Rapunzel’s Revenge by Dean Hale

Posted October 17th, 2011 by Amy

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Have you seen the movie Tangled? Do you like it? Well than I  guarantee that you will like this book.  Mother Gothel has taken Rapunzel away from her true family; as a princess. Then somehow after all these terrible years locked up in a tower she escaped. Rapunzel had a problem, not just that she found a guy named Jack and they were chased around by people and were criminals, Mother Gothel always came to check on her every year.  Well as you could probably guess Mother Gothel was  furious! Then she at once started looking; she reminded me of when in first grade I decided I would walk to school all by myself because I thought I would be late to school. My mom didn’t know where I was and then she started to look all around, in the house, in the backyard, then she looked where my class was when she brought my brother. Then she made me come home. Just like Rapunzel. Except that was my true mom. Rapunzel goes on dangerous quests to try to see the lanterns that fly up in the sky every year on her birthday. She thinks that there must be some connection because it is on her birthday. Can she find the lanterns and reunite with her family?

Amy

Hi! My name is Amy. I am 13 years old. I love to read fiction and realistic fiction. My reading teacher is really fun and knows lots of good books that I can read. I am in an advanced English class. I have so many favorite books I can't decide which one I like the most. My favorite poem is Jabberwocky.

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