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The School for Good and Evil #3: The Last Ever After Kindle Edition
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Take the School Master's entrance exam to find out if you're an Ever or a Never.
1) During a test, you notice your teacher’s answer key lying on the desk in front of you. You:
a) Alert the teacher that the answers are out in plain view.
b) Pretend it’s not there and do your test on your own.
c) Correct all your answers without guilt, since it’s the teacher’s fault that the key was left there.
d) Check all your answers but don’t correct the wrong ones.
2) On the first day of school, the most unpopular villain in the entire school asks if he can sit with you at lunch. Then you see the villains at the 'cool table' waving you over to sit with them. You:
a) Turn them down and sit with the unpopular kid.
b) Bring the unpopular kid over with you, even though they might turn you both away.
c) Leave the unpopular kid and sit with the cool villains.
d) Tell the unpopular kid you can hang out in secret but not when there are other people around.
3) During Swordplay, you’re sparring with a kid who absolutely despises you. When the teacher isn’t looking, the kid jabs you in a sensitive area. You:
a) Do nothing, believing that you’re above such thuggery.
b) Tell the teacher, even though the kid would be sent to the Doom Room of Beatings and Torture.
c) Jab back as hard as you can.
d) Ask to privately duel after class in the Blue Forest.
4) On an Evil team project in Henchmen Training, your teacher gives you all the credit, even though your teammate did most of the work. As a reward for the diligent work your teacher thinks you have done, he says you won’t have to eat gruel as usual for breakfast but will get chocolate chip pancakes for a week. You:
a) Tell the teacher it was your partner who deserves the pancakes.
b) Split the pancakes with your partner.
c) Eat your pancakes without guilt, ignoring the dirty looks from your partner.
d) Tell the teacher it was really a fifty-fifty contribution, hoping they’ll let your partner get pancakes too.
5) The date you’re taking to the Snow Ball develops a hideous acne breakout the day before the Ball. You:
a) Say nothing, since you’ll still have a good time.
b) Ask your date if there’s anything you can do to help clear it up.
c) Tell your date you don’t want to go out anymore, since you should have been warned he/she was prone to ill-timed breakouts.
d) Feign illness and don’t go to the Snow Ball.
6) You notice your best friend spending an awful lot of time with your crush. You:
a) Confront your friend about disloyal behavior.
b) Secretly stew and try to find a new crush.
c) Act mean to your friend and your crush as long as it lasts.
d) Deliberately embarrass your friend in front of your crush.
7) You’re the captain of your rugby team in the big match between Good and Evil. Your team is down one point with five seconds to go—and as you score the winning goal, you fumble the ball to the ground. The teacher/referee is from your school and calls it a goal. You:
a) Confess you didn’t score and tell the other team they win.
b) Ask your teammates what you should do.
c) Celebrate your goal as if it was real.
d) Take the win and confront your teacher afterward.
8) On a snowy day, people in your dorm tower leave their shoes outside their doors to dry. You notice a pair outside your neighbor’s door that are the ones you always wanted… but are just too expensive for you. Do you:
a) Admire them and keep on walking.
b) Try them on just to see what they look like.
c) Steal them, since your neighbor was dumb to leave such an awesome pair of shoes in the hallway.
d) Steal them, since your neighbor is rich enough to buy another pair.
9) Your parents leave you alone in their giant castle for a weekend. They give you strict instructions not to have friends over. Do you:
a) Spend the weekend by yourself.
b) Have two friends over, and tell your parents that you disobeyed them in order to prove you’re mature and responsible.
c) Throw a massive castle party that will make you popular at school.
d) Secretly have your best friend sleep over.
10) The night before your big Good Deeds exam, you hear Vex is throwing a secret blow-out party in the dungeons for both Good and Evil, which promises to be the party of the year. Do you:
a) Stay in your room and study for your test.
b) Study for an hour, then go to the party.
c) Get to the party early and stay as late as it goes.
d) Tell a teacher about the party, because you don’t think it’s fair to be put in this position.
To find out if you’re an Ever or a Never, tally your Good and Evil points using the system below.
A = Worth 2 Good points
B = Worth 1 Good point
C = Worth 2 Evil points
D = Worth 1 Evil point
If your Good score is higher, then you have been accepted into the School for Good! As an official EVER, you join some of the great heroes that have graduated from this school, including Peter Pan, Snow White, Aladdin, Cinderella, King Arthur, and Rapunzel. Your courses of study will include Beautification & Grooming, Animal Communication, Etiquette & Chivalry, and Good Deeds. You are encouraged to show Nevers the utmost respect, despite your differences—for they are not only quite dangerous, but also your colleagues in learning, despite their poor manners and hygiene.
If your Evil score is higher, then you have been accepted into the School for Evil! As an official NEVER, you join some of the legendary villains that have graduated from this school, including Captain Hook, the Snow Queen, the Big Bad Wolf, the White Witch, and Rumplestiltskin. Your courses of study will include Uglification, Henchman Training, Curses & Death Traps, and History of Villainy. You are urged to give Evers the utmost respect, despite your differences—for they are not only well-trained with weaponry, but also your colleagues in learning, despite their arrogance and tendency to wear tight clothing.
From the Back Cover
Everything old is new again as Sophie and Agatha fight the past as well as the present to find the perfect end to their fairy tale.
Once best friends, now enemies, Sophie and Agatha thought their ending was sealed when they went their separate ways. Agatha was whisked back to Gavaldon with Tedros, and Sophie stayed behind with the beautiful young School Master.
