Molly's Heart

  • Title: Molly's Heart
  • Author: Gabrielle Charbonnet
  • ISBN: 9780590222877
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Paperback
  • Molly s Heart When Molly s father a famous computer genius leaves for a business trip the bright young immensely rich girl is sent off to a prestigious Boston boarding school
    When Molly s father, a famous computer genius, leaves for a business trip, the bright, young, immensely rich girl is sent off to a prestigious Boston boarding school.

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      Published :2019-03-16T05:34:38+00:00

    About Gabrielle Charbonnet


    1. Gabrielle Charbonnet lives in North Carolina.She also writes YA titles under her pen name Cate Tiernan.


    913 Comments


    1. I read this book ten years ago, when I was ten years old. To think that I still have the book in my head, must say something.

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    2. (This review applies to the entire trilogy)You know how most people take certain forms of media and give them a modern coat of paint? The 90s movie Clueless is based on the Jane Austen book, Emma, despite managing to stand on its own feet as its own entity. The Romeo and Juliet movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio was also a modern take on Shakespeare's medieval tragic romance. Heck, most people I know write fan fics for their favorite anime, games, and books and make modern day AUs out of them, me [...]

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    3. Part 1 of a modenised retelling of A Little Princess. This is my favourite retelling of a classic ever.

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    4. I first got this book way back in 1996, when I was in 5th grade. I read it and immediately fell in love with it. I still have the series (3 books) to this day and when i am in a nostalgic mood I read the series again (like I did on New Years Day). It's a children's book, so it is an easy read, but I still find the basic story entertaining. I love the idea that friends can get you thru anything and good will always triumph over evil (or, in this case, evil headmistresses). For those that don't kn [...]

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    5. Cute retelling. I love this authors old books. Too bad many of them are out of print.

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    6. This is a series VERY similar to The Little Princess, except Molly's Dad did in fact die.

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