Dos princesas sin miedo

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Dos princesas sin miedo Adelina y Meryl las dos princesas del reino de Bamarre viven sin preocupaciones en un hermoso castillo y sus nicas aventuras son las que leen o sue an Pero la desgracia acecha Meryl cae enferma y n

  • Title: Dos princesas sin miedo
  • Author: Gail Carson Levine
  • ISBN: 9788466603348
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Follow Princess Addie as she is overcoming her fears in order to find a cure for her sister who had the mischance to fall into the claws of the Gray Death. This is a charming adventure brimming with princesses, dragons, elves, fairies, ogres, sorcerers and magic! Over and above that, it explores the themes of sisterly love and courage. Even a coward can be transformed into a knight. It can absolutely make a beautiful storytelling for children.

    2. I love the part where she is about to lunge in the dragon cave and something holds her down and she struggles then when she stops hse realises that if she had lunged, the 7 leage boots would have smashed her into the cave wall.I applied this to Heavenly Father trying to tell us what to do and we stuggle, and don't do it. Then when it's through, we realise what would have happened if we had done that thing. (or we do it and we feel foolish afterwords)I love the tensity Addie's courage campared to [...]

    3. WrensReads Review:Starting off the new year correctly with a book about two sisters. One sister is a courageous blonde ready to find the cure to Sir Grey Death and the other is a brunette who is a coward who has to find her strength.Meryl is the older sister. She dreams of fighting the dragons and rescuing her people from all the foes, including those small enough like Sir Grey Death.The Grey Death is a long, drawn out processes that eventually kills its victim. With the cure prophesied, there i [...]

    4. I love this book!!! Even though Ella Enchanted is Gail Carson Levine's most well-known book, I think that The Two Princesses of Bamarre is her best book. It's really exciting, but also well-written. If you love Ella Enchanted, this is the book for you.

    5. This book is so good!It did take me a while to get into it. The first half or so of the book is kind of slow going. Two sisters. One is bold. One is shy. Yawn.But then in the middle, when the shy sister has to leave the castle to save her beloved sister's life, it gets REALLY exciting. Specters. Gryphons. Dragons. Battles. WOW! I could hardly put it down at that point.There's also a story within a story, a legend of the kingdom, and it is as well done as the main story.The almost end had me bawl [...]

    6. I actually liked this one better than Ella Enchanted or Fairest. Now one of my fave fantasy stories!

    7. I've grown up with this story. To say that it has had an impact on my life is an incredible and unforgivable understatement. Everyone knows this author because of Ella Enchanted, but I believe that this book is much, much greater. It has romance, monsters, action, magic, and adventure; all things that people look for and enjoy in a good book. But what really makes this story great is not any of those things. What makes it great is how a young woman who is afraid of everything ventures out into a [...]

    8. This book is one of the first fantasy novels I ever read. It's one I loved from beginning to end, and it's one that I never tire of reading over and over again. It's the only book I've read more times than I can count on my one hand and several more on the other. This is an awesome read with great morals about finding courage in a world that is against you doing so. It's about family and the beauty of being there for each other, even if you're not quiet the same. It's got poetry, dragons, action [...]

    9. An adventurous, fun story, The Two Princesses of Bamarre was making me smile knowingly at some parts, then sitting in surprise at another. Sweet fairytale of a love that makes cowards brave. Complete with wily monsters, fearsome dragons, and courageous legends.It was a quick but good read for me, and I know my younger sisters also loved it.

    10. In one of my very early post, I listed some of my favorite books. This book was, and still is, on that list! From the first time I read this to the most current, I still am intrigued every time I turn the first page. I mean, monsters, diseases, poems, heroes, dangers, desperation, romance—those few words definitely mean it has to be a good book.Gail Carson Levine is just an amazing author. I love her books, Ella Enchanted and Ever. They are great. However, I can’t say that this is my favorit [...]

    11. I THINK I read this before, but I can't say for sure.Anyway, this was good, but I don't think it entirely holds up for an adult reader. I needed the relationships to be fleshed out more, both the romance and the sibling relationship.But I did like the bare bones of the story a lot.Re-read February 2016Hahaha, well, this time I KNOW I read it before, but I couldn't remember much at all about it until I started reading. Then I remembered more.I do think it's not quite subtle enough for my adult ta [...]

    12. Someone wise once said, “Fear is a reaction, courage is a decision.” Today, I applaud just how true this statement is. This book should be read by everyone, especially the young ones. It’s one great adventure and it teaches valuable life lessons! Princesses Meryl and Addie each know their strengths. I am pleased to report that at the end of the book, they find out that they are capable of doing more! Personally, my favorite is Addie’s transformation from a scaredy cat to a warrior prince [...]

    13. Plot Summary:The plot revolves around two sisters, Meryl and Addie. They are the princesses of Bamarre, a fantastical kingdom where sorcerers, fairies, and dragons are commonly known to be in existence. Addie is the shy, timid younger sister stereotype; she spends her free time doing embroidery. Meryl, on the other hand, loves adventure and swords and fighting. Addie makes Meryl promise her that she won't go off to kill any dragons or anything until Addie gets married--but everything gets thrown [...]

