Thursday, September 8, 2016
Book Review: Royal Wedding Disaster
Book 2 in the Notebooks of a Middle-School Princess series
AUTHOR: Meg Cabot
GENRE: Realistic Fiction
PUBLISHED: May 2016
PREMISE: Olivia adjusts to her new life as a royal, trying to juggle a new school, her new sister's wedding, and being a princess all at the same time.
MY REVIEW: This review is going to be short because my opinion on this series hasn't really changed all that much.
Olivia is just dang adorable. This has Cabot's trademark blend of sass and heart in it. It's just sweet and fun. I also want to applaud the scene where Olivia spells out why you don't touch a black girl's hair without her permission EVER. Honestly, just don't ask and don't do it to begin with. It's rude and obnoxious, okay?
So this series continues to be cute. I continue to be a Meg Cabot fangirl. Probably nothing is going to stop that at this point.
WHO SHOULD READ: Tweens, Meg Cabot fans, Princess Diaries fans
MY RATING: Four out of Five cool princesses