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Ella Enchanted

by Gail Carson Levine

Ella Enchanted
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    May 1997, 240 pages
    Sep 1998, 232 pages

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Emma (02/21/04)

GREAT! One of my favourite books
GPC (02/12/04)

Hey KC,
I've met her and her husband David as well! She is so lovely! she signed all my books. Ella Enchanted is the best book of all time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I'Miss fantasy (02/12/04)

I LOVE this book. Iam 14 and I got it when I was 10! Ihave read it like a zillion times! I don't know about the movie though, its not like the book I'll still probably will go and see still though! Gail is it!!! (by the way is anyone else around from Ireland coz I'd love to talk to you coz i am!)
Emily (02/10/04)

Great Book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Fred (02/10/04)

This book is booring!
Christine (01/31/04)

Ella Enchanted was a great book. It was full of adventure, romance and totally suspenseful. It's really a page turner- I was up until 1:30 reading Ella, and then I finished it the next morning. This book was basically the Cinderella story, but much, much, much better.

Connie (01/25/04)

Ella Enchanted is the best and romantic book i have ever read.It seems like i'm right beside Ella during her long and hard jorney.She had given up <<edited for potential plot spoiler>> Read to find out what happen.
-Connie 4th garde
Rhian (01/20/04)

i loved this book it is an exilent read i found it very exciting and entertaining it kept me engulfed throught he whole thing i hope you all gret a chance to read it ^_^

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