Princess Mia

"Princess Mia" reviewed by Dana on July 5, 2009

Name: 
Dana
Grade: 
7
Title: 
Princess Mia
Author: 
Meg Cabot
Genre: 
romance
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This is the continuing drama of Mia as she finishes high school and continues being a princess. After Michael leaves for Japan, she becomes depressed and goes to therapy. Mia finds out that J.P. is also in therapy when he tells her he loves her. She doesn't know whether to wait for Michael to become more than a "friend" or to go with J.P. Adding to the drama: Lilly won't speak to her, Lena wants to be her best friend and she has a huge speech coming up. What will Mia do??

Similar authors or titles?: 

This is the 14th book in a series of 15 (at this point). Meg Cabot also has written many other series.

Would you recommend this book?: 

I would recommend this book to upper middle school girls who enjoy reading romance books with comedy, drama and adventure.

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ISBN: 
9780060724634

"Princess Mia" reviewed by Janani on June 22, 2008

Name: 
Janani
Grade: 
7
Title: 
Princess Mia
Author: 
Meg Cabot
Genre: 
romance
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Mia is heartbroken over the loss of her boy friend. (Michael She tries to get Michael back, but ends up going to a pshyciatrist who she thinks gives her no help at all. Her best friend, Lilly, is also mad at her because she blames Mia for making her boy friend (John Paul)break up with her. (Even though it wasn't Mia's fault) On top of all that, Mia's grandmother is making her speak at an all women's society about a speech Mia hasn't even written. Mia feels like she has no reason too live, until she finds the lost diary of a Genovian princess who died from the Plague at age 16. This diary will make a great speech, but may change Genovian history forever.
This book is confusing if you haven't read the other books in the Princess Diaries series.

Similar authors or titles?: 

Meg Cabot, Princess Diaries series

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ISBN: 
9780060724634
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