Happily Ever After

By: Kiera Cass

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Protagonist

Protagonist:

Clarkson, no matter what Amberly's life is like he does not judge her.

Antagonist

Antagonist:

Queen Abby, she slaps Amberly on the face and is rude to everyone.

Main conflict of my story and the type of conflict

Type of conflict:

Internal, man vs. self

Main conflict:

Amberly has be having health problems. She has headaches and is alway tired. Amberly later knows that she has a small chance of having children. That is a big problem because that prince needs a heir.

Genre

Young-Adult fiction


Romance, because Amberly is trying to make an impression on prince Clarkson.

Vocabulary terms

  1. Inconsequential: not important or significant
  2. Croquet : a game in which players use wooden mallets to hit balls through a series of curved wires that are stuck into the ground.
  3. Dutifully: doing what is expected of you
  4. Mahogany: a strong reddish- brown wood that is used especially for making furniture and that comes from severe tropical trees.
  5. Reminiscent: reminding you of someone or something else: similar to someone else.

About the author

Kiera Cass is an America writer of young adult fiction. She self published her first novel, The Siren, in 2009. In 2014 her title, The One, made The New York Time Best Seller List. She is currently writing her new book called The Crown.
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Summary of my book

A girl named Amberly is staying in a palace with other girls. They are all trying to impress a prince named Clarkson. Clarkson is taking some interest to Amberly. Amberly and Clarkson later fall in love. But there was a problem Amberly had a small chance to be able to have children. Clarkson didn't care about the situation, but his father would care about that. Clarkson tells Amber that she will be his wife, but later just after he tells his father.

Theme statement

Finding goodness

Amberly believes that no one is bad on purpose, that every soul has some good in it.

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