The Storybook of Legends (Ever After High #1), by Shannon Hale

18053786.jpgReview by Micah Sage

Hi! My book is called “Ever After High.” I would recommend this book to somebody who likes to read a lot because this book has more than 25 chapters. This book is 100 percent fiction and 0 percent of non fiction. People who don’t like books without pictures shouldn’t read this book.

It starts on a normal day where the sons and daughters are getting ready for their second year of “Ever After High.” One girl named Raven Queen, daughter of the Evil Queen, is having breakfast with her dad the Good King. After they ate breakfast she went to see her mother who was locked up in mirror prison because she tried to take over the whole entire world. Raven doesn’t want to be the evil queen. But her mom convinces her to be evil. While that is happening Apple White, daughter of Snow White, was at school getting ready for her new roommate, Raven. She thought it was a good idea because she could maybe get Raven to follow her destiny. When Raven got there she didn’t stop at her dorm. She went to see the “Storybook of Legends.” She wanted to see her destiny. She saw an unsigned page and wondered if she spoofed. Apple and Raven went on an adventure to the Marsh King and the Goblin Mountain. At a cave she saw the person was dead. At the end of the story Raven didn’t sign the “Storybook of Legends.” Apple was so mad they weren’t friends anymore.

I would give this book 4 ½ stars out of 5. The reason is because they don’t describe everything. Also there were cliffhangers and I hate cliffhangers. I also saw the show and it was nothing like the book. They didn’t have the adventures that the book had. Go read the book and see what you think about it.

Rating: 🌠🌠🌠🌠

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