A Hole in the World

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A Hole in the World

A Hole in the World Bianca s life is tediously normal until the day she rescues a fairytale princess from a troll Then everything changes and Bianca finds herself being thrust into the role of Prince Charming whether sh

  • Title: A Hole in the World
  • Author: Sophie Robbins
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Bianca s life is tediously normal until the day she rescues a fairytale princess from a troll Then, everything changes and Bianca finds herself being thrust into the role of Prince Charming whether she likes it or not.Despite her misgivings, she s drawn to the strange Princess and her ways and before she knows where she is she s forced to fight for her love and her lifeBianca s life is tediously normal until the day she rescues a fairytale princess from a troll Then, everything changes and Bianca finds herself being thrust into the role of Prince Charming whether she likes it or not.Despite her misgivings, she s drawn to the strange Princess and her ways and before she knows where she is she s forced to fight for her love and her life.Other comments reviews the story just fascinated me from beginning to end I loved the idea in general, the hole between worlds, the princess in distress the not quite Prince Charming It s witty and lovely and rather epic and all sorts of gripping I loved the characterisation, I loved the relationship between Bianca and Alexandra, I loved the gang was just an awesome read, tyvm This was absolutely adorable, it captured everything i love about ya fiction and had amazing characterizations throughout Some of my favorite YA books are the fantasy realism fusions and i really felt this GOT it I also loved the f f aspect because I find that queer YA books are generally dramatic hs plots instead of ever venturing into fantasy etc.

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    1. Book Worm on said:

      Such a sweet little fairy tale. I really enjoyed the story.What if you are a 15-year-old ordinary girl who has just been expelled from an all-girls school for burning down the library and suddenly find yourself the Prince Charming of a beautiful princess? What if you actually fall for said princess, but are too afraid to fess up? What if there is a plot to steal this princess from you? Would YOU enter the fairy-tale world and brave the dangers in your path?I'm not sure I would, but I'd like to t [...]

    2. Rosen Trevithick on said:

      A Hole in the World is not just a charming story but an inspiring example for us all - its writer, Sophie Robbins, is only eighteen and has already topped the best seller chart for her genre, (Gay and Lesbian Kindle books.)The story is basically a fairy tale with a modern twist. The protagonist, Bianca, rescues a Princess from another world and, as is often the case in a good romantic story, is the last to notice that she's fallen in love. However, it looks as though Bianca may have left it too [...]

    3. T on said:

      this book started off a bit slow for me, but as soon as you meet our 'prince charming' this story just took off. i found myself laughing and smiling the entire way through.i will be looking for more books from this author.i definitely recommend this book to everyone.

    4. Byron on said:

      Ok, where to start?I think this is Sophie's first book and can I just say, YOU WOULD NOT KNOW FUCKING AWESOME READ!!!!!!!!I really didn't know what to expect, the blurb sounded interesting so I went and bought it.This is a brilliantly created set of characters. Each of them (and there are more than two mains), has a distinct personality, has a great dialogue, and really mesh's well with the other characters.The plot whilst not original in context, is to me, original in the story telling. I guess [...]

    5. Nikki on said:

      A Hole in the World isn't a very mature story, and the writer has a long way to go, but I did find it pretty fun all the same. I loved the set of friendships going on between characters, the fact that not everyone had to be paired up, the fact that Bianca and Scotty are best friends and say "I love you" That aspect of it made the story feel more mature than it could have done, because it wasn't all about Bianca and Alexandra, and while it has a happy ending, it's not all wish fulfillment. People [...]

    6. Jud on said:

      A fantastic book written really well. I am really surprised this is the only story that Sophie Robbins has published, she is bound to have at least a couple more that she could give us! I'm a massive fantasy fan and particularly the fairy tale sort, so this book had me excited and I was intrigued by the twist of the female Prince Charming. On that particular point I have to say that Sophie's writing really portrayed the perfect nervous teenage 'i'm not sure about this' emotions while also making [...]

    7. Kath Middleton on said:

      In theory I wouldn't enjoy this book. It's a relationship driven, romantic fairy tale which features and is probably aimed at young adults. In fact, it's exactly the genre I wouldn't read. However, it was one of the Christmas Gifts, donated by authors - thank you Sophie, you did me a favour! It was beautifully written and the author engages the reader in a remarkable way. The story is interesting, the pace is sustained and the end is quite exciting. Even those of us long out of our young adulth [...]

    8. Lorraine Versini on said:

      What a beauty of a book. You might read the blurb and think "Pah, a fairytale" but what a fairytale ! And it's not just for kids !I guess teens will have no problems identifying themselves to the characters, who have great interaction between each other, and transform this story into a wonderful story of love and friendship. Everyone would envy Bianca for having friends like hers. I'm well grown up now. I don't really do young adults usually. Yet this story made me really nostalgic of what it wa [...]

    9. ✿Claire✿ (Tiny Owl) on said:

      A really well written first book from Sophie Robbins. She turns what is a very common and simple premise (Prince Charming rescues Princess, they fall in love and live happily ever after) on its head. Prince Charming isn't a Prince, the Princess gets stuck in our world and, of course, love's course never runs smoothly. Add in some teenage hormones and you have A Hole in the World. I really liked the characters and the way they interacted. The acceptance of Bianca's love interest (trying not to sp [...]

    10. Anita on said:

      Well written lovely tale of friendship, full of adventure & well worth reading. I loved it!

    11. Flowerscat on said:

      The story itself has lots of potential, but the writing was below par.

