Review: The School for Good and Evil by Soman Chainani

Teen Guest Blogger: Nour

Two best friends, Agatha and Sophie, are taken away this year to the fabled School for Good and Evil, where normal children go to train to become the heroes and villains of fairy tales. Sophie, the most beautiful girl in Gavaldon, had always dreamed of being taken away to attend the School for Good. Agatha meanwhile, with her frocks and black cat seemed like the perfect fit for the School of Evil. But when the two girls arrive, Agatha is placed in the School for Good and Sophie in the School for Evil. Could this mistake be a clue to who the girls really are?

The School for Good and Evil is the perfect twist of a fairy-tale and wonderful novel for anyone seeking adventure and surprise. It has many and exciting adventures and I would recommend it to middle schoolers. It is a great read and worth taking the time to read.

Age Rating: Middle School

Star Rating: 5 out of 5

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