The Lost Kingdom of Bamarre

The Lost Kingdom of Bamarre

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When visited by a fairy, fifteen-year-old Peregrine learns she is not Latki-born, so she begins to free her people from tyranny, even if it means fighting monsters--both magical and human.
Publisher: New York, NY : Harper, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, [2017]
Edition: First edition.
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9780062074669
Branch Call Number: JF LEVINE
Characteristics: 385 pages ; 22 cm


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Jan 24, 2018

I enjoyed this story. It was very entertaining and was a real page-turner. The only downside was that the beginning was very hard to understand at first. Levine writes it like the main character, Peregrine, was telling her story from birth to current. Overall, the book was awesome.

Sep 26, 2017

This is an amazing, well written story that is a good read whether or not you've read The Two Princesses of Bammare. As it's own book, it has an amazing story loosely taken from Rapunzel with solid, developed characters. As a prequel, it is still all that plus the addition of the connections to Drualt and other elements of Bammare.

martha_w Apr 30, 2017

​A new Gail Carson Levine book! Set in the same universe as The Two Princesses of Bamarre, which was one of my fave books as a kid! So many exclamation points! Anyway, I super enjoyed this, and the themes of prejudice and discrimination and oppression feel extremely timely without seeming heavy-handed. Nothing she writes will ever, for me, top Ella Enchanted, which is a perfect book and one of my top five all-time favorites, but I really, really liked this. ​


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