Margot (midnight_birth) wrote in margot_quotes,

Party Princess by Meg Cabot.


Title: Party Princess.
Author: Meg Cabot.
Genre: Fiction, YA, teen, romance, humour.
Country: U.S.
Language: English.
Publication Date: April, 2006.
Summary: Princesses just want to have fun, and Mia does too, despite the fact that the student government over which she presides is suddenly broke. But Grandmère's got a wacky scheme to raise the money, catapult Mia to theatrical fame, and link her romantically with an eligible teen bachelor who's not her boyfriend. No wonder Michael seems to think she's a psycho, or worse: not much fun. Is it possible that Mia, soon-to-be star of the stage, president of the student body, and future ruler of Genovia, doesn't know how to party?

My rating: 7.5/10.

♥ Grandmère's written a MUSICAL based on the story of my ancestress, Rosagunde.

The thing is, I love musicals. Beauty and the Beast is, like, my favorite Broadway show of all time, and it's a musical.

But it is a musical about a prince who is under a curse and the bookish beauty who grows to love him anyway.

It is NOT about a feudal warmonger and the girl who strangles him to death.

...I had never thought about it before, but Grandmère was kind of right. A lot of musicals have kind of serious undertones, if you take the time to examine them. I mean, if you wanted to, you could say that Beauty and the Beast is about a hideously warped Chimera who kidnaps and holds hostage a young peasant girl.

Trust Grandmère to destroy the one story I have ever wholeheartedly loved.
Tags: 1st-person narrative, 2000s, 21st century - fiction, american - fiction, bildungsroman, diary (fiction), epistolary fiction, fiction, humour (fiction), romance, sequels, teen, ya

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