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The Princess Diaries ❰Download❯ ➼ The Princess Diaries Author Meg Cabot – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Mia Thermopolis is pretty sure there's nothing worse than being a five foot nine flat chested freshman who also happens to be flunking AlgebraIs she ever in for a surpriseFirst mom announces that she' Mia Thermopolis is pretty sure there's nothing worse than being a five foot nine flat chested freshman who also happens to be flunking AlgebraIs she ever in for a surpriseFirst mom announces that she's dating Mia's Algebra teacher Then Dad has to go and reveal that he is the crown prince of Genovia And guess who still doesn't have a date The Princess PDF/EPUB or for the Cultural Diversity Dance.


10 thoughts on “The Princess Diaries

  1. Cristina Monica Cristina Monica says:

    There’s a reason why this series has such low ratings but has been read by so many peopleIt has a uniue concept Unpopular high school girl becomes a princess overnight? A dream come true for many girls just not MiaMia is ‘‘struggling’’ and her struggles are hella entertaining Of course her struggles consist of being single unpopular forced to go to princess lessons with her dreadful and one dimensional grandmother as well sucking at maths among other eually life altering strugglesSnort It’s ridiculous It really isBut the thing is although there is no lesson to take from this book except maybe that a princess’ life is not perfect – and some of its content CAN be seen as offensive it was never written to teach or impressIt was never written to claim a spot in your list of TOP 10 BOOKS YOU HAVE TO READ BEFORE YOU DIENoIt almost reads like a parody of an American teenage girl’s life It was written to remind you that sometimes it’s good to let your reasonable mind take a break and plunge into something so bad it’s actually good If you’re able to do that Mia is naïve immature close minded and dramatic – so not the kind of heroine I admire – but she grows on you one way or another as imperfect as she may be Because she feels so much and because she is herself through and through Many people are telling her all that she should do better and all that is wrong with her – and maybe she SHOULD listen – but she’s struggling to understand who she is and you can only do that if you allow yourself to be who you are first Basically it’s trashy repetitive cliché under developed poorly written cheesy corny unrealisticI shouldn’t even be giving it a four star rating but so sue me I HAD SO MUCH FUN READING IT Blog | Youtube | Twitter | Instagram | Google | Bloglovin’


  2. Shannon (Giraffe Days) Shannon (Giraffe Days) says:

    If you've seen the movie version this book takes up about the first third or maybe half of the movie from what I remember but don't let that fool you into thinking nothing much happens in this bookMia Thermopolis lives in Manhattan with her artist mother Helen going to a private school called Albert Einstein High and spending the summers with her father and his mother at her chateau in France She knows they're rich but she thinks her dad is just a politician At school she's unpopular and has triangular hair; her best friend Lilly has her own tv show and is trying to expose the racism of the Chinese owners of the deli across the road for discounting Asian students 5 cents; she's in love with the most popular boy at school Josh who doesn't even seem to know she's alive; she's failing Algebra; and her mum is going out with her teacher Mr Gianini Life is already a bit of a strain and when her dad tells her he's the crown prince of Genovia and since his testicular cancer has left him unable to have children Mia is now the heir to the throne it becomes even unbearableShe's seriously not happy about the news but makes a compromise with her Dad that she'll keep going to school like normal but would spend the summers in Genovia doing the princess thing She wasn't expecting her formidable grandmother to come to New York to give her princess lessons and she wasn't expecting the same grandmother to leak the story to the press Now she's suddenly popular but it's the last thing she wantsMia is effortlessly engaging her voice and personality coming through strongly in her diary entries She's funny without meaning to be insightful without realising it reveals than she intends and so allows the reader to not only really get to know her but also see what's going on clearly than she does as she's blinded by her own interests passions and opinions It's actually very cleverly written and very funnyThe grandmother is a scary character Julie Andrews really toned the character down for the movie she wears a purple turban smokes a lot drinks her favourite cocktail all the time and comes across as somewhat harsh and even cruel She certainly intimidates her son Phillipe and anyone else who crosses her path She may have met her match with Mia and I can see that as Mia slowly grows matures and yes transforms she'll probably have a softening effect on her grandmother as well She's certainly got an interesting past but we only get hints of it at this stageEssentially what saves this book from being just another YA journal style teenage girl gushathon is Mia's liveliness her spirit her humour and well her She's a wonderful protagonist and a good role model not that she doesn't make some pretty silly mistakes and choices along the way She's also a familiar character and reminds me that what's considered ordinary usually disguises something pretty extraordinary Plus I love her summing up of Marx's contradictions of capitalism; despite the fluffy pink cover this is no Gossip Girls kind of book Mia's not into having the latest crap she's a conscientious worrier and wants to join Greenpeace to save the whales She's a bit of a dag really and that makes her infinitely likeable even loveable


