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What's a Princess to do?It's Mia's senior year, and things "seem" great. She aced her senior project, got accepted to her dream college(s), and has her eighteenth birthday gala coming up . . . not to mention prom, graduation, and Genovia's first-ever elections. What's not to love about her life? Well . . . "everyone" adores her dreamy boyfriend, J.P., but Mia is not sure hWhat's a Princess to do?It's Mia's senior year, and things "seem" great. She aced her senior project, got accepted to her dream college(s), and has her eighteenth birthday gala coming up . . . not to mention prom, graduation, and Genovia's first-ever elections. What's not to love about her life? Well . . . "everyone" adores her dreamy boyfriend, J.P., but Mia is not sure he's "the" one. Her first love, Michael, is back from Japan . . . and back in her life. That senior project? It's a romance novel she secretly wrote, and no one wants to publish it. And her father is losing in the Genovian polls--to Mia's loathsome cousin RenEWith not just Genovia's but her own future hanging in the balance, Mia's got some choices to make. And what she decides might determine not just the next four years but . . . forever...

Title : Forever Princess
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ISBN : 9780061985621
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Number of Pages : 416 Pages
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Forever Princess Reviews

  • Jessica (priceiswong)
    2019-04-06 10:42

    When I sat down on the couch tonight with this book, I was honestly just planning on reading a few pages. . NOT the entire book for sure in one sitting . This is my first time rereading this book, but it had been so long I had forgotten most of it! I was so happy that Micheal was a bigger part since he's one of my favorite characters. It was really odd to start it and have it take place almost two years after the last (since most of them take place almost immediately after the events of the previous book). However it was really nice to see how much more Mia had matured. I loved this ending and I'm SO HAPPY I can finally read. A Royal Wedding!!!! I'm going to bed now but I'll definitely start it tomorrow!

  • April (Aprilius Maximus)
    2019-03-21 04:38

    I CANT EVEN DEAL RIGHT NOW

  • Runa
    2019-03-26 09:39

    SPOILERS BELOWPre-Review Warning: This review is not intended to be any sort of formal review. It is a reflection of my thoughts immediately after reading this book, and therefore, there will be caps-locking and excessive exclamation marks. Adjust your mood accordingly.Oh, I went into reading this with cynicism. Grandmere or Louie were going to die. There was no WAY Mia would come out of this with a boyfriend (I was highly supporting the idea that she'd end up "self-actualized", realizing she didn't need a guy to be awesome). I...did not see this ending well. But, as has happened quite a bit lately, I fell in love. Maybe it's because of personal issues. I'm going through senior year, the same crazy college rush Mia's going through, with some similar personal problems as well. I really don't know. But this book reminded me once and for all why I read YA, and why I am proud to call myself a Princess Diaries fan--why I am proud to scoff at those who laugh and say it's all cliche. Screw them. They don't know a good book, obviously. They don't know a book that relates to the readers, that attracts millions of girls and tells them "hey, go out there and do your OWN thing". They'd rather be reading 'the classics', the ones that will have no immediate impact on their lives. Hm. Sucks to be them. The book started out slow. Mia was with J.P. and the person she had become was not a very great one. Slowly but surely as Michael re-enters the picture, the book picks up the momentum found way back in the very first volume that launched this epic story, and Meg Cabot does not lose momentum. Everything ends...perfectly. It's not a "perfect" happily ever after (J.P. is probably not too happy at that moment), but...well, yeah, it really is. It's the most genuine, realistic happily ever after Meg Cabot could give her characters, and boy did she deliver. Did the woman channel Barack Obama on that last page or what? Give her a hand. Good luck, Mia, we'll see you another day.Rating: I only wish I could go higher than a 5/5.

  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)
    2019-04-12 10:14

    Feeling ALL the feels. All of them. Michael Moscovitz forever and ever.

  • Jennifer
    2019-03-31 10:29

    My review, in numbered format:1. I still don't like Lilly very much.2. Tina and Lana are awesome.3. Mia is an idiot (although a lovable one). 4. Meg Cabot did not need 383 pages to tell this story.5. Grandmere is hilarious.6. Meg Cabot should have resisted the urges to include the pop culture references, for they will be sadly dated very soon.7. The twist with Mia's dad at the end is priceless.8. Michael is awesome, as is his final text message.

