• Title: The Princess Diaries (The Princess Diaries, #5-6)
  • Author: Meg Cabot
  • ISBN: 9780330442749
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Princess Diaries The Princess Diaries Just as Mia thinks she s getting to grips with being the heir to the throne of Genovia things start to fall apart Not only is Michael Mia s true love refusing to go to the social event of the year
    Just as Mia thinks she s getting to grips with being the heir to the throne of Genovia, things start to fall apart Not only is Michael, Mia s true love, refusing to go to the social event of the year, but he s also heading off to college Can Mia cope without Michael at school with a potential eco disaster in Genovia

    One Reply to “The Princess Diaries (The Princess Diaries, #5-6)”

    1. Note: This review is for the 5TH half of this book, as I didnt get around to reading the 6th.I reckon the whole thing about her complaining about the prom kinda ruined in for me. It takes up waaay too much of the book. Though I guess that's what diaries are forbut still.So yeah.That's all I got to say

    2. Superb book.Just loved it.I am expecting more books like this.Actually to tell the truth i think i am a lot like Mia(leaving the princess part of course)! So a big thanks for Meg cabot for writing books which are very much related to our own lives.

    3. Princess in Pink (#5) was annoying since Mia complained a lot.I liked Princess in Training (#6) much more, but the series becomes a bit more than PG 13.

    4. I really hate every single book in this series--they all read like an idle 1997 IM chat session between two 13 year-olds. No matter how old Mia gets it's still the same tone, no growth or maturity.

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