Princess AcademyBook - 2005 | 1st U.S. ed
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-the palace of stone-
book the 2nd
miri goes down to the lowlands and finds herself in the middle of a revolution ,katar (not able to do so herself) asks miri to find out what the revolution is about. As asked miri befriends commoners to find what everything is about and to make sure that mt. eskel is on "the wining side" also miri goes to a school called the queen's castle and there meets a boy that puts her relationship with peter in doubt seeing as he hasn't asked her to be his betrothed and seems distant ,perhaps too busy and tired around her. soon the climax occurs and mixed up in fliped who will miri end up with and will brita get her happy ending?
Miri lives on a mountain where, for generations, her ancestors have quarried stone and lived a simple life. Then word comes that the king's priests have divined her small village the home of the future princess. In a year's time, the prince himself will come and choose his bride from among the girls of the village. The king's ministers set up an academy on the mountain, and every teenage girl must attend and learn how to become a princess.
Miri soon finds herself confronted with a harsh academy mistress, bitter competition among the girls, and her own conflicting desires to be chosen and win the heart of her childhood best friend. But when bandits seek out the academy to kidnap the future princess, Miri must rally the girls together and use a power unique to the mountain dwellers to save herself and her classmates.
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There you go...let it all slide out. Unhappiness can't stick in a person's soul when it's slick with tears.
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