  • Ruby
    2019-03-27 07:27

    The last book in the bestselling Princess Diaries series. It was sad to see Mia go, but we had some good times together. I was there when she thought she liked Josh Ritcher... I was there when Grandmere stayed at the loft... and I was there when Michael pledged his undying love to Mia!!( Okay, maybe that was a little egsagerated. But he did write a poem for her to say he loved her!) I'm really going to miss Mia, and it's hard to say farwell. And it's also sad, because no more MICHAEL MOSCOVITZ!!!!!!!!!! I love him, and have always loved him. He is the fictional character that sets my heart on fire, and makes my swoon! Although I said I'm sad to say goodbye, I truly believe Meg Cabot has ended the series with a lovely happily ever after.....

  • Marga
    2019-04-18 10:38

    For the first time in what feels like an incredibly long while, I finished a book in less than a day. I stayed up until past 2 am reading this!And really, Mia does not disappoint with her last. She could frustrate you, but in a way that's kind of amusing... And, I can't explain why, but I found myself crying at some points. Or at least getting teary-eyed. I could relate to some of her experiences.The major reason why I'm giving this book a five is because, in all honesty, it's been a while since I've found myself completely immersed in what I'm reading.

  • Marie
    2019-03-22 06:37

    I've been reading the Princess Diaries series since 2001, when the film was released. The only reason I read them was because I was a royal-watcher, and of course, was thrilled that there was a book series featuring a princess living in modern times. I would have stopped reading the books long ago if it weren't' for my strange desire to see it all the way through, wanting to know how it would end for all the characters.I'm not going to critique the actual writing, because while I like to write and all, I am hardly a literary expert. Instead, I will simply state all the things I disliked about the final volume.The previous installment, Princess Mia, saw some major changes for the main character. She broke up with her boyfriend, started eating meat, actually grew breasts due to the resulting weight gain, became estranged from her best friend, and started being friends with the girl who had tormented her from the very beginning of the series. Character growth is important, but as I started Forever Princess, I noticed how much more shallow she was becoming. First off was the comment about how not wearing trendy clothes indicated that a person didn't care about themselves. On page 39 (hardcover edition), she states the following:"If you let yourself go - not washing your hair, wearing the same clothes you slept in all day or clothes that don't fit or are out of style - that says 'I do not care about myself. And you shouldn't care about me either."I agree with most of that statement except for this crucial part: "or are out of style". So basically a person could wash their hair regularly, wear cleaned, ironed clothes that fit but just happen to be out of style - like acid washed jeans, for example - you shouldn't care about someone? That's an indication that a person doesn't care about themselves? That is a ridiculous notion and is but one example of how this character has changed for the worse. I usually refer to it as 'selling out' because at this point she sounds like a slightly more socially conscious version of Lana, her former nemesis (who hasn't really changed much, other than being friends with Mia).Another thing that bugged me was the treatment of her friends, such as bringing an iPod to Boris's concert. So what if she's heard his repertoire a zillion times - doing something like that is just flat out rude. A real friend wouldn't do that - a real friend would endure it just to provide support on such a crucial night.The whole lying thing is a contrived character flaw that is just really annoying. I guess it's because everything is so obvious to the reader, and you have to just suffer through the book, waiting if she'll ever freaking GET IT - such as 'the other thing', which is basically the fact that she's not sexually attracted to JP. After reading excerpts online back in 2008 I was hoping it would have been something more scandalous than that.Which brings me to the subject of JP. In the previous books - Party Princess, Princess on the Brink and Princess Mia - he seemed like a decent guy who had a crush on Mia, willing to do anything to get with her. Nothing in those books indicated that he was the kind of person to do the things he did in Forever Princess (basing his play on their relationship, and calling the paparazzi on her, among other things), except for the thing at the beginning of Princess Mia. Still, making JP into the villain so she could dump him for Michael was just weak. It would have been more exciting if she simply had to admit that she didn't like him, break it to him, and then decide to sort out her relationship with Michael. Making JP into the villain only offered an easy way out for her.Besides, when all that stuff went down regarding JP's relationship with Lilly, I didn't feel much sympathy for Mia. Here she is, in a relationship with this guy for nearly two years, and she's not only completely not attracted to him, she doesn't even really like him that much. She strings him along for nearly two years because she can't handle being alone. Then, when Michael finally arrives back on the scene, she ends up making out with him during some carriage ride, out in public, while still dating JP. So she's hardly as innocent as she - or rather Meg - would like us to believe. Furthermore, she never tells JP that she never really loved him in the first place. If she was so hell-bent on punishing him for what he did to Lilly, she should have told him that she was never in love with him to begin with.As for her getting back with Michael....this is probably going to get me a lot of flames and such, but I just thought it was pathetic how she immediately jumped into bed with him 1. after he had only been in town for less than a month, and 2. had broken up with her boyfriend of nearly two years just hours before she left the prom for Michael's loft.So at the end of this series, the socially-conscious misfit we knew and loved has become a shallow A-crowder who can't live without a guy in her life. The 14 year old Mia would have seen the 18 year old (is that how old she is?) Mia as yet another Lana wannabe. I am glad that she and Lilly make up at the end (the reason for Lilly being so upset was a complete letdown and after all that build up on the forums and all - it was so obvious that she was upset over Mia getting with JP).Oh, and as a royal-watcher, the whole Genovian election thing was completely absurd. The monarch of any constitutional monarchy would not run for office...yeah, they'd be ceremonial figureheads, but they wouldn't need to be elected (obviously) and would only have limited powers. It might be unfair that a monarch can't be prime minister for example, but they're supposed to be non-partisan leaders of their countries, representing everyone without the political baggage that comes with an elected head of state. I dunno, maybe that's too complicated for teenagers or something, although I would think that it isn't.I was so very disappointed in this last book because I absolutely loved the first three. I loved the whole premise of an ordinary girl becoming a princess. Well, I am glad that she at least realized her dream - to be a published writer before she turned 18 or 25 (I can't remember which, but in this book she mentioned 18 and in a previous one she mentioned wanting to write a book before she was 25 or something).

