The School for Good and Evil: A World Without Princes (Book 2) By: Soman Chainani

In A World Without Princes, Sophie and Agatha are together again, back in their town, except that Agatha is having second thoughts about their Ever After happy ending. (Miss review of the first book? Check it out here.) **This review may include spoilers for first book. **

Now in book two, Agatha is starting to want Tedros, her prince, instead of Sophie. But, when she wishes for him, everything changes. Agatha and Sophie end up back at the School for Good and Evil. But it isn’t the School for Good and Evil anymore; it’s the School for Girls and the School for Boys. When Sophie and Agatha sealed their happy ending without Tedros, all the girls decided they didn’t need princes anymore. So now Agatha has to choose. Will she steal back the Storian (the writer of fairy tales) and wish for Sophie, so they can go back home together, or will she kiss Tedros and seal their happy ending together?

If you like twisted fairy tales and/or fantasy, you’ll definitely like this book! I always enjoy these, with familiar characters, but unfamiliar stories. Also, if you think this books sounds good, make sure you read my review of the first book, The School for Good and Evil. You may also like Half Upon a Time, so make sure to check out my review!

There are six books in the School for Good and Evil series. I have only read the first two, but I hope to read them all!

I recommend this book for sixth graders through ninth graders, but anyone older might enjoy it, too.

I give this book four and a half out of five bookworms.

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