A World Without Princes by Soman Chainani



After Sophie and Agatha wish for each other, they are transported back to their home in Gavaldon, where they will, presumably, live out their “ever afters”. However, a new wish takes the pair back to the School for Good and Evil — only it’s far from the school they remember. Now, the girls find themselves in a school for girls and boys, with each side vehemently hating the other. What’s more, the boys’ school wants Sophie dead, and the girls’ school is ruled by a sadistic, boy-hating dean. Somehow, Sophie and Agatha must find a way to reunite the schools and undo the wish, before it’s too late.

As much as I liked the first book, I was really excited to read this one. It was pretty great! There were a couple of aspects I did not enjoy. For example, once the girls are left on their own, all they want to do is eat/diet/play with makeup. Eye-roll. BUT, for the most part, this book was really good. I loved seeing the return of all my favorite characters, and there are some interesting backstories and plot twists revealed. I especially recommend listening to the audiobook this series, as the reader is excellent!

Rating: 4/5 

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