The Secret Life of Prince Charming

The Secret Life of Prince Charming

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Seventeen-year-old Quinn has heard all her life about how untrustworthy men are, so when she discovers that her charismatic but selfish father, with whom she has recently begun to have a tentative relationship, has stolen from the many women in his life, she decides she must avenge this wrong.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, c2009
Characteristics: 322 p. ; 22 cm
Edition: 1st ed
Audience: Ages 12 up
ISBN: 9781416959403
1416959408
Call Number: TEEN FICTION CALETTI

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Cynthia_N Jul 30, 2014

I didn't really enjoy reading this book but I did end up being glad that I finished it.

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friendship
Jul 04, 2011

I am suggesting this book to a friend who is often in unhappy relationships.

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Riceyy
Mar 24, 2011

It is true that the front cover may be a bit misleading for this story. But wow, what an amazingly light yet profound book. There were so many moments where I was inspired and touched by Deb Caletti's writing. There was so much insight into love and relationships and the meaning of life. Despite this, the novel was still hilarious, and the characters were so real. beautiful book, one of her best.

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aahm75
Dec 22, 2010

Picture on book cover seems misleading. ;P But the book is great! (Definitely not the typical teen romance.) Good insights from various characters on what defines/makes a good relationship. And learning from mistakes and how to be conscious of oneself when finding or going into a relationship.

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jhahn
Feb 22, 2010

Interesting format--First person story interspersed with thoughts about relationships written by other characters in the story.

Good book about relationships--male/female, parent/child, sisters.

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loemily96 Jul 16, 2013

loemily96 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 16 and 11

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Musiclover19
Jun 14, 2013

"sometimes you think you've found love, when it's really just one of those objects that are shiny in a certain light- a trophy, say, or a ring, or a diamond, even. Glass shards, maybe. You've got to be careful, you do. The shine can blind you. The edges can cut you in ways you never imagined. It is up to you to allow that or not. You are the protector of yourself."

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