"Everyone deserves a happy ending."
I'd read a few of Jodi Picoult's books in the past and have always enjoyed them. I love her writing style and how I can always have trouble putting them down. This one was very different. First of all, it was a fantasy and young adult novel. She also wrote the book with her daughter, Samantha Van Leer.
Fifteen year old Delilah is a bit of a loaner. Instead of hanging out with kids her age, she would much rather spend her time reading books. One book in particular has caught her attention - it's an old children's fairytale that she found at her school's library. After awhile she begins to talk to one of the characters in the book: a prince named Oliver. Oliver and the other characters in the book are trapped in the story that they must act act every time someone reads the book. As Delilah begins to fall in love with Oliver, she becomes determined to get him out of the book.
I enjoyed this story. It was really cute and a good "modern-day" fairytale. It was a lot different than what I was expecting, and there were quite a few of unexplained things in Oliver's world, but I'm glad I read it. I really liked that the actual fairytale was written in between the novel!