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Princess of the Silver Woods By Jessica Day George,

  • Title: Princess of the Silver Woods
  • Author: Jessica Day George
  • ISBN: 9781599906461
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When Petunia, the youngest of King Gregor s twelve dancing daughters, is invited to visit an elderly friend in the neighboring country of Westfalin, she welcomes the change of scenery But in order to reach Westfalin, Petunia must pass through a forest where strange two legged wolves are rud to exist Wolves intent on redistributing the wealth of the noble citizens whoWhen Petunia, the youngest of King Gregor s twelve dancing daughters, is invited to visit an elderly friend in the neighboring country of Westfalin, she welcomes the change of scenery But in order to reach Westfalin, Petunia must pass through a forest where strange two legged wolves are rud to exist Wolves intent on redistributing the wealth of the noble citizens who have entered their territory But the bandit wolves prove rakishly handsome than truly dangerous, and it s not until Petunia reaches her destination that she realizes the kindly grandmother she has been summoned to visit is really an enemy bent on restoring an age old curse The stories of Red Riding Hood and Robin Hood get a twist as Petunia and her many sisters take on bandits, grannies, and the new King Under Stone to end their family curse once and for all.
    Princess of the Silver Woods When Petunia the youngest of King Gregor s twelve dancing daughters is invited to visit an elderly friend in the neighboring country of Westfalin she welcomes the change of scenery But in order to

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    1. In the final installment about the Twelve Dancing Princesses of Westfalin, Petunia gets her chance for adventure Editing, April 2012 More editing, June 2012 I have spent the last week in my bedroom, cutting 20,000 words from the manuscript Most of those words were clearly, actually, even, and just Copy edits, August 2012 Galley proofs, August 2012.

    2. GUYS, I THINK THAT JUST BY LOOKING A THE COVER, YOU GUYS WILL WANT TO READ THIS.A solid 4.5 I mean, it has a princess in it WHAT S NOT TO LOVE George spins a brilliant and suspenseful story from POV s of the twelve dancing sisters you guys.is is a book to kill for

    3. THE REVIEWWhy this book I liked the first 2 books in the seriesWhat I thoughtThis wasn t as fun as the other two, but that doesn t mean I didn t like it Because I did, but I had a few problems First off this was like an extension of the first book, its almost like the second book never happened Also there was no Fairytale aspect unlike the others The first book being a retelling of The Twelve Dancing Princess and the second being a retelling of Cinderella As for the romance it happened way to f [...]

    4. Definitely one for the fans I still think Princess of Glass is the best book in this series, but Princess of the Silver Woods isn t without its charms Yes, the story itself is flawed and than a little repetitive, but, with all the familiar characters from the first two books back, sometimes, it s just nice to catch up with your favorites and ask, hey, what have you been up to Still, I have to wonder if being a direct sequel to Princess of the Midnight Ball rather being of a standalone like Pri [...]

    5. GASP Look at that pretty cover And it comes out November 13th Can t wait Update April 6 Ooh, a Robin Hood twist as well I adore Robin Hood, so this is bound the be perfect I m so excited, but someone please make the cover picture normal size Book Review December 19th So, I m finally getting around to writing another book review I haven t been reviewing too much because of so much school work, hindering from reading a lot Backstory I m very, very, very happy that this book FINALLY came out Prince [...]

    6. Jessica Day George s middle grade YA Princess series ends with this novel, which has just the slightest nod to Little Red Riding Hood in a very offbeat sort of way , but really is about continuing and wrapping up the story of the twelve dancing princesses from Princess of the Midnight Ball Which was fine with me I actually thought this was the strongest book in this series.This isn t a good stand alone read you need to read at least the first book, and preferably the second as well, Princess of [...]

    7. I abducted Princess Petunia last week I didn t harm her I delivered her to the Grand Duchess Volenskaya, but now she is in terrible danger.Many years have passed since Petunia, youngest of Westfalin s twelve princesses, was forced to dance every night for the King Under Stone But now those powers are stirring again Every night Petunia dreams that the Prince she always danced with comes to take her away To get away, she travels to the estate belonging to the Grand Duchess Volenskaya but on the wa [...]

