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Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 2,820 Ratings and 412 Reviews

Book Description

A quirky, fast-paced urban fantasy by esteemed author Jane Yolen

Aliera Carstairs just doesn't fit in. She's always front and center at the fencing studio, but at school she's invisible. And she's fine with that . . . until Avery Castle walks into her first period biology class. Avery may seem perfect now, but will he end up becoming her Prince Charming or just a toad?

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Book Information
PublisherFirst Second
BindingPaperback (4 editions)
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages160
Publication Date04/13/2010
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About Jane Yolen (Author) : Jane Yolen is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Jane Yolen include The Rogues, Mama's Kiss, Johnny Appleseed: The Legend and the Truth, and... more
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About Mike Cavallaro (Illustrator) : Mike Cavallaro is a published illustrator of young adult books. A published credit of Mike Cavallaro is Foiled.
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8/25/2017 Alfred Goldstein said:
Spoilers ahead. Ugh. I so wanted to like this one for so many reasons, but I found it pretty hard to connect with the narrative and the characters. Also, awkwardness around gender and sexuality that didn't sit right with me. (For example, because a boy's face is 'baby-ass smooth', the protag... more

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