After Mia reveals a document that proclaims Genovia a Democratic Monarchy, a bitter election ensues. Mia's father is running against a cousin who is using some questionable tactics. Meanwhile, Mia's novel - written under a pen name - is getting denied just as quickly as Princess Mia Thermopolis' college applications are getting accepted. What's a princess to do?
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This book is great. I have enjoyed the entire meg cabot princess diaries books and this was one of the bests. I enjoyed how the performer read it as if each character was her friend and her voice really works for the characters. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes meg Cabot or the princess diaries series. Also to anyone who likes princesses or drama. I'd give this a perfect review because it's a perfect book and also I love how the characters are ones that I find myself talking back to often which I find very amusing. Have a good time reading!!
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