Nobody's Prize review È 103

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The Golden Fleece across the seas of the ancient world to Athens where her very future as ueen of Sparta is threatenedReplete with the characters and creatures of myth and interwoven with timeless coming of age experiences this rousing seuel to Nobody's Princess is award winning author Esther Friesner's thrilling thoughtful and fresh reimagining of the girlhood of the legend known as Helen of Tro. hmmm no better than the first one really plot and characters are decent but not really anything special writing style is a bit annoying wall the random italics when i want to catch up on my greek mythology i'll just read percy jackson though thank you very much XD

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Nobody's PrizeDetermined to become a beauty raised to be a ueen young Helen of Sparta refuses to be left behind when her older brothers enlist in the uest for the Golden Fleece why should boys get to have all the fun Accompanied by her friend the ex slave Milo and disguised as a boy herself Helen sets out to join the crew of heroes aboard the fabled ship the ArgoHelen soon faces all sorts of danger and intrigue. I didn't like the first book so I should've known better to waste my time on the second book but I read the word love on the back of the second book and couldn't help but look at it I was sorely disappointed I wouldn't recommend either of these books to anyone

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Nobody's Prize review È 103 × Determined to become a beauty raised to be a ueen young Helen of Sparta refuses to be left behind when her older brothers enlist in the uest for the Golden Fleece—why should boys get to have all the fun Accompanied by her friend the ex slave Milo and disguised as a boy herself Helen sets out to join the crew of heroes aboShe must use her wits to avoid her brothers' detection even as a devastatingly handsome boy catches her eyes and brash boisterous Herakles Hercules falls in love with her boy self In pursuit of the Fleece Helen faces warrior women deadly prophecies and a terrifying murderous princess Not to mention the start of her periodWith her beauty blossoming Helen's journey takes her beyond the mythology of. I'd be ueen of Sparta one day I'd marry because it would be my duty to have children and provide the land with its next ruler If I was lucky I'd choose my husband wisely and we'd love one another But between You must do this because you're a princess and You must never do that because you're a girl there was no time left for Do what you likebecause you're Helen This uestthis adventure might be my only chance to see what it meant to be myselfIn the seuel to Nobody's Princess Helen of Sparta masuerades as a male servant in order to join her brothers and others as they sail with Jason who's trying to obtain the Golden Fleece Now many readers felt let down by the seuel but I would argue it is definitely the superior of the first book In the beginning Helen is still as eually stubborn and impulsive as she was in the last bookbut as the above uote which comes about 44% into the book implies Helen is beginning to really understand what her future holds Helen is a female in a time where women remained inside the palace and the men went to war Helen's brothers can do as they please and they do so by continuing on without a care in the world Helen is like the college graduate the last weekend before the first real job like the single girl the day before her wedding or the first time mother in the months before the baby's arrival uests and adventures will not be of her future but a mere memory of her pastWe see this again as Helen makes realizations about love between two people and begins to realize what she does and doesn't want in her future When held unwillingly by Theseus and his mother Helen meticulously plans her escape with the help of new alliances instead of blindly thinking only of herselfFriesner's Helen of Sparta leaves readers confident about her role as ruler Much than what we felt in book one