Just Ella - Margaret Peterson Haddix

Just Ella

By Margaret Peterson Haddix

  • Release Date - Published: 2012-02-14
  • Book Genre: Fairy Tales, Myths & Fables
  • Author: Margaret Peterson Haddix
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 120 Ratings)

Just Ella Margaret Peterson Haddix read online review & book description:

Being a princess isn't all that....

You've heard the fairytale: a glass slipper, Prince Charming, happily ever after...
     Welcome to reality: royal genealogy lessons, needlepoint, acting like "a proper lady," and -- worst of all -- a prince who is not the least bit interesting, and certainly not charming.
     As soon-to-be princess Ella deals with her newfound status, she comes to realize she is not "your majesty" material. But breaking off a royal engagement is no easy feat, especially when you're crushing on another boy in the palace.... For Ella to escape, it will take intelligence, determination, and spunk -- and no ladylike behavior allowed.

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Posted Reviews

  • Eh

    By imjustheretoread,tbh
    I know everyone thinks this is an amazing book and all that, but it just didn't do it for me. I was constantly bored and uninterested. Jed's supposed love for Ella was obscure and thrown in as an afterthought, and the whole book was full of Ella's complaints about royal life. Well, that's what you get when you live in a castle. There are standards and certain ways to do things. The fact that she couldn't accept that was infuriating to me. Still, I commend the feminist values and morals. If it weren't for Ella's anti-misogynistic views, this book would be bumped down to one star. A total flop.
  • Best book ever! 😃

    By Some anonymous parent
    I read this book in the library one day, and it was great! Ella is a strong character that people can really connect too. It's a girl-empowering book that I really love, and I think when you read it, you'll love this book, too. Tip of advice: Buy this book!
  • OMG

    By 167MOM
    It's an amazing book that I will read again over, and over, and over. Oh my goodness, it leaves you with the biggest cliff-hanger. I wish Mrs. Had six would write a sequel about Jed's return. :)
  • Amazing!!!

    By Awesome detail!!
    I love this book! If you like Margaret Peterson Haddix's books, you would love this!!! Especially if you like princesses and happily ever after.
  • Great book to remember for years!

    By Adecker21
    I read this book about 10-13 years ago, still have to say it was my favorite book!
  • Amazing

    By Cooki3diva
    Good creative alternative ending. This def isn't the happily ever after Disney lead us to believe Cinderella had. Truly a good twist on a good tale. If you love fantasy novels you def need to read this.
  • Unique

    By M-G-B
    I love this book! I always wanted to know what happened to Cinderella after the prince whisked her off,and this story reveals all. It's a great book and I would recommend it:)

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