Hey Soman! I don’t know if anyone else has this problem but I don’t think I’m getting the ranking point whenever I log in
Ranking points sometes get delayed, so don’t be alarmed! Please be patient, I am sure Joann will soon update ranking points!
Do you have to log in every time, or can you jst leave the tab open and go on it every day? Cuz thats what I do
@nevereverafter Most people log in every day, or every few hours, depending on when they leave the site. But if you click ‘remember me’ on your next log in, you probably will not need to log in over and over anymore. I hope that this helped!
Hopefully you can do a tour in Canada I live in Edmonton Alberta wink wink nudge nudge XD would love to meet you guys someday *adds to bucket list * XD
Just a suggestion the handbook should totally include the poster i would definitly hang it up in my room
the release poster for book 3? I would love that, but if u mean another poster, I would love that too.
Hi Soman, so I’m in the middle of reading the last ever after, its amazing! How do you come up with these amazing idea? I found this green sticker on chapt 18 is it only me or does everyone else have it?
Just got the third book today!!!! And even finished the second book today! So excited to start the third book!
Do you know how old the characters are?
Tedros is two years ahead of Agatha and sophie, who are both 12 in the first book.
how did you know? tedros’s age is obvious ’cause of his coronation, but where did you learn the others?
@juliaofoakland – Agatha and Sophie are 12 in the first and 13 in the next and 14 in the last(the books are consecutive years I think). If Tedros is 16, then it proves that he is 2 years older. I think this is accurate…
That is probably incorrect. The kidnappings in Gavaldon happen to kids 12-16, so that doesn’t mean Sophie and Agatha are 12. I am guessing that they were thirteen or fourteen because they fell for a fouteen year old guy. Just saying.
@wolfhowl – Maybe they were 13, but in the third book, ***SPOILER(At least, in the third book)*** Agatha insists that she feels too young to be queen. If 16 is old enough to be king, then she might be younger than Tedros. Also, in the first book, it says that “4 years ago, she(Sophie) saw the same desperation to avoid the curse…” the 4 years ago…[Read more]
Hmmm… I always imagined Agatha and Sophie being 13 and Tedros 14 in book one. Then the two girls turning 14 somewhere in the second, and then 15 at some point during the third. That would make Agatha technically too young for the crown in LEA, but only a year younger than Tedros, who’d be turning 16.