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  1. says:

    This story was lacking in too many elements to be enjoyable for me The characters were so underdeveloped that the weren't likable the writing didn't make me love the hero or hate the villain The romance lacked passion and believability I couldn't ever figure out what the hero and heroine saw in each other and why the hero would go to such lengths to save the heroine And the plot was so predicable I never wondered whet

  2. says:

    Reread this April 2011 as I get ready to write the third book Kinda impressed with myself fun characters and I'm excited to get back into their heads

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    Final review first posted on Fantasy Literature The malevolent King Under Stone cuts not one deal but two with the ueen of the country of Westfalin first that she will be able to have children; second that Westfalin will be victorious in its battles against other countries In return the human ueen agrees to spend one night per week

  4. says:

    I couldn't fall asleep one night and without even realizing it I was so caught up and enchanted by the story it was six in the morning when I finished the bookThis is a retelling but I'm not familiar with the original tale so I can'

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    He smiled his cold smile Keeping one's hands clean – maintaining one's innocence Is that not the human way?”― Jessica Day George Princess of the Midnight BallDNFI gave it a three even though I did not read to the end My issue

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    I bought this book yesterday at work and was excited to start it I had some time in the evening and read a few pages When I woke early this morning and couldn't get back to sleep I decided to read for a while I couldn't stop until I had finished the WHOLE THING I loved it I have read other variations on the 12 dancing princesses but this one had different twist and turns that made it so much different and better

  7. says:

    princess of the midnight ball is a classic take on the well known fairy tale of the Twelve Dancing Princesses but decidedly much darker this version of the story involves an ancient curse passed down to the prince

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    The Ionian continent has been devastated by the ten year war between the kingdoms of Westfalin and Analousia which ended with Westfalin barely v

  9. says:

    Felt just like the fairytales I grew up on Maybe not my favorite book as far as YA or romance but it was still spellbinding from first page to last there's just something special about the storytelling that made me feel as if I were

  10. says:

    “And all because of some shoes” Galen murmured as they hurried away“What?” Ulrike had to trot to keep up with him“This all began because of their shoes being worn out night after night” he said He had fallen into an eas

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Princess of the Midnight Ball

A tale of twelve princesses doomed to dance until dawn Galen is a young soldier returning from war; Rose is one of twelve princesses condemned to dance each night for the King Under Stone Together Galen and Rose will search for a way to break the curse that forces the princesses to dance at the midnight balls All. This story was lacking in too many elements to be enjoyable for me The characters were so underdeveloped that the weren t likable the writing didn t make me love the hero or hate the villain The romance lacked passion and believability I couldn t ever figure out what the hero and heroine saw in each other and why the hero would go to such lengths to save the heroine And the plot was so predicable I never wondered whether or not the princesses would be saved in the end and the ending wasn t suspenseful at all I would have liked detail and description in this story Fiona - Sterben (Band 6) soldier returning from war; Rose is one of twelve princesses condemned to dance each night for the King Under Stone Together Galen and Rose will Catching Fire search for a way to break the curse that forces the princesses to dance at the midnight balls All. This The Wiley Handbook of Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, 2 Volume Set (Wiley Clinical Psychology Handbooks) story was lacking in too many elements to be enjoyable for me The characters were The Apple Bandit (Nancy Drew: Notebooks, so underdeveloped that the weren t likable the writing didn t make me love the hero or hate the villain The romance lacked passion and believability I couldn t ever figure out what the hero and heroine Incubus saw in each other and why the hero would go to The Sharpe Companion The Early Years such lengths to Tantra y salchicha. La vía sabrosa al sexo sagrado save the heroine And the plot was Textbook of Clinical Hemodynamics so predicable I never wondered whether or not the princesses would be Running to the Edge: A Band of Misfits and the Guru Who Unlocked the Secrets of Speed saved in the end and the ending wasn t Down and Out in Paris and London suspenseful at all I would have liked detail and description in this The French Cafe story

