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Monday, October 15, 2012
Name: Princess in Pink (Princess Diaries #5)
Author: Meg Cabot
Genre: YA, Series

Mia is dreaming about the prom -- and contending with a hotel workers' strike -- in the fifth, supremely hilarious episode of Meg Cabot's Princess Diaries. This time, Mia's in the pink about the upcoming Albert Einstein H.S. prom, and she's crossing her fingers that Michael will ask her to go. (They're in love, so why wouldn't he ask her, right?) But during Seven Minutes in Heaven at her b-day party, Mia learns that Michael is not the prom-going type. Good grief, what's a princess to do? To make matters worse, Grandmere has gotten a busboy fired due to a mishap with her pooch, Rommel, at a swanky restaurant, so when all of the city's busboys go on strike, it causes a chain of events that result in Grandmere crashing at Mia's mom's place, her pal Lilly Moscovitz picking up a picket sign, and the prom being brought to a screeching halt. Thankfully, staunch yet boy-wise Grandmere has a plan to change Michael's mind and put everything back on track, making Mia the happiest "prom princess" on this side of the Atlantic -- and readers more starry-eyed than Molly Ringwald in her prettiest pink frock. Following up the brief Volume IV and a Half and introducing a new addition to Mia's family, this knee-slapping fifth volume makes the series glitter brighter than ever, placing yet another jewel in Cabot's crown.  (goodreads)

In here, Mia's adventures continue as crazy as ever. She turns 15 in here and the most important dance of her life--Prom-- is compromised thanks to Grandmere and her dog Rommel. To make it worse, she and Lilly have a HUGE fight thanks to said incident with Rommel and a busboy. Mia's happiest day is almost ruined so she must figure out a way to end the huge strike against discrimination of busboys that all of NY City is on, lure Michael into asking her to the Prom, make him see that the Prom is not lame, get her to return with Boris and leave the busboy, convince her mom to have her future sister/brother in a hospital and not at home, and finally find a place to have the canceled prom and make it there. Yes it is a mess, but it was truly a VERY fun book! I think it was way better than last book and I just cannot wait for the next one! :D

The Good: I loved the ending! Also, Grandmere is not so bad here!!

The Bad: I greatly dislike Lilly here. I cannot believe her! She crossed the line. And then she felt like the victim when it was all HER fault!

Link: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/93731.Princess_in_Pink

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