  • Rosamund
    2019-04-06 07:42

    During the release of almost every book in the series, I've been the same age as Mia, so I could almost always relate to what was going on. But this book in particular made me feel like I failed as a 17/18 year old. Looks like the whole "royal heir to the throne of Genovia" thing got to Mia's head - she might as well be Lana Weinberger. Could be that I am too old to read these now... but no longer is she the lovable nerd that drew me into the first 6 or so books. This series amused me during my dark days of high school, but I felt as if now it turned around and stabbed me in the back. (I realise that obviously this isn't going to apply to everyone - but this is my un-impartial review, not yours.) At times, this book was as antagonising to read as Twilight. She's not 13 anymore, she shouldn't be worrying about petty little things, or acting as if she is the saviour of the environment and animals just because she is a princess, when in fact she's as careless as every other person. It annoyed me so much. I am glad this is the final book.SPOILERAm I the only one who found that Mia's sleeping with Michael had more to do with the fact she kept whining about being the last virgin in her class, than that she still loved him and he happened to be around? Maybe I'm just bitter because the whole thing reopened wounds for me, but... I just hated this ending.To conclude, I want to erase this book from my mental repertoire as soon as I can.

  • Shannon (leaninglights)
    2019-03-29 10:43

    And Mia's journey through high school is complete. I really liked how this one turned out. I was happy to see Mia's growth and, as she likes to say, self-actualization! Lol

  • Namratha
    2019-03-24 06:17

    “No one has ever died of embarrassment – never, not once in the whole history of time.Of which I am living proof, having a grandmother like mine” Mia Thermapolis And that pretty much sums up Meg Cabot’s last and final instalment in the hugely popular Princess Diaries series. PROS: Mia or should we say Princess Amelia Mignonette Grimaldi Thermopolis Renaldo is at the tail-end of her senior year. She has mastered the reluctant art of being a princess of a small European Principality, Genovia. She also has an assorted clique of well-meaning(although delusional) friends. And…she has the perfect boyfriend, JP.CONS: So along the way, she broke up with the love of her life Michael Moscovitz (who went off to design a surgical arm in Japan), parted ways with her best friend Lily Moscovitz and ended up in therapy. And oh…let’s not forget the Princess Lessons, from her singularly freaky grandmother, Dowager Princess Clarisse!! BIG SWEATY-PALM INDUCING CONS: She hasn’t yet chosen her college, despite having received acceptance letters from each and every one of them. (which she suspects has something to do with her being a princess). The book she has been secretly writing for the past two years gets rejected with alarming regularity by most of the publishers. Her father is running for Prime Minister of Genovia and according to the current polls.... he is far, far behind. Add to that the little fact, that Michael is back…his CardioArm has been a huge success and he’s looking better than ever(or as Tina would put it: he got hit with a stick of pure awesomeness!). So what does Mia do? She freaks out, hyperventilates and writes. She writes in the weirdest places and at the most inopportune moments. She pours out her insecurities, her doubts and her guilty secrets. While this sounds quite alarming and tedious, it actually isn’t. Meg Cabot’s quirky sense of humour guides Mia through her angst. Questions are answered, mysteries unravelled and Mia slowly but surely grows up. A must for all Cabot (and Mia ) fans…this is the perfect ending to a great storyline.

