By Jodi Picoult, Samantha van Leer

ISBN-10: 1451635826

ISBN-13: 9781451635829

This can be diverse then the opposite ePub retail variation published right here simply because this one has complete colour, photos (color and B&W), and embedded fonts. It's been given a royal treatment.

First Simon Pulse/Emily Bestler Books/Atria Books hardcover variation June 2012
Copyright © 2012 through Jodi Picoult and Samantha van Leer
Full-color inside illustrations copyright © 2012 by means of Yvonne Gilbert
Black-and-white inside illustrations copyright © 2012 by way of Scott M. Fischer

The no 1 long island instances bestseller choked with romance, experience, and humor, from Jodi Picoult and her teenage daughter.

What occurs while fortunately ever after…isn’t?

Delilah is somewhat a loner who prefers spending her time within the university library together with her head in a book—one publication specifically. among the traces could be a fairy story, however it feels actual. Prince Oliver is courageous, adventurous, and loving. He rather speaks to Delilah.

And then sooner or later Oliver really speaks to her. seems, Oliver is greater than a one-dimensional storybook prince. He’s a stressed teenager who feels trapped by way of his literary life and hates that his whole existence is predetermined. He’s certain there’s extra for him available in the market within the genuine international, and Delilah may simply be his key to freedom.

Delilah and Oliver interact to aim to get Oliver out of his ebook, a demanding activity that forces them to envision their perceptions of destiny, the area, and their areas in it. And as their charm to one another grows alongside the best way, a romance blossoms that's something yet a fairy story.

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Sally’s presence seemed to disconcert Fenella. Her thin arms whirled. She leaned out sideways. Next second she was hanging upside down, with her knees hooked over the beam. Her face looked exasperated. “You look like a monkey,” remarked Imogen. “The evil spirit knocked me off,” Fenella said crossly, upside down. “Throw me up a skipping rope. ” “Get one for yourself,” said Cart. She was climbing into bed, and, to Sally’s astonishment, it was the one bed which was neatly made. So that meant that one of the two remaining unmade beds must be Sally’s.

Screamed Cart, bouncing from her bed. ” whirled out from her beam and landed with a jangle on the bed Cart had just left. It was a miracle that she hit the bed and did not collide with Cart on the way. But, Sally recalled shakenly, Fenella always did jump to Cart’s bed. Sometimes she hit Cart, sometimes not, but she never hurt herself, and she always looked as if she was going to miss the bed entirely. And Sally always protested. Fenella! You could kill yourself! she was saying, when Cart arrived on the Rude Rug, too, and shoved her aside.

I don’t think this was Sally,” said Julian. “Not for one moment. Come on, Cart. You go and phone. ” Fenella called after Julian as he and Cart hurried to the door. ” What do you think I was, then? Sally yelled after him. Six Julian and Cart were gone a long time. For the first ten minutes everyone sat quiet and tense. For the second ten minutes everyone fidgeted. Howard built a pile of Scrabble letters, and Imogen made a swift, bold drawing of him doing it. It was quite like him, Sally thought, watching over Imogen’s shoulder.

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