SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT: Calling All Boy Fans

19th August 2019

Boys of the EverNever Army — now is your time to stand up and shine!

As part of a top-secret video we’re making, we are putting together a montage of boy SGE fans, and want YOUR voice to be featured in it.

For the chance to win a signed copy of Book 5 AND appear on EverNever TV, send us your video reaction to The School for Good & Evil series, answering the following questions:

1. Your thoughts about Tedros. What makes him heroic, or un-heroic? What are his strengths, his weaknesses?

2. Your favorite boy character in SGE and why.

3. Your favorite action scene in SGE. Fights, chases, escapes. Let us know all of them!

Send this video reaction to [email protected]

You can do this either as a YouTube Link, which you can make Public or Unlisted, so it’s private.

Or you can send it directly by attaching it in the body of your email, though your file will have to be under 25 MB.

For Girls — never fear, your own Special Assignment will come soon… And for 50 Points, feel free to answer the above three questions for yourselves!

80 Comments

  1. 1)Tedros is always what he seems to be. When I read the first book, I didn't like the smug attitude. But I had the opportunity to get to know him better in other books. Tedros doesn't suppress his feelings like other men. She doesn't hide her emotional or what she's like. That's my favorite feature.

    2) Chaddick, oh because he died before his own tale. He hasn't even had a chance to prove himself yet. but I'm sure he's better than the rest of the eternity, at least he died honorably :') :(

    3) My favorite action scene was to gather Merlin's other never and ever disciples and form an army against the old evil. Dude, they were so great, and crazzy

  2. i'm a girl, but ill do it anyway (plus i get 50 points XD)

    1- think tedros tries to be heroic, and is not a coward, but is sometimes not able to be heroic/ doesnt know how to do something yet doesnt want to get help. his weaknesess are that i feel like he often tries to help things when he shouldnt/ isnt capable of helping, and i feel like he feels like e has to prove that he is brave to others. but he is always very caring, trying to do the best for others, and brave.

    2- i cant decide.... either tedros or hort

    3- probably the circus of talents in book 1

  3. 1. I think Tedros is an elitist jer.k and that Aggie deserves better.

    2. Hort. He's sweet, vulnerable, and underrated. He's such a loyal character who has had a traumatic past and still tries to be the best individual he can be.

    3. The Circus of Talents. Nuff said.

  4. 1. Honestly, I feel like Tedros is extremely insecure and feels like Agatha will abandon him at anytime and sometimes clings to her too much.

    2. Probably Rafal, because he tried to deny his evil nessity like Sophie.

    3. All I can say is that I really enjoyed Book 3 and Beauty and the Feast. I weirdly like the parts when people eat ;-;

  5. 1. I think Tedros is one of the most emotionally-complex characters in the entire series. I believe he always feels as if he has to prove himself to both him and his peers, but is reluctant to accept or properly acknowledge any assistance or obstacles, as it would mar the perfect poster boy image he is constantly trying to maintain. Tedros is extremely sensitive to the emotions of others, and has shown numerous times that he can react well in situations where these emotions are displayed. However, he also executes acts of brashness and crudity, which leads him to appear arrogant. I believe he does this for a similar reason to my first point. He has to appear invincible in the eyes of his school peers, residents of Camelot, and all the Kingdom’s citizens, otherwise they lose faith in and think negatively of him. It’s as if being aware of others’ weakness makes him also look weak. This fact makes me think Tedros is conscious of how those around him perceive him, and cares deeply about this. Therefore, he continues with the mentioned poster boy image. The more people who hold a positive opinion of him, the more confident and at ease Tedros feels.

    2. Aric. He is a cinnamon roll.

    3. Ooooh there are so many! I think my favourite has to be during The Circus Of Talents, when Agatha manages to reveal the true souls of the wolves and fairies. I think it was an extremely poignant moment, and I feel so many things invisibly clicked into place in that scene. I felt really proud of Agatha, and was very moved by what Hester said about questioning her side. There were some adorable Hophie moments in Book 5, and the battle in Book 3 was like no other!

  6. 1. Tedros is overconfident, but he really tries to be a good king.

    2. Rafal, because it's sweet how he tried to love his brother and Sophie, all the while being a villain.

    3. When Hort rescues Sophie in book 5, but she decides to stay.

  7. I am a girl, but I still want to get the 50 points.

    For number 1, my thoughts about Tedros is that he is someone who is trying to prove himself to his friends and the entire kingdom of Camelot. The part that makes hime heroic is that he wants to save Camelot from Rhian and Japeth from stealing his throne. The unheroic part of him is that in the first book and sometimes throughout the series, he is so selfish and self-absorbed. His strengths are his friends and his devotion to his people. His weaknesses are his judgement toward others’ actions and his arrogance.

    For number 2, Tedros is my favorite boy character because he is complicated in a way most princes aren’t. He is very nice and helpful towards others, but can be really whiny and childish. As long as he isn’t being mean, he is my favorite character.

    For number 3, my favorite action scene is the final battle in Book 3. There are a lot of amazing action scenes and that is saying something because most book series do not have good action scenes. This was really hard to choose, but this one is my favorite.

  8. I am a girl, but I still want to get the 50 points.

    For number 1, my thoughts about Tedros is that he is someone who is trying to prove himself to his friends and the entire kingdom of Camelot. The part that makes hime heroic is that he wants to save Camelot from Rhian and Japeth from stealing his throne. The unheroic part of him is that in the first book and sometimes throughout the series, he is so selfish and self-absorbed. His strengths are his friends and his devotion to his people. His weaknesses are his judgement toward others’ actions and his arrogance.

    For number 2, Tedros is my favorite boy character because he is complicated in a way most princes aren’t. He is very nice and helpful towards others, but can be really whiny and childish. As long as he isn’t being mean, he is my favorite character.

    For number 3, my favorite action scene is the final battle in Book 3. There are a lot of amazing action scenes and that is saying something because most book series do not. This was really hard to choose, but this one is my favorite.

  9. I am a girl, but I still want to get the 50 points.

    For number 1, my thoughts about Tedros is that he is someone who is trying to prove himself to his friends and the entire kingdom of Camelot. The part that makes hime heroic is that he wants to save Camelot from Rhian and Japeth from stealing his throne. The unheroic part of him is that in the first book and sometimes throughout the series, he is so selfish and self-absorbed. His strengths are his friends and his devotion to his people. His weaknesses are his judgement toward others’ actions and his arrogance.

    For number 2, Tedros is my favorite boy character because he is complicated in a way most princes aren’t. He is very nice and helpful towards others, but can be really whiny and childish. As long as he isn’t being mean, he is my favorite character.

    For number 3, my favorite action scene is the final battle in Book 3. There are a lot of amazing action scenes and that is saying something because most book series do not. This was really hard to choose, bu this one is my favorite.

  10. 1: so tedros seems like this self obsessed, stupid brave guy but honestly deep down he's just an adorable cinnamon roll who is a little obsessed with Agatha

    2:idk probably Hort, he's really funny

    3:????I don't really have one

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