The Princess Diaries (The Princess Diaries, #1) Read Online Free - She's just a New York City girl living with her artist mom…
NEWS FLASH: Dad is prince of Genovia. (So that's why a limo meets her at the airport!)
DOWNER: Dad can't have any more kids. (So there's no heir to the throne.)
SHOCK OF THE CENTURY: Like it or not, Mia Thermopolis is prime princess material.
THE WORST PART: Mia must take princess lessons from her dreaded grandmère, the dowager princess of Genovia, who thinks Mia has a thing or two to learn before she steps up to the throne.
Well, her father can lecture her until he's royal–blue in the face about her princessly duty—no way is she moving to Genovia and leaving Manhattan behind.
But what's a girl to do when her name is PRINCESS AMELIA MIGNONETTE GRIMALDI THERMOPOLIS RENALDO?
|Title||:||The Princess Diaries (The Princess Diaries, #1)|
|Format Type||:||Library Binding|
|Number of Pages||:||283 pages|
August 15, 2008
If you've seen the movie version, this book takes up about the first third or maybe half of the movie (from what I remember), but don't let that fool you into thinking nothing much happens in this book.
Mia Thermopolis lives in Manhattan with her artist mother Helen, going to a private school call...
April 11, 2015
Note: contains spoilers.
Did you love this movie? 'Cause I did.
Decide that you should give the book a try? I mean it is only fair since you have seen the movie. Me too.
Want some advice? Don't bother.
Because I am assuming that you'll be picturing the amazingly gorgeous Anne Hathaway as the zany,...
November 26, 2016
This is WAY different than the movie. Mia's personality is younger and sillier, but it became less irritating and more endearing after a bit. I still mostly just wanted the book to be over, though.
I didn't realize this plot only covered like the first half of the movie and that so many things ha...
June 10, 2015
I first read this series YEARS ago but thought it was time for a reread with A Royal Wedding coming out this summer! I simply loved it! I thought maybe since I'm so much older I wouldn't like it as much, and that maybe I'd get annoyed even.. (Freshman Mia can be a little dramatic) but I didn't! I...
March 31, 2008
I never got around to reading this when I was the protagonist Mia's age, and since the book and movie series became so popular, I recently decided to take a trip back to childhood and finally read this book. It was a quick read, thankfully, but I didn't find it nearly as endearing as the movie ve...
July 22, 2015
Honestly, this book was a complete surprise for me! I had never read it (I know, I know) and I loved it!! So smart and clever and totally kick butt feminist. This book was so ahead of its time when it was first published. I don't know but I would guess there was backlash lol - I can't wait to pic...
February 12, 2017
THIS WAS SO ADORABLE AND HILARIOUS AND NOW I NEED THE REST OF THE BOOKS RIGHT NOW PLZ THX
June 04, 2014
Say hello to Mia Thermopolis, 14 years old and frustrated with teendom and it's innumerable woes.
To jot down a few of her frustrations:
1) She is the tallest girl in her class, has feet like skis, is gawky, geeky and has a chestline that is flatter than a surfboard.
2) Her mouse-brown/dishwater blo...
August 31, 2017
Review to come....
June 11, 2016
Absolutely LOVED this! Okay, so I wasn't really planing to read this ever, because I was quite satisfied with the movie and I've heard that the books were really different. But then, Shannon from Leaning Lights (booktuber) how cute, fun they were and I find it really cheap on Thrift Books and...