The Princess Pawn

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Sumach Press, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 299 pages
3 Reviews

Willow Kingswell thinks of herself as an ordinary fourteen-year-old girl. Although she has been hearing her grandmother's stories about the enchanted realm of Mistolear for as long as she can remember, being a princess is the furthest thing from her mind. What's worrying Willow these days is finding a way to get accepted by the in-crowd at her high school without betraying her friend Abby.

What's also worrying her is Nana, who is her only family, and who seems increasingly frail and confused. Suddenly, Willow finds herself magically transported to the real Mistolear, where it turns out she actually does have a large family - and a royal one at that! Willow's courage and intellect are put to the test as she attempts to save the kingdom from a terrifying spell.

Maggie L. Wood has created a complex and compelling adventure fantasy that addresses contemporary teen issues with insight, compassion and a wry sense of humour.

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Review: The Princess Pawn (Mistolear, #1)

User Review  - Laura - Goodreads

The premise for this story was cute, but it dragged on for so long without anything really happening. I was also disappointed that the author felt like a youth fiction book was a good place for ... Read full review

Review: The Princess Pawn (Mistolear, #1)

User Review  - Suzy Kennedy - Goodreads

This was a cute book. Some action, some fantasy, a girl who was just trying to accept her new body in the midst of puberty only to find out that she is a princess smuggled to the human realm for her ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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Maggie L. Wood plunges us once again into the magical world of Mistolear and Clarion in this much-aniticpated sequel to The Princess Pawn.

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