But as they settle into their new lives, their story begs to be rewritten, and this time, theirs isn't the only one. With the girls apart, Evil has taken over and the villains of the past have come back with a vengeance. Not only do they want a second chance at their fairy tales, but they mean to transform the old world of Good and Evil into a new dark realm with Sophie as its Queen. Only Agatha and Tedros stand in the way of Evil's deadly reign and the Last Ever After of all.
Soman Chainani delivers action, adventure, laughter, romance, and more fairy-tale twists than ever before in this extraordinary conclusion to the New York Times bestselling School for Good and Evil series." --This text refers to the paperback edition.
From School Library Journal
- ASIN : B00OY23ELM
- Publisher : HarperCollins; Reprint edition (July 21, 2015)
- Publication date : July 21, 2015
- Language : English
- File size : 7664 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 663 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #150,407 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Once again, everyone conveniently forgets that Sophie has done nothing but cause them misery and decides she must be saved from herself. Sophie, meanwhile, is convinced she's the one who's been wronged. I appreciate the attempt to show that everyone thinks they're the hero of their own story, but believing something does not make it true. Sophie is (surprise, surprise) yet again selfish, manipulative, and impossible to like even when she's being equally manipulated by the Schoolmaster.
What's worse, once again Agatha and Tedros insist on giving her chance after chance after chance, continuing to believe she's their best friend despite all evidence to the contrary. The book can tell us Sophie is why they're together all it wants, but the reality is that Sophie has done nothing but try to keep them apart. I do not care how many times the narrative goes on about how Agatha wouldn't have been able to open herself up to Tedros without Sophie, it doesn't make up for Sophie caring only about herself. It doesn't make her any less of a toxic presence who should be either left behind or at least asked to apologise for her behaviour and treated with a bit of caution instead of welcomed back with open arms.
I love so much of this series. Agatha and Tedros are wonderful. The side characters are some of my favourites, especially the coven of witches. The world is fun and entertaining. But Sophie -- or, more accurately, the insistence on acting as if Sophie and Agatha are equals rather than one selfish brat and one girl who has such a low bar for friendship that she keeps going back -- ruins all of that.
It wouldn't have taken much to make me love this series. I am a sucker for stories where the "bad guys" or the awkward, unloved misfits are shown to be heroes. Give me Wicked or Freaks and Geeks or a good piece of meta on Slytherin any day. But I cannot accept a series that says a girl who uses all of your insecurities to convince you to let her steal your boyfriend is a friend at all, let alone a best friend. I cannot accept a series that allows that girl to be taken back without the slightest attempt to make amends. I cannot accept that because some good accidentally came from her selfishness it's all ok. If I punch you in the face and it just happens to realign your jaw, it doesn't mean my punching you was a good thing. Yet that's what this series -- and this book in particular -- suggests with its incredibly flawed morality.
If you liked "The Sisters Grimm", "The Fairy Tale Reform School Series", old fashioned fairy tales,"Harry Potter", and maybe even Disney movies, then I encourage you to READ THIS BOOK! It by a long shoot has taken 1st place in my favorite book list.
Have fun reading! :)
Again a fun read, but be prepared for a poorly edited book with little to no preplanning. Feels like the author just sat down and wrote, but didn't go back to tighten up his ideas afterwards.
Would I have any luck returning it and ordering a different copy or is this possibly a problem with all of the books?
The story of The Last Ever After (LEA) takes place where the Evil has succeeded in overthrowing Good and becomes the only faction in the School for Good and Evil (renamed School for Old and New). It is up to our trio characters to find a way to stop the Evil headmaster from taking over the whole world and beyond. This story takes things to a whole new level by giving a lot of exploration on the past of our main characters which was only barely scratched upon in previous books. A lot of the revelations are quite shocking and I was not expecting them. And even though I still prefer the story to go for the lesbian relationship, I am OK with the ending.
The tone is handled very well, going from dark and gloomy to the usual goofy and fun almost flawlessly. Overall, this book is more matured than the previous ones and perhaps children might be a bit cautious when going into this.
I love this book. One of the best series I have read in years. Definitely recommending this.
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Why I Only Gave It 4 Stars Instead Of 5:
Soman keeps indicating that the 3 main characters aren't that smart (And he is a bit sexist all theough the series, but I don't really mind that. as I get that that is how the other world works.) One point on this is when Agatha and Tedros meet thes League of 13. Another when Hester, Anadil and Dot wak into Sopbie's lesson late with an excuse that shortly after, if your paying attention, is proved fake.
Other than that LOVE the book. :) :D C:
sorry for any grammatical, spelling or puntctuation mistakes…
I was very wrong, as I found that despite the war that had occured meaning losses of lives, the ending was someething special.
The whole book is about trying to find the perfect ending after Tedros and Agatha realize just how much Sophie means to them. The ending is not what the three of them expected but it was better than that.
Sophie finally saw that Agatha being happy was the best ever after and gave her enough happiness. Sophie also learnt that she never needed the love of a prince to have her grand ever after as no matter what Agatha would ALWAYS love her.
I hope this was a helpful review and you enjoy the book just as much as i did.
Agatha and Sophie's story of a troubled friendship and the school for good and evil continues with a variety of issues relating to boys, family, school and teachers. I have not found this story predictable in any way. It has shocked me, made me cry and made me feel the intense disappointments and anxieties of the characters. This has been very different to other books I have read. I enjoyed the arrival of the fairy tale characters we know and love. I was surprised that my daughter was ready for a book with so much depth as this but in fact it is these books that have made her turn a corner with her reading.
These are classics and will be talked about for years, I am telling all my friends to read them and I'm quite sure I will have to read them again. Enjoy !!