Fairest by Gail Carson Levine

FairestThis story is a very loose take on the Snow White fable, where Aza’s desirable trait isn’t beauty, but her singing voice. Aza becomes the Queen’s lady-in-waiting, and when the King is injured, the kingdom is soon threatened to fall apart under the young Queen’s hunger for power, dragging Aza along with her.

Read a review of Gail Carson Levine’s The Two Princesses of Bamarre.

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Review Submitted by: Dorothy Anderson
Rating: Recommended
Challenge: A book you can finish in a day

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