  • Muse-ic ♬
    2019-04-17 08:33

    4.5 This book is totally my favorite of the series so far. It invoked fangirling squeals! But they were the kind of squeals that make your chest constrict because you can't express them out loud because then your family will look at you like WTF?? Quick call the mental hospital!!Fabulous!So it's two years late and Mia is so mature now! The difference is amazing! I don't even have anything to complain about really.Michael successfully made his CardioArm and became a millionaire....and he still loves Mia!!! YES!But stupid selfish unsupportive JP is in the way.Still loving Lana! She's totally awesome. I really never thought I'd say that!I like how Mia is actually standing up to her Grandmother now. So many good things are happening!Mia writes a romance novel. JP the jerk was not supportive.And he wrote that oh-so-original play about a kid named "JR" (wow that's so creative) who falls in love with a princess who went to his school (wow that's so creative!) whose name is Rhea and she invites him to sit at her lunch table with her friends (OMFG that's so creative!!). And he had been lying to her and planning to sleep with her on prom night months in advance. He also wanted a movie deal for his stupid play and his suggestion for a book company to publish her book, even though they've never read it! Gah! Their breakup was way too nice. I don't care if Mia is a princess, he deserved wayyyy worse for the way he acted. Lilly is nice again! Hopefully that doesn't change.Tina is still awesome!Daddy Renaldo wins the election. Yay :DI'm sooooooo excited to read the next one!

  • The Library Lady
    2019-04-04 04:27

    SPOILER ALERT:THERE ARE SPOILERS GALORE AHEAD:(But if you don't want to know about the book, why are you reading reviews of it on Good Reads anyway?)1)Mia graduates high school--finally after 10 books (!)2)Michael comes back and Mia and he get back together3)Mia finally sleeps with him--but Meg Cabot is crafty enough to disguise the scene as a page from the bodice ripper that Mia writes.And of course, it's superfantabulous, the best sex ever. Yeah, right...4)The bodice ripper is (really) actually worse than "Twilight", but a publisher still decides that it is a great book and publishes it even BEFORE they find out that Princess Mia wrote it, NOT "Daphne Delacroix"5)If you really want to read the whole thing, Meg Cabot has actually had the chutzpah to let her publisher rake in some more money by publishing "Mia's" book on its own.6)Meg Cabot is the money whore of authors. Is she getting kickbacks for all the product placements for high priced bling in these books? Is she planning on revamping the product and celebrity names in 10 years time when these books have become as dated as "Sweet Valley High"? and raking in MORE money?7)Does Donald Trump really relate higher on the celebrity scale than Princes William and Harry? Didn't Cabot THINK before she wrote out her guest list of celebs for Mia's party.And LAST:8)Would Barack and Michele Obama be caught dead at such a party? And if so, wouldn't Mia be a little more interested in them than in Angelina Jolie?Utterly predictable. But after 9 other books, what do you expect?

  • Lisbeth Checo
    2019-04-09 08:21

    In this books all the secrets come out. When i picked up this book i couldnt put it down. i was happy about the fact that mia ended up with michael instead of J.P I also liked the fact that Lilly and Mia forgave eachother and are best friends again

  • Jennifer Wardrip
    2019-04-02 06:25

    Reviewed by Sarah Bean the Green Bean Teen Queen for TeensReadToo.comPrincess Mia is back in the final installment in the PRINCESS DIARIES series. Mia is ending her senior year and life couldn't be more stressful! Where will Mia go to college? Is her boyfriend, J.P., the one? Will Michael ever return from Japan? And will Mia survive turning eighteen? What's a princess to do? I have enjoyed the PRINCESS DIARIES series ever since I read the first book and always enjoy escaping into Mia's world. I think what I love most about the series is that Mia's voice is always fresh and funny and makes me giggle with girly happiness. Even though Mia is a princess, she's still a teenager and a geek at heart (which this fellow geek at heart loves). Author Meg Cabot is the queen of teen chick lit and she always captures the perfect voice of teens in her novels. Mia is relatable to teens, but also to older readers looking back on their own teen years. Coming in at 400 pages, FOREVER PRINCESS is the longest of the PRINCESS DIARIES books and fans are in for a treat. FOREVER PRINCESS is wonderfully funny and charming. Mia has come a long way from her freshman year, and readers who have been following the series will see that Mia, as well as the rest of her friends, have grown up along the way. But just because Mia and the gang are seniors doesn't mean their crazy adventures are far from over, and Mia again finds herself in over her head. Meg Cabot delivers a winner that I'm sure fans old and new will fall in love with. I have to admit that as much as I enjoyed this book, I was sad when I finished and I really hope that Meg Cabot will write about Mia's adventures after high school in the future. I'll always be happy to read more about Princess Mia.

