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Enjoy Soman Chainani's complete New York Times bestselling series, the School for Good and Evil, in this hardcover box set, containing The School for Good and Evil, A World Without Princes, and The Last Ever After. Journey into a dazzling new world when best friends Sophie and Agatha enter the School for Good and Evil, where ordinary boys and girls are trained to be fairy-t Enjoy Soman Chainani's complete New York Times bestselling series, the School for Good and Evil, in this hardcover box set, containing The School for Good and Evil, A World Without Princes, and The Last Ever After. Journey into a dazzling new world when best friends Sophie and Agatha enter the School for Good and Evil, where ordinary boys and girls are trained to be fairy-tale heroes and villains. Sophie, with her glass slippers and pink dresses, thinks she'll earn top marks at the School for Good. Meanwhile, Agatha, with her shapeless black frocks and wicked black cat, seems a natural fit for the School for Evil. But when the two girls are swept into the Endless Woods, they find their fortunes are reversed. . . . The aftermath leads to unexpected paths, new alliances, and boys that divide them in an exhilarating quest to find their true Ever After. Soman Chainani has created a spectacular world that Rick Riordan, author of the bestselling Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, says "reimagines the world of fairy tales and will make you question who is good and who is evil" and Newbery Honor–winning author Ann M. Martin calls "a fairy tale like no other, complete with romance, magic, humor, and a riddle that will keep you turning pages until the end."


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Enjoy Soman Chainani's complete New York Times bestselling series, the School for Good and Evil, in this hardcover box set, containing The School for Good and Evil, A World Without Princes, and The Last Ever After. Journey into a dazzling new world when best friends Sophie and Agatha enter the School for Good and Evil, where ordinary boys and girls are trained to be fairy-t Enjoy Soman Chainani's complete New York Times bestselling series, the School for Good and Evil, in this hardcover box set, containing The School for Good and Evil, A World Without Princes, and The Last Ever After. Journey into a dazzling new world when best friends Sophie and Agatha enter the School for Good and Evil, where ordinary boys and girls are trained to be fairy-tale heroes and villains. Sophie, with her glass slippers and pink dresses, thinks she'll earn top marks at the School for Good. Meanwhile, Agatha, with her shapeless black frocks and wicked black cat, seems a natural fit for the School for Evil. But when the two girls are swept into the Endless Woods, they find their fortunes are reversed. . . . The aftermath leads to unexpected paths, new alliances, and boys that divide them in an exhilarating quest to find their true Ever After. Soman Chainani has created a spectacular world that Rick Riordan, author of the bestselling Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, says "reimagines the world of fairy tales and will make you question who is good and who is evil" and Newbery Honor–winning author Ann M. Martin calls "a fairy tale like no other, complete with romance, magic, humor, and a riddle that will keep you turning pages until the end."

30 review for The School for Good and Evil Series

  1. 5 out of 5

    Abby ~Sign Please~

    Soman Chainani's first series of books is outstanding! Truly a five-star author! Soman Chainani's first series of books is outstanding! Truly a five-star author!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Grace

    Honestly,this series has to be one of the BEST I have ever read. It was imaginative,funny,and I loved the characters. I was entrapped in this series. I couldn’t put the books down. These books take a new spin on the world of classic fairy tales with two incredible characters,Sophie and Agatha. A princess and a witch. When the two girls are dropped into the opposite school of where they thought they’d end up, their lives change forever. The two girls fates are connected in ways they never would h Honestly,this series has to be one of the BEST I have ever read. It was imaginative,funny,and I loved the characters. I was entrapped in this series. I couldn’t put the books down. These books take a new spin on the world of classic fairy tales with two incredible characters,Sophie and Agatha. A princess and a witch. When the two girls are dropped into the opposite school of where they thought they’d end up, their lives change forever. The two girls fates are connected in ways they never would have expected. These books completely pulls you into the world of Evers and Nevers (Good and Evil). This is the perfect book for any fairy tale/fantasy lover.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chloe Montgomery

