- Paperback: 672 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers (20 July 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0007502869
- ISBN-13: 978-0007502868
- Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 4.2 x 19.8 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 440 g
- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 52,498 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Praise for THE SCHOOL FOR GOOD AND EVIL:
“a fairy tale like no other, complete with romance, magic, and humour… that will keep you turning pages until the end.” Newbury Award-winning author Ann M. Martin
“Twill enchant young girls and boys alike with its twisted take on the classic fairytales.” – The Bookbag
“dark, funny and entertaining” – Teenlibrarian.co.uk
“Amazing!!! Brilliant!!! PERFECTO!!! Mindblowing!!! Love it. Absolutely LOVE it.” Ava
“This book is amazing!! It really kept me up all night and I could not wait to finish it! GO AND READ IT. SERIOUSLY. GO, GO, GO!” Anna, Goodreads
About the Author
Soman Chainani belives in fairy tales even more than the children of Gavaldon do. While studying at Harvard, he practically created his own 'fairy tale' major and wrote his thesis on why evil women make such irresistible fairy-tale villains.
Soman is also an acclaimed screenwriter, whose films have played at more than 150 film festivals around the world, winning more than 30 jury and audience prizes.
When he's not telling stories or teaching in New York City, Soman is a die-hard tennis player who never lost a first-round match for ten years. Then he started writing The School for Good and Evil. Now he loses all the time.
You can visit Soman online at www.somanchainani.net
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Ah, The Last Ever After, what a beast of a book - almost 700 pages!!! That being said, I found it really easy to read, and I accidentally read two-thirds of this book in one sitting. A really good conclusion that flowed with the overall character arcs across the trilogy.
Agatha was awesome as always, Sophie was a super pain, Tedros was a lovably idiot (especially at the start) before he found his way back to dashing hero figure, and there was Merlin. Book + Merlin always equals awesome in my mind. The focus for this book was mainly the leads, rather than the secondary characters, but Hester, Anadil, Dot and co. did appear.
I found the plot fun, though I felt the characters seemed to have taken a huge leap backwards, before they went forward again ( I don't want to spoil the plot, but Tedros and Agatha fighting ALL the time seemed extreme, and then when Sophie tries to break them up AGAIN because she thinks Tedros is her true love I almost screamed). The very end was good, and I can see why more books are going to be in the series, though this first arc is definitely over.
So, because of the slight alteration in characters at the start, repetition of Sophie 'loving' Tedros (again, yeah, I sighed too) and the sudden reason for Sophie at the end (which seemed too spur of the moment in my view - she has just spent 600+ pages saying she wanted love through the School Master, then what happened...??????? Left me a little confused) dropped the rating from 5 stars by .5, but otherwise, it was a fun finale.
The School for Good and Evil series is just a great read and reinterpretation of fairytales, with lots of romance, action, humour and drama!