    8. I really enjoyed this series and have been looking forward to this final book for a long time This story follows Petunia, the youngest of the dancing princesses I liked Petunia, she was pretty feisty Her older sisters tend to baby her and she is tired of being babies and overlooked She really comes into her own in this one Our hero in this book, Oliver, was likable I think I liked Galen and Christian a bit , but he still had his own charm I guess he came across a little young to me While I enjoy [...]

    9. SQUEAL I AM SO EXCITED I absolutely love the first two books in the series and have been on pins and needles of excitement since finding out a third one was coming MAY 2013 EDIT ROBIN HOOD IS IN THIS COME ON I NEEEEEEEEEDDDDDDDDDDD TO GO HOME AND GET THIS BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY ALREADY July 2013 REVIEW Mixed feelings about this book Cover is as beautiful as I ve come to expect from this series Just because you shouldn t judge a book by it s cover doesn t mean you can t enjoy that cover I like the [...]

    10. FINAL RATING 4.65 STARS CATCHALLI love, love, love Jessica Day George Her entire Princess trilogy has been fantastic, and this book was no exception It was romantic and sweet but also a bit daring and dangerous, and overall fabulous Though I didn t love this one as much as the previous two and it is my least favorite book in the trilogy, I still absolutely loved it It was a fantastic conclusion and it excited me to my very bones Every danger was very real, and the mystery was intense I fell in l [...]

    11. Read This Review More Like It On My Blog This is a review for the third and final novel in the series about Twelve Dancing Princesses, but what I say here about Princess of the Silver Woods holds true for all of the books I so wanted to love these I had heard great things and excitedly requested this as an ARC, even without reading the first two Sadly, I was confused, bored, uninvolved from the very start, so I DNF d 50 pages in A week or so later, the first two went on sale for ebooks for less [...]

    12. I love princess fairy tale stories they always leave me happy and enchanted This story was a lot of fun to read and speculate on how it was all going to work out in the end I loved how Mrs George interweaves Little Red Riding Hood s story with that of Robin Hood She takes the familiar tale and puts an original twist too it I thought it was very creative and interesting.We find ourselves with Petunia who is the youngest of the King s twelve daughter s She is on her way to visit an old family frie [...]

    13. desperately wants to stab something with knitting needles To say this book was disappointing would definitely be an understatement It started off well enough, but I quickly lost interest after the first 50 pages Basically, the only reason I finished it was so I could say I finished the series Of which I actually enjoyed the first two books With that being said, there were a FEW things I liked cracks knuckles and begins review Lovely Things The fairytale aspects I really liked the way Jessica Day [...]

    14. Originally reviewed on The Book SmugglersThe twelve princesses of Westfalin are back in Princess of the Silver Woods and out to face the bitter enemies of their childhood once again, once and for all Petunia is the youngest of all twelve princesses, and has always been treated as the little girl, the baby, the child that needs protecting and coddling But Pet is anything but a hapless little girl now sixteen years old, though small in stature, the youngest princess of Westfalin has enough gumptio [...]

    15. This story certainly started off well I was captivated and wanted to know about the spunky heroine and her adventures The cover was eye catching without being cliche and I loved the fantastic flowing red cape There was one aspect that made me grimace love at first sight Ugh.Usually the whole oh I fell in love at first sight thing kinda bothers me What am I doing using that flimsy word kinda when I really mean, totally infuriates And initially I was annoyed because this novel was starting to fol [...]

    16. This seems to happen quite a bit when I read one of Jessica Day George s books At first I get all excited and can t wait for the book to come out Then I get the book and start reading it as soon as possible The beginning is great and I start believing this is going to be her best book yet Then somewhere near the end it gets a little weird I think it may have to do with the magic of the world Sometimes it doesn t make sense, like it wasn t fully fleshed out or something This is the third book in [...]

    17. review retracted because it was 13 year old me screeching A good finale to the series Miles better than the last one, in my opinion.

    18. Excited IT S HERE Now that s what I call quality shipping.It s so pretty And, holla It s longer than the other two Edit 3.5 stars.I liked it a lot Not as much as Princess of the Midnight Ball but so than Princess of Glass.Red Riding Hood, Robin Hood, AND The Twelve Dancing Princesses EEP.Cover They match They match does dance of joy They are so pretty.Story I was slightly confused at times It was choppy and there were too many things being thrown at you at once Characters Petunia I must say I r [...]

