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The School for Good and Evil

by Soman Chainani (YT CHAINANI, S.)
  • Four stars
    Put this on your must read list!
    This book is very interesting to read and keeps you questioning who people truly are on the inside. It keeps you thinking and noticing the tiny details the author left throughout the book, like bread crumbs that will lead you to the real truth behind the characters in this fantasy story. It is brilliantly written and keeps the you hanging on to every last word, and when you finally finish it... you will be wanting more. I recommend for teens to read this book! Also suggested: York by Laura Ruby
    Caitlin H. Grade 7
    08/17/2019
  • Five stars
    Read this book right now & tell all your friends!
    This is one of the greatest books in the world. I loved it. Two best friends are kidnapped to The School For Good And Evil. They think that they are in the wrong fairy tale, but they got it all mixed up. The two friends are about to write the most dramatic and important fairytale. This book has action, adventure, comedy, and a lot of magic. Although you might not be a fairytale fan, this book will make you read the whole series. The girls adventure is not over yet. This whole adventure continues with the series, meeting friends and enemies. Also suggested: Fablehaven
    Keerti Chouhan Grade 6
    07/08/2019
  • Five stars
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    I loved how when you thought that one The End would happen, it changed to another. Soman Chainani's book was about Sophie and Agatha, two girls who grew up in a town called Gavaldon. One was like a princess, the other like a witch. But that was only their looks. It was their personalities that mattered when it came to placing in The School For Good And Evil. Also suggested: The School For Good And Evil: A World Without Princes
    Lucas B. Grade 8
    06/13/2018
  • Five stars
    Read this book right now & tell all your friends!
    This book is a mix of romance, adventure, and mystery told by two different friends' opinions. The book is about two girls named Sophie and Agatha. Sophie is a total princess and she has waited all of her life for the school master to capture her and bring her to the school of good and then she can find her happy ending. Agatha is a dark gloomy girl who lives in a graveyard and would be a perfect fit for the school of evil, so the school master takes them both, except they were dropped at the wrong schools. They are assured it is not a mix up. Will Sophie and Agatha ever get home? What will happen to them as they make a fairy tale of their own?
    Natalie F. 12
    06/20/2016