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I just finished Lost Kingdom of Bamarre and really really enjoyed it. I was supposed to be saving it for a trip next week but once I read the first chapter I was hooked! I love hearing more about Bamarre after loving Two Princesses of Bamarre when I was a teen. Thanks for sharing your beautiful stories with us!
# 2755 - Abby M. 06/06/2019 - 12:45 - City: - State: - Country:
My name is Mika and I’m currently in grade 11. I am writing this letter to you because I wanted to appreciate and thank you for writing Ella Enchanted and I hope that you are able to contact me back and answer some of the questions that I have been pondering.

First and Foremost, I would like to show my greatest gratitude to you for the writing of Ella Enchanted. Never would I have thought to enjoy a fantasy book at the age of 17, but here I am, writing to you about a book you’ve written. I really enjoyed the concept that Ella was under a spell that made her obey all orders, though it was a horrible spell for her to endure, it allowed her to mature and grow as an individual. Moreover, I loved the fantasy world that you have constructed for the development of this novel. Kingdom of Kyrria and Kingdom Ayortha were well evolved and created as well as, the languages that were adapted into the novel were well thought out and incorporated throughout the storyline.

I have a few questions regarding this novel and I am hoping that you are able to answer some of my inquiries that I am unable to answer myself. What are the reasonings behind ogres knowing everyone’s secrets and using it against livings as their weak point? As well, why does Ella get punished for not obeying the orders given to her? Could she not be under a curse without any consequences if orders aren’t followed? I am also wondering why Ella’s father decided to stay with his new family, regardless of Ella’s existence? I understand that he is a very ignorant and selfish person, but half of Ella’s blood flow is from her father, I just cannot imagine someone that is able to ignore and leave their own children like that.

To end it off, I am wondering if you will write another version of Ella Enchanted but in the perspective of a different person? I think that it would be very cool to read and see the different outlook and viewpoint of others involved in the novel. I appreciate your time for reading all the way to the end of this letter and I hope to hear back from you!

Sincerely,

Mika L.
# 2754 - Mika L. 05/24/2019 - 14:03 - City: - State: BC - Country: Canada
I've read almost all of your books (I'm looking forward to reading Ogre Enchanted soon:-)) I really like your type of fantasy, it's so rich and detailed that you can fully immerse yourself in the world. Thank you so much for all of the you've written, I'll continue reading (and re-reading) them forever.
# 2753 - Macy 05/23/2019 - 17:53 - City: Mesquite - State: Texas - Country: United States
Hello Mrs. Gail Carson Levine,

I have loved Ella Enchanted for longer than I can remember. She is the strongest retelling of a classic Disney story, right up there next to 'Ever After'.

What is the possibility of your beloved Ella Enchanted getting remade in a feature. Is that something you're interested in doing or are even able to do anytime in the future?

I look forward to also reading 'Writer to Writer.'

Thank you for following your own dreams that we get to enjoy.
# 2752 - Kristin Morales 05/07/2019 - 22:13 - City: Irvine - State: CA - Country: United States
I just read Dave at Night. I know about the "HHB," and used to think orphanages were just for whole orphans. But I now realize an orphan can have both parents AND a sibling. My "Dad" told the social worker, "Foster home? Not while she has a father." So he put me in the orphanage instead.

Thank you.
# 2751 - elle 04/30/2019 - 16:41 - City: - State: - Country:
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