Palace of Mirrors

Palace of Mirrors

Book - 2008 | 1st ed.
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Fourteen-year-old Cecilia has always known she is the true princess of Suala, but when she and her best friend, Harper, decide to speed up her ascendancy to the throne, they find danger and many imposters who challenge her claim.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, c2008.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9781416939153
1416939156
Branch Call Number: HADDI
Characteristics: 297 p.

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ilovepiggy
Jul 10, 2016

It was really nice. A lot of plot twists (A LOT). But it was kind of confusing in the beginning because since it is a sequel, you automatically assume its going to be from the same point of view or at least have all the same characters but it doesn't.

IJohn Sep 26, 2014

AWESOME BOOK!!! It showed everyone that everyone has value, not only princesses and princes, Recommend this book for people who like stories where a boy and girl are friends and it turns out to be alove story at the end.

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aac2
Aug 13, 2014

great book. I bought it and it is awesome

jhoerger Jun 20, 2014

This is a great adventure tale for teenage girls. I read it after reading some of Margaret Peterson Haddix's books for a college literature class. Many girls in a 5th grade book club that I assisted with were hooked on these books as well! Easy read, and enjoyable!

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aprilmay
Jul 16, 2013

Palace of Mirrors is almost like a sequel to Just Ella, but not really. In a way, I think this Palace of Mirrors is better. The characters are so beautifully done and their develpoment over the course of the story is moving. This book is full of surprises on single every page. And to those who love a not-so-predictable happy ending should definately read this book!

I love this book so much! haha can't believe i'm saying this. I never read but this is truly amazing.

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nicole_moli
Jan 21, 2012

i thought that this was a really good book, really hard to put down. i recomend that you read just ella (by Haddix) before this book because the story will make a little more sense

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princess555
Jan 01, 2011

great book! i luv it and am looking at more of haddix's books. ^^

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Bells
Apr 27, 2010

A cute sequel to 'Just Ella,' though it is certainly readable on its own.

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AdeleMBPierce
Mar 04, 2010

This sounds like a really good book. Can't wait to read it! :)

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aprilmay
Jul 16, 2013

aprilmay thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

VeganGreen Jun 01, 2010

VeganGreen thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and 13

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aprilmay
Jul 16, 2013

"Somewhere in the world I have a tiara in a little box. It is not safe for me to wear it...It is not safe for me even to tell anyone who I really am. But I know -- I have always known."

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