Book Review: The False Princess by Ellis O’Neal

The False PrincessBook Review: The False Princess by Ellis O’Neal

Nalia lived the first part of her life thinking she was the princess, only to discover that she was simply impersonating the princess because a prophecy predicted that someone would try to kill the princess. Forced into a new unexpected life, Nalia; now Sinda, discovers that even more secrets await.

Loved this book! Reminded me of The False Prince in some ways, but creative in its own right. Some beautiful relationships and a creative story that got richer as it progressed. Hard to say too much without giving away spoilers.

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AUGH I had several of these, but the audiobook wouldn’t let me go back to them easily, so you get only one…sorry.

“I would stay in Treb. I would try to make a life here, after all, what was the use of running away when what I really wanted to run away from was myself?”

Recommended Grades: 7 and up
Genre: Fantasy/Action Adventure
Overall Opinion:  Highly Recommended
Source: Audiobook

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