    14. This book was really cute! It's written in the first person, which was a change, as few of the books I read are, and the protagonist of the story is Princess Addie, a sweet but cowardly girl who couldn't be more different than her sister, Meryl. Princess Meryl is courageous and longs for adventures where she can kill dragons, gryphons, and ogres. Addie would rather stay safe at home and wishes for peace, not wars like her sister. The two are even opposites in appearance. Addie has dark brown hai [...]

    15. I didn't think that Gail Carson Levine could write anything more spectacular than Ella Enchanted. I'm not going to say that The Two Princesses of Bamarre was better than Ella Enchanted, but it definitely was as good as it. Addie and Meryl had such a great relationship. I loved reading about them, and how Addie was willing to risk her life to save her sister from the Gray Death. Rhysgh. Oh, Rhys. He's a very attractive sorceror, and I loved him! Gail Carson Levine created a romance that wasn't ch [...]

    16. At first, I thought that since this book was going to be too princess-y, and medieval time-ish, I asked myself, "Why bother?"My conscious had told me, "Suck it up and read it fool. You'll like it. You always like princesses, now." And I did. Like it, I mean. This wonderful, original story has been on of my favorites. I loved it! I don't remember much, but I do remember about the princess thinking she was frail, weak, not strong at all like the older one, going on a bunch of journeys. She had som [...]

    17. Cute and funny (like all of Gail Carson Levine's books! :D)!!Gail Carson Levine here creates a fairy tale of her own and gives it a characteristic grrrl-power twist. Twelve-year-old Addie admires her older sister Meryl, who aspires to rid the kingdom of Bamarre of gryphons, specters, and ogres. Addie, on the other hand, is fearful even of spiders and depends on Meryl for courage and protection. Waving her sword Bloodbiter, the older girl declaims in the garden from the heroic epic of Drualt to a [...]

    18. Why, oh why, do heroes with seven league boots never know trigonometry? It would save so much time when you only need to go five leaguesStill, a very fun story. I forgive her for writing Fairest. In the afterword, Levine mentions that this story was originally envisioned as a re-telling of the Twelve Dancing Princesses tale. It's hard to imagine something more different than that story!

    19. Step follows step,Hope follows Courage,Set your face towards danger,Set your heart on victory.This was one of my favorite books growing up - I love the focus on the strength of family bonds and the idea that you can be afraid, yet still be brave and strong.

    20. Read for the 2016 Book Battle, but didn't work for me. Partly because she's *twelve*, and his efforts at hand-waving the fact away don't work against the fact that he's an adult and she isn't.

    21. I remember picking this book up once in fifth grade and not enjoying it very much, mind you, I didn't get too far into the story, but in the few pages I read, The Two Princesses of Bamarre didn't manage to capture my attention.In the following years, I read many of Gail's other books and loved each and every one, but I was always a little wary of Two Princesses and never ended up giving it another chance. However, with the release of it's sequel, I finally decided that maybe I should pick it up [...]

    22. I love this book! Addie was a great character and her development was amazing. I also love her relationship with Rhys! So sweet! And Meryl the ending is so sad yet happy. I felt like some things were a little drawn out in this book, but once Addie got up her courage a little then things moved pretty swiftly. For the record, I like the dragon, even if she did kill people. She's funny and sincere. There were a few times where I was just shouting "No! No no no no no no no no no!" at Addie, like wit [...]

    23. I've heard nothing but fantastic things about Gail Carson Levine, but for some reason I had it in my head that she wrote "simple" stories. Maybe they were good, but I just wasn’t expecting all that much from them. My only exposure had been watching the movie Ella Enchanted (cute, but nothing amazing) and one of her fairy short stories (again, cute, but forgettable). Granted, not a fair account, but that’s where I was. I had picked up this copy at a garage sale and finally decided to read it [...]

    24. I liked this book. It was a fairly fast-paced, fun adventure. Two sisters, the princesses of the kingdom of Bamarre, at first glance appear to be very different. Meryl is brave and desperate for adventure. Addie, on the other hand, is fearful of everything, particularly of losing her sister.What transpires is that Addie must embark on an adventure to save her sister. She discovers her own courage, and in the end works with a small group of brave Bamarrians to save the day. I liked the descriptio [...]

    25. Gail Carson Levine captivated me once again with her tale, "the Two Princesses of Bamarre." This was also one of my favorite books in middle school and I read it more than once. I could really connect with the story because I also have a sister who I would do anything for and even though we are different, we get along and really help each other out. As you may have guessed the story tells about two sisters whose father rules over the kingdom of Bamarre which for some time has been plagued with t [...]

    26. I did exactly what my mother told me not to do last night, stay up late and read a book all the way through. I have been in a reading slump for a while having drowned in children’s books this semester and my adult book well I started it in the summer and am about halfway through. I thought a quick something I’ve really wanted to read would get me back in the groove. Addie is afraid of everything. Her sister Meryl is the brave one who protects her. Then the tables are turned and Addie must ta [...]

    27. I read this book first when I was a little kid, sometime between fourth and fifth grade, I think. It was one of the most influential books of my childhood, so it only made sense that I reread all grown up as I am.It wasn't as stunning as I remember it being when I was a kid, but it was still really amazing. The story-telling and the feeling in the book was something that you don't find in some of the 'finer' books of this time. And maybe it was more because of my nostalgia than because of the po [...]

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