    19. I am a little sad that this is the final installment of the Twelve Dancing Princesses series, but that aside I must applaud Jessica Day George for putting forth a wonderful conclusion to her trilogy Princess of the Silver Woods is a delightful read and a shining example of George s ability to reinvent the well known into something enchantingly original Before I get into Oliver and Petunia s tale I want to say how impressed I was with George s treatment of Galen and Rose The first book in a serie [...]

    20. The third book in The Princesses of Westfalin Trilogy by Jessica Day George Princess Petunia is on her way to visit the Grand Duchess Volenskaya when her coach is detained by bandits in wolf masks A series of mishaps has the princess and her coach escaping only to have an accident down the road There she ends up being kidnapped by the bandits and taken to their home Oliver is really an Earl but after the war, his lands were divided and given away He and his family live in a forgotten estate and [...]

    21. The third of the 12 Dancing Princesses stories is a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood and it s just as delightful as the first two books Petunia is the youngest sister and as such has slightly different memories of the King under stone and all that happened to her as a small child When her carriage is stopped by highwaymen dressed as wolves she doesn t hesitate to fight back Quite well Which gifts her with an unusual friendship with a young man When she discovers that someone she is supposed t [...]

    22. Here it is Minor SpoilersMy ReviewWow, what a great story I highly recommend you read Princess of the Midnight Ball before reading this princess story because it s the same family from a different perspective Petunia is the youngest of 12 princesses and this book is her journey She is on the way to visit the Grand Duchess Volenskaya when her royal coach is threatened and almost robbed That s when her adventure starts and she gradually learns that villains are not always evil looking and true her [...]

    23. I love the twelve dancing princesses story It is one of my very favorite fairy tales I have read many different versions, yet I keep coming back to Jessica Day George s retelling She begins with her first in the series, Princess of the Midnight Ball, followed by the second in the series, Princess of Glass Each story gives a unique perspective to the magic and curse surrounding the twelve princesses The third and final book in the series, Princess of the Silver Woods, did not disappoint It incorp [...]

    24. This was a great book with lots of interesting characters and a great plot that pulls you in This was a fairy tale retelling based on a combination of The Twelve Dancing Princesses , Little Red Riding Hood , Robin Hood The main influence came from The Twelve Dancing Princesses with details from Little Red Riding Hood , Robin Hood thrown in along with the authors own original additions to make a very entertaining story This was the third book in it s series however it is not necessary to have rea [...]

    25. I think its funny how I came to read these books I was on one day and had happened to look up a book related to this series and I only glanced at them, Then at the library a few days later I was at a lost for what to read and then I was walking past a shelf and saw this series and remembered them from and I picked them up I checked them out and started reading them I immediately fell in love with them the Characters were Amazing In this book I loved Petunia, She is now my favorite of the girls I [...]

    26. I love how it grabbed my attention right from the start Petunia is the youngest sister and encounters quite an exciting event on her way to visit a friend I love how feisty and able she is in spite of being quite small I did feel that the romance was quite sudden and missed watching it develop It was just suddenly there I love the Little Red Riding feeling to the story as well.Content surprisingly, some language.

    27. p 110 Nope So she wears a red hooded cloak, and for some unknown reason the bandits masks resemble wolves It s possible that I should have read the other two first, but I shouldn t have needed to This is just, ok, one in the series, then I can be done I felt similarly with the Dragon Slippers series I think there s a lot of potential in George s work, and a lot of bits to like, but she never quite pulls it together to come up with anything special.

    28. Princess of the Silver Woods was a good conclusion to this series I liked how everything wrapped up and the story was interesting There were even some moments when I wasn t sure what was going to happen next I m glad I read this series.

    29. Sometimes the wolf is the hero, and it s the grandmother you have to watch out for Princess Petunia, after surviving the King Under Stone and her trip to Russka has been kidnapped, kind of It isn t your typical kidnapping and it leaves her safe and deposited at the Duchess she had been on her way to visit But the duchess may not be safe, and the King Under Stone is up to something One again, Petunia and her sisters must battle the King Under Stone for their freedom.It ad been a while since I rea [...]

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