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S mere irritation compared to the evil that awaits Galen and Rose in the brighter world above Captivating from start to finish Jessica Day George’s take on the Grimms’ tale The Twelve Dancing Princesses demonstrates yet again her mastery at spinning something entirely fresh out of a story you thought you knew. princess of the midnight ball is a classic take on the well known fairy tale of the Twelve Dancing Princesses but decidedly much darker this version of the story involves an ancient curse passed down to the princesses from their foolish mother and the mysterious deaths of the several princes who try to solve the mystery its plot however doesn t really veer into unexpected territory which meant that it was mostly just a very fleshed out version of the original fairy tale albeit with some minor twiststhe characters were extremely underdeveloped and therefore a huge meh for me the romance lacked passion and believability i couldn t keep track of the princesses and their names couldn t care less about Galen on that later or Rose or their romance and basically i think the only character in this story i remotely cared about was Gregor the princesses father in the prologue the villain of this book a powerful dark magician described him as fat and foolish and horrible but he ISN T he tries his best to be a good father and he actually would die for his daughters in an instant and he protects them at all costs and that s beautiful dadgoals okay anyway moving on Galen actually put me off because he s obviously the white knight of the story and he s too perfect and never makes a single mistake idk i mean somehow when problems occur he thinks of a solution in like three minutes and also he s supposed to be a Gentleman who is Gallant and Chivalrous blah blah but i think this just made his character really bland and boring it s probably a personal preference so take this with a pinch of salti don t really have much to say in this review because i don t really care about the book like it made me feel absolutely nothing and i skimmed at some points however i will admit that jessica day george has much talent in writing her settings were descriptive and the fairytale backdrop felt almost magical to me i did like another book of hers called Sun and Moon Ice and Snow so maybe it s just that i couldn t connect to the characters in this one one thing worth mentioning is Galen s unusual aptitude for knitting and knitting plays uite an important role in this book also the author wrote this with influences from German language etc and i found that uite interesting because i didn t associate Germany with the original fairy tale Just you remember when you make a deal with them as lives below there s always a hidden price

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They need is one invisibility cloak a black wool chain knit with enchanted silver needles and that most critical ingredient of all true love to conuer their foes in the dark halls below But malevolent forces are working against them above ground as well and as cruel as the King Under Stone has seemed his wrath i. I couldn t fall asleep one night and without even realizing it I was so caught up and enchanted by the story it was six in the morning when I finished the bookThis is a retelling but I m not familiar with the original tale so I can t say how close it is to the original It stands on it s own though and you don t need any prior knowledge of the story to enjoy itThe story starts out with our hero Galen great name by the way coming back from a war that he and his fellow soldiers have been fighting in for twelve years At eighteen he has seen tragedy and bloodshed than most have in their lives Despite and because of all this he is such a lovable character I won t go into detail but eventually his path crosses with the beloved twelve princesses of Westfalin what would be considered Germany today most probablyThere is a mystery surrounding the twelve princesses for some reason their dancing slippers our all worn through every third night No one sees where they go and can t seem to explain why this happens The princesses Rose Lily Jonuil Hyacinth Violet Poppy Daisy Lilac Iris Orchid Pansy and Petunia all named after flowers obviously have to dance to serve a debt but they can t tell anybody I did have trouble keeping up with which sister was which but other than that the story flowed well My sister who recommended it to me said that the beginning was slow going to her but I thought the story had enough going on to keep the reader engaged I can t say how much I loved the Galen character too bad he isn t real and in reality I don t think there could be but a girl can dream This enchanting romantic adventurous tale of Rose and Galen is a must read

  • Hardcover
  • 280
  • Princess of the Midnight Ball
  • Jessica Day George
  • English
  • 13 April 2018
  • 9781599903224

About the Author: Jessica Day George

Jessica Day George likes chocolate knitting books travel movies dragons horses dogs and her family These are all things to keep in mind if you ever meet her For instance you could bring her chocolate to make the meeting go smoothly You could also talk about how adorable her children are even if you have never seen them You could discuss dog breeds she had a Maltese named Pippin