DisneyGroup sent me a copy of to check out but the opinions of the book are my own and my daughter’s.
This weekend saw the debut of the Maleficent: of . This is the sequel to the 2014 hit movie Maleficent. If you’ve seen both movies you know the doesn’t pick up immediately after the first movie and while we can fill in a few details that transpired much of that time gap remains a mystery.
This is where alike. At the same time, Maleficent learns how to let go of the past. The details Queen Aurora’s first big challenge negotiating a truce between and . comes in….kind of. Set only a few months after the conclusion of the first movie, Aurora becomes the ‘s new Queen. Now, Queen Aurora must find a way to rule over her of and
The first thing prospective readers will want to know is that Heart of the Moors is placed chronologically between the two movies but the recently released sequel does not build upon or extend the story from Heart of the Moors. Rather characters and storylines diverge and Heart of the Moors represents one continuation of the story whereas Maleficent: Mistress of Evil is an alternate story. Both stories are excellent you should read and watch them both in whichever order works best for you.
a of this . is targeted for ages 8 – 12 so when Disney Group sent me a copy of the I knew my 12-year-old daughter needed to be the first in the family to it. To say she it is an understatement – she became
The 310-page novel was finished in only 2 days and she every moment! As many parents can relate, once your child finds that that he/she must (sometimes at the expense of their own needs) you have a problem on your hands.
By the time I got my hands on the I found it to be an easy and enjoyable that might be targeted towards the pre-teen age group but can be by Disney fans of any age.
In the event you don’t win, be sure to get your copy at Amazon for $12.39 hardcover or on for $10.99here.
About The Author
Holly Black is a number one “New bestselling . With over 30 fantasy novels to her credit which have been translated into 32 different languages, her credentials are impressive.
Some of her titles include The Spiderwick Chronicles (with Tony DiTerlizzi), The Modern Faerie Tales, The Curse Workers, Doll Bones, The Coldest Girl in Coldtown, The Darkest Part of the Forest, the Magisterium series (with Cassandra Clare), The Cruel Prince and the #1 New York Times Bestselling sequel, The Wicked King.
She has been a finalist for an Eisner Award, and the recipient of the Andre Norton Award, the Mythopoeic Award and a . She lives in New England with her husband and son in a house with a secret door.
If you read the article when it was first published and are returning now you know that we had a fun giveaway. Readers had a chance to win a copy of the book plus a Maleficient throw blanket. We already selected a winner (Vicki V) but Disney fans don’t despair you can still get your copy of the book here.