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The Bottom Line: It's a light, quick & sweet book, so bibbidi, bobbidi...read!
I loved Cindy Ella, loved her friends, even loved her step family -- and her scenes with her dad and half-brother are classic.
Cindy Ella, Robin Palmer's debut novel, is a modern-day realistic Cinderella story without the fantasy elements.
GREAT FOR TEENS TO READ A MODERN DAY CINDERELLA STORY. ITS GOOD TO GET OUR YOUNG TO GET GOOD READING HABITS AND BOOKS THAT THEY COULD RELATE TO OR ENJOY IS A START.Published 14 months ago by cyn
I thought this was a good book.it had a good plotline and story, but it was also very repetitive.overall,I would recommend this book.Published 15 months ago by -A
What a wonderful 'happily-ever-after' in the most un-traditional way! I love Cindy's character - fresh, funny, and true to herself! Read morePublished 17 months ago by Gunnymom
The Low Down: A teen twist on an old favorite, Cindy Ella tells the familiar tale of stepmother, stepsisters, fairy Godmother, Prince Charming and unexpected... Read more
Terrific book i have no commentz! balalalskdbdndnssndnsnsnsnsns sbd snd sbd zbx snd snss sbdd snsns sbs sorry i just needed.14 more wordsPublished 24 months ago by Hyojung Yang
Bought this for my fiance, but it seems to be a bit below her maturity level (24). She likes them, but they are perhaps a bit juvenile she said. Read morePublished on January 4, 2013 by striker19HB
I just finished this and I must say that it really was cute. There were certain moments that I was really drawn in and wanted to read more and more and more. Read morePublished on September 1, 2012 by Synful Pinion
For most of her life, Cindy Ella Gold has managed to remain relatively invisible -- no small feat considering her name's unfortunate resemblance to a certain famous fairy tale... Read morePublished on May 26, 2012 by Ruth Anderson