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Seventeen-year-old Johnny is approached at his family's struggling shoe repair shop in a Miami, Florida, hotel by Alorian Princess Victoriana, who asks him to find her brother who was turned into a frog.
Publisher: 2011
ISBN: 9780062069610
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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Jan 07, 2019

This was a lighthearted and cutesy story, with modern day incorporations of classic fairytales. That aspect of the book was quite enjoyable. This would be a good read for somebody who doesn't want to read a 'serious' book. However, I felt that the story was a little too fast in some areas. The characters were only interesting enough for me to remember their names, but not much else.

Aug 25, 2016

This is a modern retelling of the Princess and the Frog. When the princess comes to visit in a small town, the boy who works in the coffee shop is completely smitten by her beauty. The princess and him begin to develop a relationship and a secret is learned. The princess sends the boy to find her brother who has been cursed and turned into a frog. The boy must lift the curse to keep maintaining a relationship with the princess. It was a good book, with a good plot base and well developed characters. - @bookwormanonymous of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

May 04, 2014

I liked it. It was cute and fun.

Aug 05, 2013

Really amazing. I hadn't heard of most of the fairy tales in it but it wasn't that important to the story

librarylin19 Jun 09, 2013

Great modern day, fairy tale mix-up adventure! I borrowed it for me and my teen son ended up reading it first, and liked it too. The cover is deceiving tho-should be a shoe or cloak and something that would appeal to boys, since the main character is a guy.

May 14, 2012

What is the name of the hotel Johnny and his family have their shoe shop in? I need it for a school project I'm doing, and I don't have access to the book.

Apr 14, 2012

This was a good book, but I liked beastly more.

Nineshadesofnifty Jan 22, 2012

This book was just a bit too "teen" for my liking. The main character just didn't seem to be able to put two and two together. I wish teens got a bit more credit. It was still fun and I liked all the obscure fairytale tie-ins.

Oct 25, 2011

I disagree with the negative comments? What are you reading?!?! I loved Cloaked more than Beastly. I love how Flinn incorparated all the fairy tales together! It was beautifully written and I super appreciate a good book that isn't twilight!

starlet587 Sep 23, 2011

I completely loved this book. I completely love this author and i highly reccommend this book. It was a very happy read, at times suspenseful when need be and I mean from beginning to end i was hooked on this book. i really loved the way she incorporated all the different fairy tales and intertwined them ever so perfectly. GO READ IT! I don't agree with any of the comments here. I've read quite a few of Flinn's books, and this is one of my favorites.

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librarylin19 thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over


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