Praise for Princess of the Midnight Ball
"As she did so deliciously with 2008’s Sun and Moon, Ice and Snow, George takes another fairy tale, “The Twelve Dancing Princesses,” and turns it into a rich and engaging novel.
...Near the end the story spirals up in intensity, touching on witchcraft and evil clerics along the way before a satisfyingly exciting conclusion." --Kirkus Reviews
"Fans of fairy-tale retellings like Robin McKinley’s Beauty (1978) or Gail Carson Levine’s Ella Enchanted (1979, both HarperCollins) will enjoy this story for its magic, humor,
and touch of romance." –-School Library Journal
"George has a gentle hand with retellings. Her Sun and Moon, Ice and Snow offered a lovely
retelling of East of the Sun, West of the Moon, and this novel is just as appealing. Little details
add to the narrative—Galen knits, and the book includes instructions for some of this knitting patters.
Overall this tale is a wonderful addition to the genre." -—VOYA
Review by TeensReadToo.com