    Sophie's dream is to getting captured by the school master and believes she will with her pretty dresses and long blonde hair she would make the perfect princess in the school for good earn to be a princess and Agatha with her obsession of only wearing black and living in a graveyard seems like the proper fit for the school of evil but when the rules are reversed what will they do to get things back where they belong? I recommend this book to people who like Fantasy romance and suspense. If you Sophie's dream is to getting captured by the school master and believes she will with her pretty dresses and long blonde hair she would make the perfect princess in the school for good earn to be a princess and Agatha with her obsession of only wearing black and living in a graveyard seems like the proper fit for the school of evil but when the rules are reversed what will they do to get things back where they belong? I recommend this book to people who like Fantasy romance and suspense. If you read this book u have to read all 3 to completely know this story. I really enjoyed this book and gave me a new perspective on fairytales.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jessie Kohl

    Only giving it three stars cause the overall plot is at least interesting and dang these books are page turners. However out of the entire series there's literally only one likeable character and he doesn't get good until book 3. Also this story does well enough as a trilogy I really didn't need any more. Only giving it three stars cause the overall plot is at least interesting and dang these books are page turners. However out of the entire series there's literally only one likeable character and he doesn't get good until book 3. Also this story does well enough as a trilogy I really didn't need any more.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Team Orange

    I read the first page, and I was hooked. Ever since, I've read all the School for Good and Evil books that have come out, and I can't wait for the release of the 6th book, which hasn't even been announced yet! I love Soman Chainani's books, and I definitely recommend this book to fairy tale lovers and the people that like the classic fairy tales put into a school. I read the first page, and I was hooked. Ever since, I've read all the School for Good and Evil books that have come out, and I can't wait for the release of the 6th book, which hasn't even been announced yet! I love Soman Chainani's books, and I definitely recommend this book to fairy tale lovers and the people that like the classic fairy tales put into a school.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lyra

    An engaging YA Fantasy series that offered another twist on the now oft-repeated theme of a school for magic.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Alexander

    This was really hard to understand story, because every time they were changing. The good and evil. But am I am absolutely sure you'll like the ending!) This was really hard to understand story, because every time they were changing. The good and evil. But am I am absolutely sure you'll like the ending!)

  8. 4 out of 5

    Angela Lam

    My teenage girl recommended this long ago so when I stumbled upon the ebook I thought, why not? The first book started out interesting. I liked the spoofs on the simplistic fairy tales with their princesses in pink saved by gallant princes, saving the world from evil witches, villains and their sidekicks. But by the 3rd book I was getting bored. Weak plot, tiresome characters, and the endless whining and lamenting about their Happily Ever Afters.... That's for the first 3 books. My review for th My teenage girl recommended this long ago so when I stumbled upon the ebook I thought, why not? The first book started out interesting. I liked the spoofs on the simplistic fairy tales with their princesses in pink saved by gallant princes, saving the world from evil witches, villains and their sidekicks. But by the 3rd book I was getting bored. Weak plot, tiresome characters, and the endless whining and lamenting about their Happily Ever Afters.... That's for the first 3 books. My review for the last 3 books were 2 stars... Because the character development continued to be disappointing to the end and half the time I want to slap the main characters instead of support them. And I guess it just felt more irritating as the series dragged on. These served as brainless time fillers for a few weeks but I won't really recommend buying the series. Maybe just read book 1 for the fun of it but don't bother following the series. there are many better books out there.

