To Dance at the Palais Royale review ↠ 3

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To Dance at the Palais Royale review ↠ 3 ´ ❰Read❯ ➱ To Dance at the Palais Royale Author Janet McNaughton – Connecfloor.co.uk Winner of three historical fiction awards 14 year old Aggie a newly arrived immigrant working as a domestic is tormented by her trouble making sister and an overbearing housekeeper LuckilRead To Dance at the Palais Royale Author Janet McNaughton Connecfloor.co.uk Winner of three historical fiction awards 14 year old Aggie a newly arrived immigrant working as a domestic is tormented by her trouble making sister and an over.

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E is soon befriended by a rich young idealistic girl named Rose who convinces her to dress like a lady and attend a dance at the Palais Royale Rose's brother falls for Aggie but her deceptive appearance hides the truth about her social class and sets her up for heartache.

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To Dance at the Palais RoyaleBearing housekeeper Luckily Aggie is so Winner of three at the PDF/EPUB historical fiction awards year old Aggie a newly arrived immigrant working as a domestic is tormented by her trouble making sister and an overbearing housekeeper Luckily Aggi.

To Dance at the Palais Royale review ↠ 3 Janet McNaughton is at the PDF/EPUB ½ the multi award winning author of many books including The Secret Under My Skin An Earthly Knight and her most recent novel Dragon Seer which was shortlisted for the prestigious TD Canadian Children’s Literature Award as well as both the CLA Young Adult Book Award and the Book of the Year for Children Award McNaughton lives in St John’s Newfoundland with her family.

10 Comments on "To Dance at the Palais Royale review ↠ 3"

  • CLM

    To Dance at the Palais Royale review ↠ 3 To Dance at the Palais RoyaleFor some reason I love stories about young women in domestic service perhaps because I grew up on Upstairs Downstairs Here Aggie Maxwell leaves friends and family behind in Scotland where she has no prospects and travels to Toronto to work as a m


  • Sarah

    To Dance at the Palais Royale review ↠ 3 To Dance at the Palais RoyaleAt one point in this book McNaughton seemed set to give us a fairy tale complete with a prince to sweep our Cinderella into a life of ease She doesn't which is far satisfyingAggie's journey is the focus here From child to woman from coal miner's daughter to immigrant from scared and shy to owning her own choices I really appreciated the unexpected details the young Jewish wife haunted by pogroms the older sister who isn't making the best


  • Diana Green

    To Dance at the Palais Royale review ↠ 3 To Dance at the Palais RoyaleI enjoyed this thoughtful well written novel set in the 1920s in Toronto It was definitely a slice of life story focusing on relatable day to day events but with enough drama and historical detail to hold my interest I found the main character likable and the setting easy to visualize The pace held steady throughout leading to a pleasing conclusion


  • TK

    To Dance at the Palais Royale review ↠ 3 To Dance at the Palais RoyaleA bit of a slow start but a masterful and satisfying conclusion that will leave any reader glad they made the effortSimultaneously an enthralling portrayal of young Toront


  • Kate

    To Dance at the Palais Royale review ↠ 3 To Dance at the Palais RoyaleI read this book for the first time in grade 9 even though I didn't finish it I was in love with it Rereading it now a little over six years later I understand why I loved it Its absolutely amazing


  • Ashley

    To Dance at the Palais Royale review ↠ 3 To Dance at the Palais RoyaleI thought this was a lovely book The story is lively and keeps the reader wondering what will happen next My only complaint is that there are a lot of loose ends that I wish had have been tied up Maybe the author wants to keep the reader guessing or wants the reader to choose what


  • Katie

    To Dance at the Palais Royale review ↠ 3 To Dance at the Palais RoyaleThis is the book I have reread than any other A beautiful coming of age story complete with friendship heartbreak and a wonderful love story I love the history of Toronto mixed in with this story; I read this book when I was even younger than Aggie in the book and I still try to catch a glimpse of the Palais Royale when I pass it on the highway


  • Gabriele Wills

    To Dance at the Palais Royale review ↠ 3 To Dance at the Palais RoyaleA rather uneven story that seems to go in one direction and then veers off in another leaving the reader wondering about characters that played such a large part in the first half Worth the read but it could have been so much


  • Susie

    To Dance at the Palais Royale review ↠ 3 To Dance at the Palais Royalereally disappointing ending


  • Amanda

    To Dance at the Palais Royale review ↠ 3 To Dance at the Palais RoyaleA long book but a really good one