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A nice story
8 March 2014
This is the fourth in the series.
This is an ok book i think this book was not one of her best books and i got quite board oftenly.
5 March 2014
I really enjoyed these books when I read them, a normal girl finds out that she is a princess and heir to the throne, that is every little girls dream. the forth book and here we see that love really does conquer all
6 March 2013
Mia and Michael are an item but does he love her or just as a friend? Mia is not having a great time in Genovia. She is bored to death with the whole having to meet the olive council and everyone going off about charging for parking or not.
Grandmere tells Mia to read Jane Eyre when Mia confesses in one her moments of weakness that she doesn’t think Michael loves her. When Michael asks Mia to go with him to watch star wars at the screening room shes so happy and thinks everything’s gonna be fine but then as normal Grandmere smashes everything.
She tells Mia that she has to go to the black and White ball and can’t go to watch star wars which would have been Michael and Mia’s first date.
Grandmere disproves of Michael seen as he is not of royal descent and tries to get Mia together with some prince but good for Mia she refuses. After the ball of which she leaves early. She goes to Michael’s house where he has prepared a surprise. He has brought the screening room to them and Mia is once again OVER THE MOON!
15 May 2012
this book is amazing a must read for any girl!
16 January 2012
It’s a long book but interesting. I’ve personally never heared of Genovia. is it even a country?
3 March 2011
wicked! Go Meg Cabot!
30 September 2009
This book is amazing! If you like Georgia Nicholson or Mates, Dates you will love this! Mia is princess of a european country – Genovia. She really hates it. Grandmere is her princess tutor and despises of Mia’s lifelong crush – Michael. Will it all end in tears?
30 August 2009
This book is great I have read the first four princess diaries and have just ordered the fifth one. I would recomend this book to anyone 12 and over.
2 February 2008
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