  9. 4 out of 5

    BookLOVER1748

    I highly recommend reading The School For Good And Evil! The School for Good and Evil is one of my personal favorite books to read and reread. Now, in all of the books I've read (which is a lot) this series stands out, two girls live in a world where normal people get chosen every 4 years to go to a school for good and evil, where they learn all about fairy tales, In this exiting tale, we read about how Agatha and Sophie go on a suspending journey to find love, and most importantly, survive. But I highly recommend reading The School For Good And Evil! The School for Good and Evil is one of my personal favorite books to read and reread. Now, in all of the books I've read (which is a lot) this series stands out, two girls live in a world where normal people get chosen every 4 years to go to a school for good and evil, where they learn all about fairy tales, In this exiting tale, we read about how Agatha and Sophie go on a suspending journey to find love, and most importantly, survive. But beware, for if ANYONE could predict anything that happens in this series they deserve an award! If you love fantasy, fairy tales, mystery, or just anything magic, you'll love this series.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Hannah Berns

    Such a cool story! These books I have read over three times each, and every time I read them, I learn something new. It was a super unpredictable plot that was carried beautifully through each book, until it settled on a conclusion that was very satisfying.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kassandra

    Really enjoyed this middle grade series but I know there are more future books! Which has me excited! However, I’ll admit I did not enjoy the second book as much as the first and third book so my rating for the three books altogether is 4.5 but goodreads does not give half stars!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ana

    Best book that I have ever read, and I would recommend this book to anyone trying to escape reality. I am in love with styles of writing and characters. I love to escape reality and these books have given me an opportunity to live in a different world.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Nicola Selwyn

    Fantastic This book was great, I have read the first three and the ending wasn’t what I was expecting. You learn a big secret about Agatha and Sophie, that they didn’t know until they read a certain fairytale about 2 characters.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Unreliable Booknerd

    I borrowed from the library and I couldn't say that i hate it! In fact, I 'm loving it every chapters in it.... If I stumble on this book again, I would definitely buy it..... One thing for sure, I love the hardback cover!! So beautiful... I borrowed from the library and I couldn't say that i hate it! In fact, I 'm loving it every chapters in it.... If I stumble on this book again, I would definitely buy it..... One thing for sure, I love the hardback cover!! So beautiful...

  15. 5 out of 5

    WVFBuckwell

    All 3 books r AWESOME!!!!!!!!!I read all #no spoilers

  16. 4 out of 5

    Anna Eastland

    They were all good, but they take along time to read. I really enjoyed these but they took forever

  17. 4 out of 5

    Katie Byrne

    Still one of my favorite fairy tale inspired series. It's dark, with interesting twists and truly makes you question what is good and evil in this world. Still one of my favorite fairy tale inspired series. It's dark, with interesting twists and truly makes you question what is good and evil in this world.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Lucy Collins

    Most of you have read enchanting fairytales about love and adventure like Cinderella or Snow White but have you ever wondered where they came from? Soman Chainani writes of a hidden school deep in the endless woods, The School for Good and Evil, in that school there is a tower and in that tower there is a Storian who writes all the fairytales. The Storian is an enchanted pen with it seems, a mind for itself. This captivating trilogy is full of love and adventure just like the classics but with Most of you have read enchanting fairytales about love and adventure like Cinderella or Snow White but have you ever wondered where they came from? Soman Chainani writes of a hidden school deep in the endless woods, The School for Good and Evil, in that school there is a tower and in that tower there is a Storian who writes all the fairytales. The Storian is an enchanted pen with it seems, a mind for itself. This captivating trilogy is full of love and adventure just like the classics but with a twist at the end that you didn’t see coming. Sophie and Agatha are best friends who were whisked away to the School for Good and Evil to learn to be good or evil. Taken from their home in Gavaldon they prepare to enter a fairytale but one thing went wrong. They are in the wrong schools. Sophie who has been trying to be the kindest and most beautiful her whole life was dropped in the school for evil and Agatha who wears black and lives in a cemetery is dropped in the school for good. They feel extremely out of place as they take their classes, but then you start to think, were they put in the right schools or are they even more out of place than before? Then Agatha meets Tedros and the Storian starts their story. When Agatha falls in love with the boy Sophie so desperately wanted, who is good and who is evil? In “A World Without Princes” Sophie and Agatha are once again challenged but this time not by good and evil, love or friendship but they are faced with boys and girls. Sophie and Agatha once again return to the School for Good and Evil but this time instead of good and evil it is the School for Boy and Girls where boys are stuck in the dark Evil Castle and girls in the beautiful Good castle learning that they don’t need boys to have a happy ending. Sophie and Agatha must choose between their true love and each other. Will Agatha choose Tedros and Sophie the Schoolmaster? As they make their decision though, it only tares them farther apart. Ultimately in “The Last Ever After” Agatha and Tedros must save Sophie from the Schoolmaster that she is so convinced that she’s in love with but when Sophie”s conditions of leaving the Schoolmaster are getting another chance to get Tedros to fall in love with her then what can Agatha do? The Sun in the Endless forest is darkening, The Tale of Sophie and Agatha has been open for too long, when the endless forest cannot have another story it will die. Agatha has no choice but to agree and when it all backfires a war erupts between the few good left and the massive army of evil. Will they close the storybook in time? Will the Schoolmaster achieve his master plan? You are left questioning to the end and when it has you just want more. This series is filled with suspense to the end and after each book is finished you are just left in greater awe. This series has got to be one of my favorites. There was just the kind of action and mystery that I needed. The evil characters in this book were just as lovable as the good at times and sometimes even more which gave an interesting thought to whether Evil was really that evil. If there was another book in the series I would get it as soon as I could and I strongly recommend any of these books to anyone. At times the characters make you groan or get upset but when you continue to read, it all comes together, Evil needs Good and Good needs Evil.

