Hamster Princess: Harriet the Invincible

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Hamster Princess: Harriet the Invincible is a very good book. In the beginning, a wicked fairy god mouse comes to the christening of Harriet Hamsterbone and lays a curse on Harriet. The curse makes it so that on the day that Harriet turns twelve she will prick her finger on a hamster wheel and fall into a sleep like death. Harriet is totally OK with that. She knows that if she is to practically die when she turns twelve that the curse will need her alive. That means that she can do anything she wants and not even get a scrape.

On the day of Harriet’s 12th birthday, Harriet finds the wicked fairy god mouse in the courtyard next to a hamster wheel. Harriet is not scared. She has a plan. Suddenly the curse takes a big spin and everything turns backwards. This book kept me on the edge of my seat while Harriet goes on a big hunt to help break the curse. This book is very good and I know it has a lot of twists and turns. I would recommend this book to anyone that likes suspense and action. Although this book has a lot of kissing in it, it was fairly easy to read so I would recommend this book to ages 9-12 or grades 4-7. That is why this book is so amazingly amazing.