read the first book in the series. Although I was missing a few details I easily caught up with a bit of research on the internet.
Can you pick a favourite character? Agatha. She has a few struggles during the book and you sympathize with her frequently.
Any favourite scenes/moments? Agatha’s ending. I don’t want to spoil but it’s a great moment.
If you had to choose a song to go perfectly with this book, what would it be? Beauty and the Beast
What kinds of fans/readers would you recommend this book to? People interested in fairy tales and those who still love their inner child moments.
Rate out of 10. 9
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