Meet Oliver, a prince literally taken from the pages of a fairy tale and transported into the real world. Meet Delilah, the girl who wished Oliver into being. It’s a miracle that seems perfect at first. Sure, Oliver doesn’t know that you shouldn’t try to open your locker with a dagger or that there’s no such thing as “the ruler” of the local mall. But he also looks at Delilah as if she’s the only girl in the world—the only girl in any world—and Delilah can’t help feeling that being with him is a dream come to life.
But not every story can have a happy ending. Because the book wants Oliver back. And it will turn both worlds upside down to get him.
Oliver and Delilah will have to decide what—and who—they’re willing to risk for love and what it really means for a fairy tale to come true.
Full of humor and witty commentary about life, OFF THE PAGE is a stand-alone novel as well as the companion to the authors’ #1 bestseller Between the Lines. Fans of Sarah Dessen and Meg Cabot are sure to appreciate this novel about love, romance, and happily-ever-afters.
Hardcover, 384 pages
Expected publication: May 19th 2015 by Delacorte Press
* I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads giveaway in exchange for an honest review.*
So I have to admit that I wasn't sure how I would feel about this book but I was curious. I did not read Between the Lines before tackling this book and I had no trouble following along. Be that as it may, I was still really curious about how the first book played out and think that I may have really enjoyed it.
I found myself really liking the story and was able to move through it quickly. I think that it is a great story that some of the younger YA fans will really enjoy. Older fans will have no trouble enjoying it either, but I think that some may think it is too sweet and clean for their liking. The book was filled with romance, imagination, complications as well as humour.
I enjoyed getting to know all of the characters but I liked Oliver the most. I really enjoyed reading about his struggled to live in the real world versus the book. It made for some great moments. Who doesn't like a real life Prince Charming?
This book was a pleasant distraction from reality that I am glad to have had the opportunity to read. Although it is marketed as a companion novel I do think there would be a slight benefit to reading the first book beforehand to fully grasp how they got to be where they were.
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