  • Emma
    2019-04-03 12:29

    This book was much, much better than the last one. And I say that when I was rooting for JP in the beginning. I totally thought her and Michael were over, but I was wrong. She finally became friends with Lilly again (I cannot believe they lasted two years without being friends!), and I loved Kenny wanting to be called Kenneth, and then how at the Prom, Lilly just called him Kenny. JP was a huge jerk, which really surprised me, I thought he was a good guy. But apparently not. That moment in the coffee shop with Michael (the interview for the Atom) was so adorable! The end as so amazing, even if it surprised me!

  • Melissa **Just Really Loves Musicals**
    2019-04-21 11:40

    *4.5 stars*This was definitely the best book in the series. I LOVED it. The first 9 books were rated 3-4 stars, I enjoyed them but they were never my favourite. In this one, everyone was so much more mature, the pacing was so fast and flowed so well. I loved the sexual tension between Mia and Michael when he came back. It was just perfect. I cannot wait to read Royal Wedding now.

  • Tatiana
    2019-04-03 05:38

    Some can complain that this last installment was predicable, but I say: so what? It ended they way it was supposed to end and I am happy about it. I enjoyed the book very much, the ending was true to previous books in the series and extremely satisfying (unlike another YA series: Breaking Dawn anyone?).

  • Caitie
    2019-04-18 07:29

    Ugh. And there is really no defense for this series' continued existence through ten indistinguishable books.

  • Nasty Lady MJ
    2019-03-23 05:34

    To see full binge review click here.If I was to give my initial rating after reading this one it would be A++++++, however, once I sit on this book I feel a little differently. There are some definite structural issues with Forever Princess and I really think the series would’ve been better with an additional book or taking one of those sophomore slump books out and making a book that took place in late junior early senior year.It’s just really hard for me to buy Jia as an established couple when they haven’t even had a whole book together, versus five or six books where Michael and Mia were exchanging saliva.It’s just really puts the odds in favor of M&M which sort of makes watching the love triangle plot a bit trite.And yeah, I love M&M but them getting back together is predictable.Oh, I enjoyed it. But I remember at the time just sort of eye rolling because predictable.You’ll still swoon though, predictability aside. And there were so many nice things about this book that it makes the problems a lot easier to deal with.I’m still not over Lana Weinberger being Mia’s b.f.f. even though I did like some of her remarks.It’s Lana Weinberger.I hold grudges a lot longer than Mia does.I think it’s one of the reasons I went law school. Lawyers have to hold grudges for a long, long, time. Cases last for years. And you have to find something to bill your clients over…which is probably why Lana and I never quite gel.Luckily for her, Mia is not a lawyer.Lilly should think about being a lawyer though, come to think of it. But even she’s somewhat of a human in this one. At least there’s some logic behind her a-holeness in the last book. Though, I really wish someone would’ve decked her for that site. Or maybe Mia could’ve written a Lifetime movie about it. Bullied Princess I could totally see them making a movie of that. But alas, her misdeeds are mainly swept under the carpet (though apparently Michael dealt with her-good).As for Michael, he seems to have only gotten only hotter in this book. Cabot compares him to Christian Bale’s Batman at one point. From a nostalgia perspective, this is particularly hilarious considering Anne Hathaway played Mia Thermopolis and then went on to play Selina Kyle who was Bale’s love interest in the last Batman movie.Ha! M&M meets BatCat. Two of my all time favorite ships.So in a weird way M&M is BatCat even though the ships are waaay different (though it totally gives someone an excuse to put together a fandom M&M video using Hathaway and Bale clips, just saying).

