A Crystal of Time (The School for Good and Evil, Book 5) - Soman Chainani
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Editorial Reviews. Review. Wow. From the very first sentence, you know you're entering a thrilling world of strange fantasy A wild and dangerous fairy-tale ride.
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Today she writes about her thoughts on the fifth book: A Crystal of Time. This was a school of fairy tales, where witches and princesses, warlocks and princes were trained. In the end a select few would become the heroes and the villains of future storybooks. The tales would be recorded by a magical pen, The Storian. We learn about this whole world through the eyes and experiences of Agatha and Sophie, two friends whose destiny takes them to different places and brings them back together. The first book is followed by A World Without Princes , where witches and princesses are friends, and warlocks and princes become accomplices. The dividing line now becomes gender, instead of good versus evil.
In this fifth instalment in Soman Chainani's bestselling fantasy series, The School for Good and Evil, Sophie, Agatha, and their friends must find a way to overthrow the sinister evil that twists lies into the truth and seeks to rewrite their story. Now Agatha and the other students at the School for Good and Evil must find a way to restore Tedros to his rightful place on the throne and save Camelot — before all of their fairy tales come to a lethal end, and the future of the Endless Woods is rewritten forever Soman Chainani belives in fairy tales even more than the children of Gavaldon do. Soman is also an acclaimed screenwriter, whose films have played at more than film festivals around the world, winning more than 30 jury and audience prizes. Then he started writing The School for Good and Evil. Now he loses all the time.