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The Two Princesses of Bamarre Twelve Year Old Addie Admires Her Older Sister Meryl, Who Aspires To Rid The Kingdom Of Bamarre Of Gryphons, Specters, And Ogres Addie, On The Other Hand, Is Fearful Even Of Spiders And Depends On Meryl For Courage And Protection Waving Her Sword Bloodbiter, The Older Girl Declaims In The Garden From The Heroic Epic Of Drualt To A Thrilled Audience Of Addie, Their Governess, And The Young Sorcerer Rhys But When Meryl Falls Ill With The Dreaded Gray Death, Addie Must Gather Her Courage And Set Off Alone On A Quest To Find The Cure And Save Her Beloved Sister Addie Takes The Seven League Boots And Magic Spyglass Left To Her By Her Mother And The Enchanted Tablecloth And Cloak Given To Her By Rhys Along With A Shy Declaration Of His Love She Prevails In Encounters With Tricky Specters Spiders Too And Outwits A Wickedly Personable Dragon In Adventures Touched With Romance And A Bittersweet Ending


10 thoughts on “The Two Princesses of Bamarre

  1. says:

    Follow Princess Addie as she is overcoming her fears in order to find a cure for her sister who had the mischance to fall into the claws of the Gray Death This is a charming adventure brimming with princesses, dragons, elves, fairies, ogres, sorcerers and magic Over and above that, it explores the themes of sisterly love and courage Even a coward can be transformed into a knight It can absolutely make a beautiful storytelling for children.


  2. says:

    I love the part where she is about to lunge in the dragon cave and something holds her down and she struggles then when she stops hse realises that if she had lunged, the 7 leage boots would have smashed her into the cave wall I applied this to Heavenly Father trying to tell us what to do and we stuggle, and don t do it Then when it s through, we realise what would have happened if we had done that thing or we do it and we feel foolish afterwords I love the tensity Addie s courage campared to Meryl s.


  3. says:

    I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE THAT BOOK


  4. says:

    WrensReads Review Starting off the new year correctly with a book about two sisters One sister is a courageous blonde ready to find the cure to Sir Grey Death and the other is a brunette who is a coward who has to find her strength.Meryl is the older sister She dreams of fighting the dragons and rescuing her people from all the foes, including those small enough like Sir Grey Death.The Grey Death is a long, drawn out processes that eventually kills its victim With the cure prophesied, there is hope that sometime, someday soon, someone will find it.Addie is a coward She is terrified of spiders and she is terrified of losing her sister to her adventures But when her sister comes down with the horrid Grey Death, she must find it in herself to go out and find the cure since her good for nothing father The King won t.I love this story than anything Gail Carson Levine made me cry through out the years reading this because I always pictured myself as Addie the younger sister and my sister Michelle as Meryl the older sister It breaks your heart, but not necessarily in a bad way.Gail Carson Levine is known for her retellings of fairytales This is an original of hers and it is absolutely something you should read very soon It s a quick read, barely over 200 pages, but it is something that will make your heart warm and your face wet.WrensReads Goodreads Twitter Instagram


  5. says:

    I love this book Even though Ella Enchanted is Gail Carson Levine s most well known book, I think that The Two Princesses of Bamarre is her best book It s really exciting, but also well written If you love Ella Enchanted, this is the book for you.


  6. says:

    I ve grown up with this story To say that it has had an impact on my life is an incredible and unforgivable understatement Everyone knows this author because of Ella Enchanted, but I believe that this book is much, much greater It has romance, monsters, action, magic, and adventure all things that people look for and enjoy in a good book But what really makes this story great is not any of those things What makes it great is how a young woman who is afraid of everything ventures out into a dangerous and terrifying world that would scare even the brave in order to save her sister even though there is a very high chance she might die in the attempt Speaking as someone who has a lot of experience being afraid, this story is inspiring and very relatable in so many important areas Because even those of us who are afraid of a great many things would go to frightening lengths and do the impossible to save someone we love Two Princesses of Bamarre is a fantastic fairy tale that contains all the best elements of such stories and has heart than stories written by authors that are supposed to be good If the apocalypse came tomorrow and there was only one book that I could keep with me and read again it would be this one I love many books, but this is a part of my soul and is beyond beautiful If you like fantasy and are not opposed to actual emotion if you are then you are next on my hit list then you should read this book It is the fairy tale that surpasses all fairy tales and puts the Grimm brothers to shame Thank you, Gail Carson Levine, for writing such an amazing story You re one of the greatest reasons I myself plan on becoming a writer.


  7. says:

    This book is so good It did take me a while to get into it The first half or so of the book is kind of slow going Two sisters One is bold One is shy Yawn.But then in the middle, when the shy sister has to leave the castle to save her beloved sister s life, it gets REALLY exciting Specters Gryphons Dragons Battles WOW I could hardly put it down at that point.There s also a story within a story, a legend of the kingdom, and it is as well done as the main story.The almost end had me bawling, thinking about my own sister and how terrible it would be to lose her.I don t typically get into stories about princesses As Boots of the Coup says, Tell your teacher I said princess are evil How they got all their money was to kill people But I can stomach the feisty, smart, brave princesses in the books of Gail Carson Levine She spins the whole traditional princess genre and makes these gals rock Unlike other books by Gail Carson Levine, this one is not based on a traditional fairy tale or at least not one that I know , but it s better than any of those someday my prince will come bullshit stories that I grew up with.Give this one to the girl in your life who s all into those wimpy Disney princesses.


  8. says:

    I actually liked this one better than Ella Enchanted or Fairest Now one of my fave fantasy stories


  9. says:

    Loved the sibling dynamic of this book I read this years ago, but that still sticks out to me.


  10. says:

    Review to come