  19. 5 out of 5

    The Reader

    Warning: this review contains spoilers. If you have read the book, why are you reading the review? If you haven't read the book, READ IT. Seriously. Do it now. You won't regret it. And if you're weird, and like spoilers, read on, you weirdo! I first started the series back in 2013, when I saw the book on Amazon (I have a Kindle), out of curiosity. I assumed from the cover that it would be a simple, 100 page story for 7-10 year olds. Boy, was I wrong... The next 2 years of my life, I was flying th Warning: this review contains spoilers. If you have read the book, why are you reading the review? If you haven't read the book, READ IT. Seriously. Do it now. You won't regret it. And if you're weird, and like spoilers, read on, you weirdo! I first started the series back in 2013, when I saw the book on Amazon (I have a Kindle), out of curiosity. I assumed from the cover that it would be a simple, 100 page story for 7-10 year olds. Boy, was I wrong... The next 2 years of my life, I was flying through a thrilling adventure, funny, exciting, daring and romantic... It tells a simple enough story, about two friends, gothy, badass Agatha, and shallow, diva Sophie. Sophie's dream is to one day get her once in a lifetime placement at the School for Good, and graduate as the lovable protagonist of her own fairy-tale. She believes Agatha to be perfect for the sister school, the School for Evil, where the villains are educated. Agatha mocks her as delusional, and calls the odds of them ever going to this school ridiculous, considering only two children, both between the ages of 12 and 16 are chosen, and they only get one chance every 4 years. However, a day later, the two girls are at said school, one practising curtsies and learning how to speak Bird, the other reading step by step guides to murder and potion making. However, it may not be in the order you expect... In the second book, a World Without Princes, Sophie and Agatha are safe at home (I said there'd be spoilers.), with Sophie struggling with the idea of a domestic life with her honest, hardworking father and loving, kind hearted stepmother. When Agatha begins to miss her old school "friend" (we all know what that means, wink, wink), the barrier protecting the Reader world from the Story World is broken, with a price on both girls' heads. Can their new Army of Girls protect them? And is the mysterious Dean Evelyn Sader really all that she seems? Things are heating up in the final book: with Evil using love as their new weapon, villains are returning from beyond the grave to change their messy endings. Sophie now rules over the School with an iron fist, beside her King, handsome (like DAYUM!), black hearted (yeah, forget the DAYUM!) Rafal. Can Agatha and Tedros (DAYUM), with the help of a few familiar faces (warning: your childhood may be ruined after this), bring her back to the sweet, innocent little girl who wore WAY too much pink? Should they even try? All in all, the series is a timeless classic, and one of my all-time favourites, appealing to adult and child alike (but especially teenagers). Chainani (can I just register what an AWESOME name he has?), perfectly captures a young person's state of mind, through Agatha's insecurities, Sophie's depression from heartbreak and Tedros's reckless nature. Five stars, and I am very much looking forward to the upcoming Universal movie adaptation (providing they don't copy the directors of Percy Jackson, and ignore the plot of the books completely!) My only fault is that it is tragically underrated, and there is no fate worse for a book than to go unread. SO READ IT. Do it now. Trust me, you will thank me for this. Go now...

