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Soman please help.
My best friend and I are both massive fans of the series and joke about the similarities between Sophie and Agatha and her and I respectively.
For example, I’m the dark haired, sarcastic outcast with an aversion to make-up and feminine things while she is a blonde, make-up obsessed, kinda more girly girl. To emphasise this, she…[Read more]
Call me unrealistic and to join the club but I honestly think I would be quite good as Agatha (don’t hate me, Agatha aspirers). I’m quite a bit like her looks and personality wise. I look a lot like her on the cover of Book 3. I have pale skin, big eyes, and dark, short hair. I’m a bit muscular so I don’t have her exact physique. Peronality wise…[Read more]
You don’t selifh at all, trust me. I have longed to play Sophie for months. It would be so cool if we got the roles together!
Wouldn’t Mordred (Arthur’s son/ nephew) be heir to the throne of Camelot? He is older. Or are illigitmate inbreds not contenders to the throne? Is it just that we aren’t following the original Arthurian story.
I also find it quite funny that Agatha and Tedros are worried of history repeating itself with them as it did with Arthur and Guinevere…[Read more]
I have fanfics about the fact that not only Mordred but Morgana le Fay are missing.
Okay, I loved TLEA. I loved it. I have a playlist for it on my phone and the witty banter made me laugh and the Scorpion and the Frog bit was perhaps the best exchange I’ve read in a long time but there was something missing (no, not The End although that failed to make an appearance because the series isn’t over, I refuse to believe it will end.…[Read more]
What’s everybody’s favourite line from the book? Mine’s “You left the part out about being my queen because you love me.” Followed closely by “Agatha’s buttocks clenched.”
“Daddy likes milkmaids, Kept one in our basement.”
I’m trying to decide between two…
“No more running. No more hiding. The only way out is through a fairytale.”
And the ever so perfect…
“‘A tiny bit of course,’ she said softly. ‘But then I remember…’
Sophie looked back, smiling bright as a diamond.
actually I change mine,
And he thinks your children will look very…… interesting.
– A bird, Merlin and Princess Uma
I liked the part where Sophie complained that Cinderella threatened to sit on Sophie.
I already wrote both on the site , but I liked the one where Tedros and Agatha were in Hester, Anadil, and Dot’s room where they got all romantic. And also this one: “Please don’t use your boy voice in a girl’s body, my child. It’s a bad habit and reeks of cheap burlesque.” ~ Merlin
After all the twists and turns, what really surprised me about the book was the amount of ****** innuendos that Soman got away with putting in the book.
Well, even though Harper Collins (the publishing company) advertises the book for eight and up, Soman said he writes it for thirteen and up. It’s weird that Harper Collins would think an eight year old could read all that gory and ‘mushy’ content. I’ve read the other two books out loud to my nine year old sister, but I think I might wait a year or…[Read more]
I have an idea for the movie.
After the movie ends the credits roll. It’s the Tale of Sophie and Agatha with illustrated versions of some of the most important parts of the story. Instead of words it’s cast members and crew like regular credits with a song playing in the background (not the ones where it’s just on the black screen. The ones before…[Read more]
It’s been less than 24 hours since I finished TLEA and I have some questions keeping me up.
1. What happened to Callis after she died? Did they bury her? Burn her?
2. Was it planned this way from the beginning? Was it always going to turn out this way? Or was it not certain until the time came to write the book.
3. Why didn’t it say The End? It’s…[Read more]
I spy with my little eye, a Casablanca reference on page 527.
It ain’t over until the Storian writes the end and I saw no such words on the last page of this book.
Thank you so much for pointing that out. I was starting to lose all hope
Just because it’s not on the last page doesn’t mean that The Storian didn’t write “The End.”