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Hi! So I recently finished book five and I LOVED it! I have many thoughts 💭! So I finally started to think Rhian was a great king and that he was meant to be king and then Japeth had to go ahead and kill him. Although I wonder if he’ll bring back Rhian when he becomes One True King ( guess I should say if )… Also why did Ted…[Read more]
Hey everyone, so I think I found a crack in the books…So in book 6, Sophie is talking to Rhian on how he tricked her into thinking he loved her and he replied – “I never told you I loved you, etc” but in book 4 at the end when he proposed to her he says, “I love you, Sophie”
In my opinion Rhian was pretending to be in love with Sophie but then he actually fell in love with her.
I agree with you Werobookworm, but she meant book four. You know, when Rhian proposes to Sophie in front of the whole Camelot at the VERY end of the book? when he has the sword in her back? Wow, I just realized that if someone who hadnt read SGE came on this site, they would be so confused and creeped out
@BDUB-PANERA yeah so i was re-reading book the series as you do and I remembered in book 5 Rhian said he never said I love you to Sophie, but at the end of book 4 before everyone knew he was lying, and when he proposed to sophie they kissed and he said I love you
The School for Good & Evil Binge-reading Challenge enters it’s fourth week tomorrow! Through March 24 – March 30, we will be reading Book 4, “Quests for Glory”… and remember next week, APRIL 7TH will be the release of the BOOK 5 PAPERBACK, with several preview chapters of Book 6!!!
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Hey guys! Might have figured something out. In book two, page 347, Tedros and Filip are talking while gazing at the blue forest.
There was this sentence, the I found funny. Here it is.
‘I still remember her face when they used to FLY THROUGHT the lane every spring, in BIG BLUE swarms…’
Now the reasons why I found this suspicious because
A) Fil…[Read more]
There’s a typo in book 5
On the chapter “The House of Number 63” or something I can’t remember everything correctly atm-
It says “Hort as certainly temped to”
I think he meant “tempted” if anyone got confused.
OK guys, so I had a thought that kinda makes sense to me but it’s about Guinevere. You know how the Camelot Courier practically had the truth about Rhian and stuff? Well Guinevere was the only maid in the castle who could hear because she chose to not speak. She could write though… What if Guinevere gave all the information to the Courier?
Who else loves the bit when Agatha and Tedros are about to go into the crystal and they’re splashing each other and it’s just sooooo cute!!
I love Agatha and Tedros’s relationship it’s so funny, sweet and adorable! Especially the part in book three where Agatha and Tedros share her chocolate, Tedros says “want to try?” And later when he denies Merlins feast without knowing it would be not just “old people food” Agatha responds with “want to try?” When she sees his dad puppy dog eyes!
The School for Good & Evil Binge-reading Challenge enters it’s third week tomorrow! Through March 24 – March 30, we will be reading Book 3, “The Last Ever After”!
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