  3. emma emma says:

    THIS BOOK IS A MODERN CLASSICHonestly I read this book in middle school and I still like it Can you believe that? This book is so good that it makes current brilliant cool me agree with twelve year old me who loved Justin Bieber and thought Aeropostale graphic tees were the height of fashion It's miraculous Also I'm amazing Just thought I'd clarify that in case my previous statement hadn't made it clearAnyway this is so so so so fun and surprisingly woke for having been written 18 years ago I truly enjoyed it and now have suckered myself into rereading this whole series which is like seriously a thousand books longBut wait I just realized Mia is 14 years old???? My god WAIT A DRUNKEN EIGHTEEN YEAR OLD KISSED HER I may have to deduct a half star andor take back that whole woke comment from a paragraph agoWhateverBottom line Is there anything better than rereading a dumb book you loved when you were dumb and being like oh wow this is actually crazy fun??????


  4. Whitney Atkinson Whitney Atkinson says:

    This book was entirely a blast from the past and reading it was like rewatching the movie because the two are so similar and nostalgic Obviously this book focuses on such melodramatic and cheesy plot points but the reason it was so fun was because of Mia's sass and exasperation with her entire situation I wish this book would have focused on her transition to princess life rather than trying to continue on as normal and keeping it a secret but I think that will be a lot unpacked in the future books of the series which I'm definitely interested in reading because they're so lighthearted and fun and it makes me feel 12 again when I read these Obviously there are some lines that wouldn't fly if this book were published today but overall this book held up over the decades and I think it was a ton of fun for young readers and as an adult


  5. Jessica Jessica says:

    I first read this series YEARS ago but thought it was time for a reread with A Royal Wedding coming out this summer I simply loved it I thought maybe since I'm so much older I wouldn't like it as much and that maybe I'd get annoyed even Freshman Mia can be a little dramatic but I didn't It was perfect Excited to continue reading on until the new book comes out In some ways I actually feel like I connect better with Mia now then I did before not because I'm a princess secretly or because I'm having boy problems But I never realized before how much Mia talks about being a vegetarian and animal rights and stuff It was pretty awesome I also love her mom and Fat Louie D view spoiler I forgot that Michael was into Mia so early on Isn't a bit odd that a senior likes a Freshman? Idk Maybe it's just me hide spoiler


  6. Dawn Dawn says:

    I never got around to reading this when I was the protagonist Mia's age and since the book and movie series became so popular I recently decided to take a trip back to childhood and finally read this book It was a uick read thankfully but I didn't find it nearly as endearing as the movie version which is substantially different from the novel The book seemed awfully light on plot and substance Character development was minimal and as a result most of the characters including Mia weren't as likable or relatable as they could have been Mia's melodrama became tiresome as did her best friend's egoThe story continues with the rest of the series so it probably improves but the first book didn't make me eager to read the second This may be my age talking but I suspect I wouldn't have been interested as a young teen either Overall I was underwhelmed The movie was touching but the booknot as much


  7. Shannon (leaninglights) Shannon (leaninglights) says:

    Honestly this book was a complete surprise for me I had never read it I know I know and I loved it So smart and clever and totally kick butt feminist This book was so ahead of its time when it was first published I don't know but I would guess there was backlash lol I can't wait to pick up the next one and I definitely recommend the audiobooks as well Anne Hathaway narrates the first three and she does an amazing job I could try and nitpick and find something to critiue but I honestly don't want to this was a great book


  8. April (Aprilius Maximus) April (Aprilius Maximus) says:

    THIS WAS SO ADORABLE AND HILARIOUS AND NOW I NEED THE REST OF THE BOOKS RIGHT NOW PLZ THX


  9. ✶Rachelle✶ ✶Rachelle✶ says:

    4 starsThis was way funnier than I thought it would be Mia is hysterical and Meg Cabot's writing style is right up my alley I'm looking forward to reading the gazillion other books that are in this series


