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Alyce: An Alternate Version of the Prince's Ball

Alyce An Alternate Version of the Prince s Ball Alyce has never dreamed of visiting the king To a member of a minority group that opposes his rule his brooding glum palace is associated only with imprisonment and death Though it s been a long tim

  • Title: Alyce: An Alternate Version of the Prince's Ball
  • Author: Sarah Scheele
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 203
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Alyce has never dreamed of visiting the king To a member of a minority group that opposes his rule, his brooding, glum palace is associated only with imprisonment and death Though it s been a long time since any Sherban was arrested, Alyce feels little in common with her ruler and is quite content to stay unnoticed.Until a mandatory summons to the King s court dance leavAlyce has never dreamed of visiting the king To a member of a minority group that opposes his rule, his brooding, glum palace is associated only with imprisonment and death Though it s been a long time since any Sherban was arrested, Alyce feels little in common with her ruler and is quite content to stay unnoticed.Until a mandatory summons to the King s court dance leaves her no choice An older, alternate version of The Prince s Ball Shorter and with a different ending.

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    1 thought on “Alyce: An Alternate Version of the Prince's Ball

    1. This is a version of Cinderella, and a very creative one. You probably haven't seen another fairy tale retelling quite like it. I tend to enjoy anything fairy tale themed, but even if you don't, you might like this retelling--it's not your every day Cinderella story. What I Liked About It: Alyce is like any girl. Pretty much any average girl you know can relate to her. She's smart and hard working and has a sense of humor, but don't get the wrong idea--she isn't smug and perfect. She's ordinary. [...]

    2. This is one of the funniest books I've ever read. But not only did it make me laugh, it transported me to a very interesting and picturesque group of fictional countries that I wish I could visit for real! Alyce is an appealing heroine because she is so wry and down-to-earth; I felt secure and grounded following her as she encounters so many rather amusing people. I loved the twists on Cinderella. The details and customs of this world seem real; it's European, yet unique. Munseldorp and Medvale [...]

    3. A rolick of a Cinderella retelling that had me laughing hysterically but was also rather epic and beautiful. Such fun! So funny, so mysterious, full of witty writing… and the characters were just absolute delights. I loved it so much! <3 Definitely give this brilliant tale of Ms. Scheele a try -- you will not be disappointed!

    4. Before you gasp over the low (2.5 star) rating, do take time to understand that I didn't hate Alyce by Sarah Scheele, or anything as drastic as that. It simply wasn't my style. I've seen some brilliant, five-star reviews for this book by friends, so I've come to the conclusion that Alyce just isn't my type of novel. A subtle retelling of the fairytale, Cinderella, this tale introduces us to Alyce and tells some about her world where her people are snubbed by the king and his line, and thus, ever [...]

    5. Age Appropriate For: All AgesBest for Ages: 12 and upThere are some stories that just never get old, no many how many times and ways they are retold. I think Cinderella is one of those stories. I grabbed this retelling, Alyce, when I could.I’ll start off by saying there was one thing I didn’t like about this story, I couldn’t tell where in time I was. Sometimes it felt like the Middle Ages, other times the Victorian Era, and still others the speech felt modern. This issue was big enough to [...]

    6. This is an extraordinary version of Cinderella. The heroine Alyce belongs to a minority, surpressed by an evil king. Nevertheless, one day she gets an unexpected invitation to the court ball, where she discovers something unexpectedly. Even more, the king invites her to the first dance, but what follows it anything else than a compliment. Now the story in between develops to an thrilling and exciting melodrama, where this Cinderella gets involved in political intrigues of the royals. Very please [...]

    7. I don't often dislike stories, but that was utterly stupid. Poorly told, inconsistent characters, and very rushed ending. I wasted my morning and 3 dollars

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