Between 2−3 stars rating, 02 November 2017
A somewhat nice continuation
By: Kenny Marpow
Despite the previous' quite satisfying and conclusive ending. the story continues in the second book, A World Without Princes. This may feel forced at first, but it will make sense. Agatha and Sophie's tale is not over.
Regretfully, the first half of this book is quite forgettable. Most of the time it's just about this person go here, that person go there, this person do this, do that, don't do this and that, etc. It doesn't get remotely interesting until after the second half.
In the second half of story the plot twists quite well that it provides some level of suspense to the reader. The interaction between characters and how they perceive... See More
themselves and others are also explained well, making these fairy tale characters relatable to the reader.
The story also sets a darker tone to the tale of Agatha and Sophie as they face new horrors. Apart from that, not much can be said about this book