The Princess Diaries: To The Nines

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Pan Macmillan UK, Dec 28, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 320 pages
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Mia has hit an all-time low. Lilly isn't speaking to her. Someone is posting horrible things about her on ihatemiathermopolis.com. Grandmere is forcing her to give a speech to two thousand of the most powerful businesswomen in America. And oh yeah: Michael, the love of her life, has dumped her.

But despite what the press seems to think, Mia has more on her mind than recruiting a new Prince Charming. Like solving a 400-year-old mystery that could mean BIG changes for little Genovia. But is Mia really ready to throw away her tiara - especially if it means destroying a dynasty?

PRAISE FOR MEG CABOT

"There is a school of thought that says reading should be entertaining, and this is exactly what Meg Cabot produces for us: fun. She is the master of her genre; she is the George Bernard Shaw, if not the George Eliot of [her genre]." Publishers Weekly

"Cabot has . . . an off-the-wall sense of humor that will have readers laughing out loud and a knack for creating fully realized characters that readers will miss when the story ends." Booklist

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About the author (2007)

Meg Cabot is the author of several successful books for teenagers and adults. Her Princess Diaries series has sold in vast quantities and two movies based on the series have been massively popular around the world. Her books have topped the bestseller lists for weeks. She and her husband split their time between Florida and Indiana.

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