• The School for Good and Evil
  • The School for Good and Evil
  • The School for Good and Evil
ISBN: 006210490X
EAN13: 9780062104908
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 4, 2018
Pages: 544
Dimensions: 1.34" H x 7.4" L x 5.12" W
Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Soon to be a major motion picture from Netflix

The New York Times bestselling School for Good and Evil series is an epic journey into a dazzling new world, where the only way out of a fairy tale is to live through one. Start here to follow Sophie, Agatha, and everyone at school from the beginning

With her glass slippers and devotion to good deeds, Sophie knows she'll earn top marks at the School for Good and join the ranks of past students like Cinderella, Rapunzel, and Snow White. Meanwhile, Agatha, with her shapeless black frocks and wicked black cat, seems a natural fit for the villains in the School for Evil.

The two girls soon find their fortunes reversed--Sophie's dumped in the School for Evil to take Uglification, Death Curses, and Henchmen Training, while Agatha finds herself in the School for Good, thrust among handsome princes and fair maidens for classes in Princess Etiquette and Animal Communication.

But what if the mistake is actually the first clue to discovering who Sophie and Agatha really are?

Don't miss the thrilling conclusion to the beloved series, The School for Good and Evil #6: One True King, available June 2020

--Maria Tatar, Chair of Folklore and Mythology Program, Harvard University and Editor of The Classic Fairy Tales

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5
   Intelligent FantAsy take on Fairy Tales
The book is well written and plot driven, with a strong sense of humor. It was a hard book to put down and I read it in one sitting. Not surprisingly, it will be made into a movie. A sequel to "Finding Nemo" is in the works.
 
5
   Love the clever take on fairy tales
A great take on fairy tales. It's great to be back home, working with great writers, said Pauley. There are a number of characters that are well developed. It's a surprise, Michael McKeon said of the finale.
 
5
   Love it
I've read this book before, and I recently just re-read it and had to buy it again. It's great to have a book out there that anyone can enjoy.
 
5
   YES YES YES
I love the new logo, too. The book clearly points out that just because you do good deeds doesn't mean you are a good person. Because you are ugly and different, it doesn't necessarily mean you are an evil person. If that is the only thing you take away from this series, I think its a good book, he said.
 
2
   Dont like its characterization
The writer of this terrible parable in the "Greater Good" series says: "I read this knowing it wasn't meant for me." I'm not a huge movie buff, but I must have skipped this genre in my youth. What I really didn't like about it was how it portrayed others, I think. And soulesss, whose personalities don't matter, are often lonely. Other than that, no one is talking about the feud between the hip-hop stars. I don't have kids so I have no perspective but it seems to me that the reader must have some sort of empathy for others. It also repeated issues, sometimes sharply. However, I don't remember much from middle school, and I do know I was looking for more complexity in my books at that time. The book feels more like a book a twentysomething would have believed a middle schooler would like than something a middle schooler would actually get into on their own.
 
4
   Fun read and great twist on good vs evil.
Really enjoyed the book, and I'll be back for more. The second book, "The Fifth Estate," was my daughter's idea. This is a lot of fun for both of us to read, he said.
 
3
   Mostly entertaining. Though, not much new here. ...
A lot of fun, Michael. Not much new here, Mr. Dhaliwal said. Zilkha conceded defeat in the rematch, but said: "At the end, we felt a little empty." I don't regret reading the book, but I'm not exactly hungry for more.
 
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