Just Ella By, Margaret Peterson Haddix. Book Review by Denise Bashline. Just Ella .
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Book Review by Denise Bashline
Margaret Peterson Haddix made me feel as if I was back in the mid-evil times, when princes had balls to choose their wives and the villagers were all known and friends with the other villagers. This book is a romantic adventure tale about true love and how sometimes it isn’t as true as it seems.
Some of the minor settings-
Ella is a seventeen year old girl who goes to the ball and she looses her glass slipper. The Prince sets out to find her so they could live happily ever after… or not. She's marrying the Prince in a month. Palace life is terrible. She isn’t aloud to do anything. The prince isn’t so Charming and her life is now worse than it was when she lived with the Step-evils. So what is a girl to do? She wants out but how?