Princess

Princess

Melaina Faranda / Apr 09, 2020

Princess Ella sees herself as ugly and overweight because that is what her shallow step sisters tell her she is She spends and time in front of the sinister mirror her step mother gave her its dard image giv

  • Title: Princess
  • Author: Melaina Faranda
  • ISBN: 9781740519854
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ella sees herself as ugly and overweight, because that is what her shallow step sisters tell her she is She spends and time in front of the sinister mirror her step mother gave her, its dard image giving her a distorted image of herself Cruel teasing by a young guy triggers Ella into episodes of overeating and bulimia, adn she becomes dangerously thin Can EllaElla sees herself as ugly and overweight, because that is what her shallow step sisters tell her she is She spends and time in front of the sinister mirror her step mother gave her, its dard image giving her a distorted image of herself Cruel teasing by a young guy triggers Ella into episodes of overeating and bulimia, adn she becomes dangerously thin Can Ella s friends in the Circle find a way to help Or has Ella become so obsessed with her mirror world that she can no loner distinguish her true self from a false refelction PRINCESS is a multi layered retelling of the classic Cinderella tale of transformation, exploring issues of adolescent self image, the beauty myth and the power of friendship.

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      • Melaina Faranda

        Years ago, Melaina Faranda washed up on Thursday Island penniless and soaking, with a single change of clothes, only to be loaned an entire new wardrobe and given three jobs on the first day, including working at the local bakery Someone gave her a house to live in, people took her out fishing and told stories, and a wonderful old islander gave her the same precious gift Edie receives before returning to Cairns Melaina has since traveled across Australia and around the world, with many elements of these journeys finding their way into her novels, including The Circle series and Big Sky, but she has yet to discover a place where there is generosity and open heartedness than that shown by the Thursday Islanders.


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    1. prinses het derde deel in de serie de cirkel. prinses gaat over het meisje Ella die samen met 9 andere meiden deel uit maakt van de cirkel, maar Ella loopt met een geheim ze ziet zichzelf als een moddervet persoon. Ella heeft alles al geprobeerd om af te vallen totdat ze op een dag merkt wat een opluchting het is om haar voedsel weer uit te braken. Ella valt giga af en opeens ziet de populaire jongen zach haar staan. haar thuis situatie is erg stressvol met 2 stiefzusjes en een stiefmoeder die h [...]


    2. Modern day story that follows a Cinderella theme (with an evil magic mirror too!). On its own, a fairly good read. The only real downfall was the fact that if you haven't read the others in the series (as I hadn't and this is book 3) some parts come across as redundant and silly. For instance we're suddenly told out of nowhere about some guy who hasn't been mentioned before being in a car crash, and this is a Big Thing. Apparently it's the storyline for another of the books but if you haven't re [...]


    3. Hoewel ik het vaak vervelend vind als auteurs een stukje in het boek zetten over de realiteit van hetgeen waar ze over geschreven hebben, vind ik het stuk over boulimia nervosa achter in dit boek wel nodig en nuttig. In het boek wordt het al aardig beschreven, maar deze extra informatie is toch nodig. Je kunt niet alles verwerken in een roman en websites opnoemen in een verhaal zorgt niet voor een lekker lopend verhaal.


    4. I read this book when I was growing up and loved it. I gave it away a few years ago to a girl I was tutoring at the time and regretted it so when I found a copy at a sale yesterday, I snapped it up. It's actually much darker and sadder than I remember from growing up. I loved this series when I was in my early teens, I would have loved to read books about all the girls in The Circle.


    5. This book was really good. It was surprisingly detailed and when Melaina described the girls bulimic episodes I felt a bit queasy. I also think that this book is great for teens as it tackles issues regarding relationships, peer pressure, body image and eating disorders.


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