  10. Miranda Reads Miranda Reads says:

    35 stars Loved the movie finally got to read the bookReview to comeAudiobook CommentsRead by Anne Hathaway which it was too cool Unsurprisingly she rocked itYouTube | Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Snapchat mirandareads Happy Reading


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10 thoughts on “The Princess Diaries

  1. Cristina Monica Cristina Monica says:

    There’s a reason why this series has such low ratings but has been read by so many peopleIt has a uniue concept Unpopular high school girl becomes a princess overnight? A dream come true for many girls just not MiaMia is ‘‘struggling’’ and her struggles are hella entertaining Of course her struggles consist of being single unpopular forced to go to princess lessons with her dreadful and one dimensional grandmother as well sucking at maths among other eually life altering strugglesSnort It’s ridiculous It really isBut the thing is although there is no lesson to take from this book except maybe that a princess’ life is not perfect – and some of its content CAN be seen as offensive it was never written to teach or impressIt was never written to claim a spot in your list of TOP 10 BOOKS YOU HAVE TO READ BEFORE YOU DIENoIt almost reads like a parody of an American teenage girl’s life It was written to remind you that sometimes it’s good to let your reasonable mind take a break and plunge into something so bad it’s actually good If you’re able to do that Mia is naïve immature close minded and dramatic – so not the kind of heroine I admire – but she grows on you one way or another as imperfect as she may be Because she feels so much and because she is herself through and through Many people are telling her all that she should do better and all that is wrong with her – and maybe she SHOULD listen – but she’s struggling to understand who she is and you can only do that if you allow yourself to be who you are first Basically it’s trashy repetitive cliché under developed poorly written cheesy corny unrealisticI shouldn’t even be giving it a four star rating but so sue me I HAD SO MUCH FUN READING IT Blog | Youtube | Twitter | Instagram | Google | Bloglovin’

  2. Shannon (Giraffe Days) Shannon (Giraffe Days) says:

    If you've seen the movie version this book takes up about the first third or maybe half of the movie from what I remember but don't let that fool you into thinking nothing much happens in this bookMia Thermopolis lives in Manhattan with her artist mother Helen going to a private school called Albert Einstein High and spending the summers with her father and his mother at her chateau in France She knows they're rich but she thinks her dad is just a politician At school she's unpopular and has triangular hair; her best friend Lilly has her own tv show and is trying to expose the racism of the Chinese owners of the deli across the road for discounting Asian students 5 cents; she's in love with the most popular boy at school Josh who doesn't even seem to know she's alive; she's failing Algebra; and her mum is going out with her teacher Mr Gianini Life is already a bit of a strain and when her dad tells her he's the crown prince of Genovia and since his testicular cancer has left him unable to have children Mia is now the heir to the throne it becomes even unbearableShe's seriously not happy about the news but makes a compromise with her Dad that she'll keep going to school like normal but would spend the summers in Genovia doing the princess thing She wasn't expecting her formidable grandmother to come to New York to give her princess lessons and she wasn't expecting the same grandmother to leak the story to the press Now she's suddenly popular but it's the last thing she wantsMia is effortlessly engaging her voice and personality coming through strongly in her diary entries She's funny without meaning to be insightful without realising it reveals than she intends and so allows the reader to not only really get to know her but also see what's going on clearly than she does as she's blinded by her own interests passions and opinions It's actually very cleverly written and very funnyThe grandmother is a scary character Julie Andrews really toned the character down for the movie she wears a purple turban smokes a lot drinks her favourite cocktail all the time and comes across as somewhat harsh and even cruel She certainly intimidates her son Phillipe and anyone else who crosses her path She may have met her match with Mia and I can see that as Mia slowly grows matures and yes transforms she'll probably have a softening effect on her grandmother as well She's certainly got an interesting past but we only get hints of it at this stageEssentially what saves this book from being just another YA journal style teenage girl gushathon is Mia's liveliness her spirit her humour and well her She's a wonderful protagonist and a good role model not that she doesn't make some pretty silly mistakes and choices along the way She's also a familiar character and reminds me that what's considered ordinary usually disguises something pretty extraordinary Plus I love her summing up of Marx's contradictions of capitalism; despite the fluffy pink cover this is no Gossip Girls kind of book Mia's not into having the latest crap she's a conscientious worrier and wants to join Greenpeace to save the whales She's a bit of a dag really and that makes her infinitely likeable even loveable

