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Sophia, Princess Among Beasts A Princess Who Has Lost Her Mother And Father Finds Herself In A Terrifying World That Urgently Needs A Queen.Sophia Is Smart, Beautiful, And Accomplished, A Beloved Princess Devoted To The People And To Reading Books The Kingdom Is Hers, Until She Is Plunged Into A Nightmarish Realm Populated By The Awful Beasts She Read About As A Child.The Beasts Are Real And So Is The Great Army Marching On Her Castle The People Look To Sophia For Protection They Will All Perish Unless She Can Unlock An Ancient Secret As Profound As Life And Death Itself Sophia, Princess Among Beasts Is A Fabulous Adventure, And A Stunning Mystery Here Again Is Proof Of Why James Patterson Is The World S Most Trusted Storyteller.


10 thoughts on “Sophia, Princess Among Beasts

  1. says:

    If you go into this expecting a normal JP book then you ll be disappointed Almost as if you crossed Outlander and Grimms fairy tales Reads a bit as a YA but not eye roll YA A quick read that is unique.


  2. says:

    This is one of those books that seemed like it might be a good idea until the author started writing it.The title derives from the way the king, his knights and even the mythical figures Sophia interacts with views the lower classes of the world as beasts If you thought that was too subtle, don t worry you ll be hit over the head with it enough times for it to sink in.Princess Sophia is the MarySue the kind, g


  3. says:

    2.5 Stars for me, bumped to 3 Stars for competent writingThis is the first novel I ve read that was co authored by James Patterson and Emily Raymond Although not stated in the promotional material it appears to possibly be targeting the Young Adult market based on subject matter and writing style Princess Sophia So fye uh on the audio edition is a headstrong, if goodhearted, young woman who seems to have cost her fathe


  4. says:

    Very interesting story A quick read Definitely seems Young Adult the POV is a 17 year old girl except for one scene in the book, so I m unsure of what the target audience is A mature older teen or young 20s would enjoy this book a lot.


  5. says:

    First, this book is classified as adult fiction, but it could be classified as YA But that s not even a significant problem with the book The characters, the world, and the plot are so underdeveloped This is the first book where there s not even one thing that I could appreciate about it The main character is supposed to be smart, strong, and accomplished, but she s really none of those things She gets lucky countless times and is prais


  6. says:

    This book absolutely reads as YA unfortunately not very good YA I was disappointed by the lack of character development The plot implies that the character s growth is what allows certain things to happen, but that growth seems limited to her spending time in the village because she has a crush on a boy, not because she wants to learn how the world works The ending view spoiler is also tied too neatly in bow where miraculous things happen to ge


  7. says:

    So I m 6% in and X we ll see the prologue is kinda eye rolling Like a bad Disney intro Pretty heavy handed and just lots of And then her I don t even know Expository whatever of the castle not only is that heavy handed but what bothered me is how utterly dumb the maidservants are It annoys me when we have broad brush I mean idiocy first of all, but just they re servants so they re dumb or they re women so they re dumb or they re not important so they re


  8. says:

    Classified as fantasy, adult, YA, and fiction this one has it all but only if readers are open to the idea as it s not the normal thriller you may have come to enjoy.While it does have thrilling moments it s about the meaning behind the scenes or so it was with me as I read this new work by James Patterson.It s not everyday you read fantasy from this author yet I was transported to a magical land in which surely things don t go as planned.While Sophia is battlin


  9. says:

    Wow what a crappy book.This book reads like it s a first draft the chapters have no meat to them and a lot of scenes really aren t fully fleshed out Now I ve only read one other book by James Patterson and I really have no idea how much of a part he played in writing this book but it seems to me his trademark is short cliff hanger style chapters I personally hate this style of novel I find it cheapens the story because every other page the author has to needlessly inject


  10. says:

    In all my years, I have never been interested in reading anything by James Patterson As a librarian, I know he seems to have a new book appear about every other month However, as I was shelving on Friday, I saw this title, read the synopsis, and couldn t believe it had Patterson s name attached Of course, I m thinking that his co writer, Emily Raymond real name or pseudonym had much to do with the tale Nothing unusual, but it was a very satisfying fantasy, a fairy tale where the y


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