  • Sara Saif
    2019-03-27 11:40

    The series finally shed the juvenile, silly and middle-grade-ish feel it had with the previous books. This was a book about adults and the overall vibe I got from it was a “mature” one. It takes place quite a while after the previous book, Mia is almost 18 and it has been two years since Michael moved to Japan and Lily had a falling out with Mia. It was weird, somewhat sad and surprisingly pleasant reading about everybody’s being moved on and in different places they were before.Mia’s problems were real this time (not considering the fact that most of them were her own doing) and whenever she expressed the hopelessness of her situations it seemed far less like whining and more like an adult’s struggle to cope with things. There still were a few parts of her personality that remained the same albeit a little tamed, such as her worrying nature and her overactive imagination. Nevertheless, she was grown up and I felt it.Things took such an interesting turn that I started experiencing a little bit of the dread that settles in your stomach when you are reading something good and you want to read it but are afraid of what might happen next.The relationships and characters evolved the most. Tina Hakim Baba went from being the freak with the bodyguard to Mia’s best friend, Lana Weinberger became one of Mia’s closest friends, Michael and Mia’s love for one another survived the test of time and distance. What I didn’t like was the fact that J.P was revealed to be this completely selfish jerk-ass. It was thoroughly unconvincing and a really cheap way to reunite Mia and Michael. The-Guy-Who-Hates-It-When-They-Put-Corn-In-The-Chili was a really sweet person and things should have been done differently where he was concerned.There were a few excerpts from Mia’s novel Ransom My Heart in between chapters. I am not entirely certain how I feel about those. Sure I was intrigued to know what exactly she had written but once I had read two or three of those I thought they were kind of useless and redundant.Anyway, this was great. My two weeks sweating over this series paid off.

  • Kit
    2019-04-19 09:13

    OK, this is a bit like one of those Oscars that a veteran actor gets for a movie that they actually had a small part in, because the committee is really giving it for their whole body of work. I did really like this book, but it's not my favorite. It's clear that Cabot is winding up all her plot threads, which leaves less time for some of the laugh-out-loud funny moments or over the top Grandmere schemes that are so great in the other books in the series.And she doesn't exactly wind up *all* the plot threads. When writing teachers admonish people to "show, not tell," I believe they do it for exactly such moments in literature as the one where I found out that Grandmere has been in group therapy with Mia and the cowboy psychiatrist, and we don't get to see any of it. HOW CAN THIS NOT BE IN THE BOOK? HOW?On the other hand, I think it was a wise decision to skip ahead to the end of Mia's senior year for this book. And one of the things that Cabot has done best in this series is show believable changes in a group of kids growing to adulthood. I was particularly impressed with the realistic way she handled the issue of sexual activity and choices. None of the kids have all the answers, some of them have fewer than others, but Cabot has captured the struggle and the need for kids who have been friends to stay friends with each other when some of them are maturing faster than others - or going in different directions with their lives.A good end to a great series. I really wish I could look forward to books about Mia's college years!

  • Sarah Actually
    2019-03-27 08:13

    Mia is ridiculously obtuse but I forgive her. Michael Moscovitz has been beyond dreamy to me since I was like 13 so this was some major wish fulfillment. (Not as much as Royal Wedding is going to be, though.)

  • Sierra the Nerdgirl
    2019-03-27 10:19

    I will never get over how amazing and influential this series is.

  • Kelly
    2019-03-28 05:13

    Thank god it's finally OVER. Now I can relieve myself of this infernal teenage book series.

  • Kaethe
    2019-03-27 05:34

    April 21, 2009With a sick kid at home, I needed a break from the brooding atmosphere of Drood. The tenth and presumably final volume in the Princess Diaries series fit the bill.Meg Cabot is brilliant. I really admire the way she has brought her young and immature character to adulthood. Mia really is growing up, and unlike the Disney version, Mia is still a strong feminist, a sexual being, and a romance writer, and it all works so well.Good ending to a strong series. Mia grows up nicely.Library copy

  • Danielle
    2019-04-20 11:22

    This is the last book in this series. I have all of them and have enjoyed them all very much. I will admit I'll kinda miss reading the further adventures of Princess Mia, but all good things have to come to an end eventually. I have other books that Meg Cabot has written and I do like them a lot, so I'll probably continue to buy them.

  • Katie
    2019-03-30 11:18

    Huh. Why don't I have a review of this one when I have one of book 9? Well, anyway, I still like this a lot. EVERYONE IS SO GROWN UP.And I've come around to being pretty excited for the new one, but this was a really good ending. Or anyway, a good wrap up of the high school years.STAYING UP ALL NIGHT TO READ ROYAL WEDDING. Or until I get tired anyway.

  • Nikita the bookworm
    2019-03-26 08:33

    A satisfying ending to a wonderful series! Can't wait to read Royal Wedding!

  • ellemaddy
    2019-04-20 11:25

    Meg Cabot has my life in her hands and she can do whatever she pleases with it as long as she keeps writing about Mia & Michael Moscovitz The Certified Nerd.