Book ¸ The Year of My Indian Prince È 224 pages ¹ Ella thorp ellis

Ella Thorp Ellis í The Year of My Indian Prince Doc

Book ¸ The Year of My Indian Prince È 224 pages ¹ Ella thorp ellis ¹ It’s the summer of 1945 and April is delighted that the war is finally over and her beloved father is home again But she has a nagging cough and a temperature and she just can’t seem to get better When she’s diagnosed wCters in novels die of itSoon her world has changed from school and swim meets to long days of complete bed rest in a TB hospital There she meets her roommate the beautiful and desperately ill Nancie There she also meets Ravi the handsome Indian prince who begins courting her But April is slowly I liked it It was not at all as depressing as it could have been It was actually a beautiful story of love and friendship amidst the hardships of living in a hospital for years at a time But there was actually so much happiness in the book that you don't hurt like you could And it's uite a wonderful story seeing as how an ACTUAL PRINCE really was at the hospital and wanted to marry her and all Super SUPER cute

Epub í The Year of My Indian Prince í Ella Thorp Ellis

Getting sicker There is one way out radical surgery that will leave her scarred–if she lives through it What should she do?This vivid depiction of romance tragedy and courage is based on the actual experiences of the author who spent three years in the hospital and was courted by an Indian prin An interesting look at author's fictionalized account of year in TB hospital at age 17 right after the end of WW2 I have to say that it felt very modern did not seem at all like it took places in the 1940s To me that was not a plus but maybe other readers will feel differently

Epub The Year of My Indian Prince

The Year of My Indian PrinceIt’s the summer of 1945 and April is delighted that the war is finally over and her beloved father is home again But she has a nagging cough and a temperature and she just can’t seem to get better When she’s diagnosed with tuberculosis she’s in shock–all she knows about TB is that chara Ellis does a magnificent job reworking and retelling her own teenage affair with the beautiful Indian prince Her writing is smooth and easy for younger readers but not dumbed down making it enjoyable to older readers as well Any teenager that has ever fallen for an enigmatic and exotic foreigner whether they have the beautiful eyes of an Indian the magnificent complexion of a Pacific Islander or the brogue of a Scotsman can fully relate to Ellis's heroine