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https://sinhaypode.tk In this experimental novel, Lowry deconstructs her story lines into three elements: writer, story, reader. It begins with the writer puttering about the house, fretful over her book.
Next a traditional princess story begins, and then comes the modern-day story of Nova, an Australian teen, who reacts to the story, and also shares details of her daily life. The result is a strange, compelling mix of the self-doubt and daily humdrum of a writer, castles and fairyland, and teen angst. A few times the writer plays with the story by rewriting scenes. The time setting is unclear: while the writer rejects a photograph in one scenario as photography hadn't yet been invented , she later says the king enjoys fine cars.
Parallel to the princess story, Nova relates her own trials with humor, Australian slang, and a sprinkling of profanity. The inclusion of Nova's story makes the book best suited for teen readers who still enjoy a sweet princess tale, and it will particularly resonate with aspiring authors. Hand this to older fans of Gail Carson Levine.
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