  20. 5 out of 5

    m_miriam

    The books in this series are generally longer than needed, there's a lot of back and forth between the main characters that instead of building the tension, sometimes make the series feel a bit tedious. Ultimately though I loved that the author plays with the ideas of how we are perceived and who has power. The author delves into the desire for true love and all the different forms it can take, as well as the need for multiple and different kinds of loving relationships to be whole; the question The books in this series are generally longer than needed, there's a lot of back and forth between the main characters that instead of building the tension, sometimes make the series feel a bit tedious. Ultimately though I loved that the author plays with the ideas of how we are perceived and who has power. The author delves into the desire for true love and all the different forms it can take, as well as the need for multiple and different kinds of loving relationships to be whole; the question of what makes a person Good (beautiful, worthy, faithful, etc.). I appreciate the way that Chainani leaves the reader feeling love and compassion, as well as disappointment and frustration with our heroes.I also like that friendships and tensions between girls are central to the series, and I was happy with the non-traditional happy ending.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Alexa

    I wish the ending to the third one was more romantic instead of bittersweet. But it was a good book to read that really made you think about being alone, in love, and in a relationship, whether that is romantic or friendly. I loved it! The only con would be the mean sarcasm in it and some fat jokes that seem innocent since it's between friends but if children read it and don't have sympathy or empathy, then they can take it as something that is ok to do. Oh and the author tends to interrupt sent I wish the ending to the third one was more romantic instead of bittersweet. But it was a good book to read that really made you think about being alone, in love, and in a relationship, whether that is romantic or friendly. I loved it! The only con would be the mean sarcasm in it and some fat jokes that seem innocent since it's between friends but if children read it and don't have sympathy or empathy, then they can take it as something that is ok to do. Oh and the author tends to interrupt sentences with hyphens a lot. But that's not a problem since it makes it feel like I'm watching a movie! Read this book if you dare! (view spoiler)[Also... I totally ship Sophort! (Sophie and Hort) haha(view spoiler)[ (hide spoiler)] (hide spoiler)]

  22. 4 out of 5

    Princess Giarah

    BEST SERIES EVER!!!!!!!!!!! Perfect for those who is searching for Romance, Action, Fantasy, Friendship, Magic Spells, and wants unexpected twists!! -reading the book 3-

  23. 4 out of 5

    Micah_moorellix92

    ok

  24. 5 out of 5

    Wawa

    AMZING SERIES!! READ IT IF YOU CAN!!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    These books were so good, would recommend.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Books on Stereo

    Overall an enjoyable series filled with awesome world building and great side characters. Check out my review: http://bit.ly/SchoolofGoodandEvilReview Overall an enjoyable series filled with awesome world building and great side characters. Check out my review: http://bit.ly/SchoolofGoodandEvilReview

  27. 5 out of 5

    Courtney Payne

    This book has its funny and hilarious. It’s cute and tells the story of two of the most unlikely best friends. Agatha is the kind darkness, while Sophie is the bratty light. I love it.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Allison

    best book ever! would totally read 10 times over

  29. 5 out of 5

    Amy Garnica

    MS to YA, I listened to book 1. I'm surprised it's a series. It definitely ended. Strong freak leads, questions of good vs evil and moral ambiguity all tied up in fairy tale trappings. very fun MS to YA, I listened to book 1. I'm surprised it's a series. It definitely ended. Strong freak leads, questions of good vs evil and moral ambiguity all tied up in fairy tale trappings. very fun

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mya

    The series is my absolute favorite it has romance, mystery, comedy and even some horror as well as fiction!

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