  3. emma emma says:

    THIS BOOK IS A MODERN CLASSICHonestly I read this book in middle school and I still like it Can you believe that? This book is so good that it makes current brilliant cool me agree with twelve year old me who loved Justin Bieber and thought Aeropostale graphic tees were the height of fashion It's miraculous Also I'm amazing Just thought I'd clarify that in case my previous statement hadn't made it clearAnyway this is so so so so fun and surprisingly woke for having been written 18 years ago I truly enjoyed it and now have suckered myself into rereading this whole series which is like seriously a thousand books longBut wait I just realized Mia is 14 years old???? My god WAIT A DRUNKEN EIGHTEEN YEAR OLD KISSED HER I may have to deduct a half star andor take back that whole woke comment from a paragraph agoWhateverBottom line Is there anything better than rereading a dumb book you loved when you were dumb and being like oh wow this is actually crazy fun??????

  4. Whitney Atkinson Whitney Atkinson says:

    This book was entirely a blast from the past and reading it was like rewatching the movie because the two are so similar and nostalgic Obviously this book focuses on such melodramatic and cheesy plot points but the reason it was so fun was because of Mia's sass and exasperation with her entire situation I wish this book would have focused on her transition to princess life rather than trying to continue on as normal and keeping it a secret but I think that will be a lot unpacked in the future books of the series which I'm definitely interested in reading because they're so lighthearted and fun and it makes me feel 12 again when I read these Obviously there are some lines that wouldn't fly if this book were published today but overall this book held up over the decades and I think it was a ton of fun for young readers and as an adult

  5. Jessica Jessica says:

    I first read this series YEARS ago but thought it was time for a reread with A Royal Wedding coming out this summer I simply loved it I thought maybe since I'm so much older I wouldn't like it as much and that maybe I'd get annoyed even Freshman Mia can be a little dramatic but I didn't It was perfect Excited to continue reading on until the new book comes out In some ways I actually feel like I connect better with Mia now then I did before not because I'm a princess secretly or because I'm having boy problems But I never realized before how much Mia talks about being a vegetarian and animal rights and stuff It was pretty awesome I also love her mom and Fat Louie D view spoiler I forgot that Michael was into Mia so early on Isn't a bit odd that a senior likes a Freshman? Idk Maybe it's just me hide spoiler

  6. Dawn Dawn says:

    I never got around to reading this when I was the protagonist Mia's age and since the book and movie series became so popular I recently decided to take a trip back to childhood and finally read this book It was a uick read thankfully but I didn't find it nearly as endearing as the movie version which is substantially different from the novel The book seemed awfully light on plot and substance Character development was minimal and as a result most of the characters including Mia weren't as likable or relatable as they could have been Mia's melodrama became tiresome as did her best friend's egoThe story continues with the rest of the series so it probably improves but the first book didn't make me eager to read the second This may be my age talking but I suspect I wouldn't have been interested as a young teen either Overall I was underwhelmed The movie was touching but the booknot as much

  7. Shannon (leaninglights) Shannon (leaninglights) says:

    Honestly this book was a complete surprise for me I had never read it I know I know and I loved it So smart and clever and totally kick butt feminist This book was so ahead of its time when it was first published I don't know but I would guess there was backlash lol I can't wait to pick up the next one and I definitely recommend the audiobooks as well Anne Hathaway narrates the first three and she does an amazing job I could try and nitpick and find something to critiue but I honestly don't want to this was a great book

  8. April (Aprilius Maximus) April (Aprilius Maximus) says:

    THIS WAS SO ADORABLE AND HILARIOUS AND NOW I NEED THE REST OF THE BOOKS RIGHT NOW PLZ THX

  9. ✶Rachelle✶ ✶Rachelle✶ says:

    4 starsThis was way funnier than I thought it would be Mia is hysterical and Meg Cabot's writing style is right up my alley I'm looking forward to reading the gazillion other books that are in this series

  10. Miranda Reads Miranda Reads says:

    35 stars Loved the movie finally got to read the bookReview to comeAudiobook CommentsRead by Anne Hathaway which it was too cool Unsurprisingly she rocked itYouTube | Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Snapchat mirandareads Happy Reading

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