    12. Geoff (G. Robbins) (merda constat variat altitudo) on said:

      I love this fairy tale. All the classic elements: princess, prince charming, monsters, even a troll. So what's different? Well, it's 2010 for a start. A story with real heart.

    13. Wayne Spiceland on said:

      Not often given to superlatives, I still have to say Part One was awesome. Tremendous fun. Bianca is one of the most enjoyable characters I've come across in a long time, since Kate Genet's excellent Michaela and Trisha, maybe. And Scotty's okay in a best friend but not boyfriend way. Daisy's a hoot, and Alexandra grows on you as Part One progresses. The author's grasp of teen dialogue is right-on, or, I suppose, spot-on is more appropriate. Her handling of the teen angst Bianca experiences as s [...]

    14. Janey on said:

      *Review copy provided by and review previously published on the sadly defunct bookstackreviews*SummaryHer career at boarding school ended by a small fire in the library, Bianca has to settle down at the local school – made bearable only because best friend Scotty is there. The last thing she really needs right now is a Princess who needs rescuing and anyway, what do you DO with a Princess once you’ve rescued her? ReviewIt’s hard to make friends when everyone else has known each other for y [...]

    15. Ayse on said:

      the first half of the book, set in the real world, is really good -- well paced, well scripted, believable. The second half, set in the fantasy world, is a completely different case: way too much happens in a very short time, with little by way of description, set-up or follow through. One of the great joys of fantasy is that the descriptions and action go on for hundreds of pages. there are very few slim fantasy novels, and this one shoved almost a trilogy's worth of action into 40 or so pages. [...]

    16. June on said:

      A Hole in the World is, in my opinion, a very easy and quick read. Overall, the tone was light along with a constant plot that keeps things moving on. I will say that this novel is somewhat simple, in a sense that if you are looking for depth and characterisation of the characters or emotional investments, I can say right now that this is not the book for you.The author writes fluidly and states things straight to the point, an aspect that I thoroughly enjoyed throughout my read. Although the ch [...]

    17. William Dickerson on said:

      This was a wonderful twist on the typical story of a princess looking for her Prince Charming. When Bianca is a child, she finds a hole in a wall that leads into a dark cavern, and the memory of that hole stays with her until she is a teenager and she goes back to see where that hole leads. Down the path, she finds a young lady trapped in a cage. It turns out that she is a princess named Alexandra who has known from before her birth that some day her Prince Charming would save her. Bianca ignore [...]

    18. Jaylee on said:

      DNF at 9%.Reason: couldn't believe parents wouldn't ground their child for burning down school property and getting expelled. Also her best guy friend is like "one of my friends will prob try to grope you all the time so your boobs might be sore by the end of the day LOLOLOLOLOL" and no one mentions this is bullshit. ALSO the entire plot is "I went into a hole once and now it has a mysterious pull on me that makes me want to go into the hole again" which is uh. i mean. :/ Not super compelling.

    19. Yaoiangel on said:

      Truly MagnificentThis story was truly beautiful and exciting. The author did a great job incorporating characters and creating a moving story. Through the playful wording and intense scenes, you felt that you were almost watching a film taking place and enjoying a true love story that encompassed a pure love between two young maidens. Again, TRULY a delight to read. MARVELOUS!!! ^-^

    20. Hayley Jones on said:

      Really enjoyed this book. The characters were great and there was stuff that made me laugh. The characters were fun to read and I enjoyed the romance. The other world was interesting but I wish there had been more on it. I did like the way they stayed in the princesses world at the end as it seemed to work.

    21. Dan Guy on said:

      This is not my normal read, and I have a feeling that a slightly geeky 30something Man is not really the target audience.Despite this I found it really compelling and a great read. There were twists and turns that kept me coming back for more.A very good book that I would definitely recommend to others :)

    22. Sajiko on said:

      I had my misgivings at first which is why even though I bought this from kindle awhile back it stayed in the back burner gathering digital dust. And because I needed a quick book to read short but not too short I decided to read it and I'm glad I did. I always wanted to read a lesbian fairytale and this book embodies it I honestly don't know why I waited this long to read it.

    23. Andrea Brokaw on said:

      Very cute and very sweet. Admittedly, I found the villains shallow, but as they were fairy-tale villains that seemed alright. All in all, this was a fun book and I'll be looking foward to Sophie's next work.

    24. Amy on said:

      Did not love the writing. Lovely storyline, a modern day play on the traditional fairy tale. Instead of a prince rescuing a princess, a girl and a princess rescue each other. However, it was written choppily, and at a low level. Love the lesbian tale, not a fan of the writing.

    25. B. Hale on said:

      I completely understood why she left, I would have too. The pairing was nice &. I also Loved the storyline and the awesome friends Bianca apparently has. Total sucker for happy endings! This book delivered!

    26. Joy on said:

      A teenage girl crawls through a hole in a wall only to find a princess who needs rescuing. It started out good--the our-world part is well-done, but the fantasy world seemed thin and I found myself skimming by the end.

    27. Ariel on said:

      This was an all right book. I am always in the mood for a good lesbian love story. I almost enjoyed daisy and Cory's relationship more than Alexandra and Bianca's. Not a terrible story. Not great either.

    28. Lucy Busker on said:

      I'm giving the book some extra credit for going in a very different direction from what I expected. I won't go into detail, because spoilers, but it's definitely an unusual version of "person falls into other world," and not just because of the adorable lesbians.

    29. Breyonna Morgan on said:

      I love this book. The main character's life is very similar to mine.

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