The School for Good and Evil is really high up there on my list of favorite books/series. It’s an intriguing brilliant story by Soman Chainani about two young girls named Sophie and Agatha who live in a town called Gavaldon. Every four years the School Master comes to their town
to kidnap two children, one good one evil, to go to the School for Good and Evil. That’s not the only peculiar thing though, afterwards a storybook comes out in the towns bookshop with the missing kids as characters. For example, the baker’s son Jack become the main character in Jack and the Beanstalk. On that year everybody in Gavaldon locks and bolts everything shut and prays their children will not be taken. Sophie has done everything in her power to make sure she gets chosen to go to the School for Good.She unlocks the bolts on her window, becomes friends with old hags,and helps feed the homeless. I mean, she’s the perfect image of good, right? She is a beautiful blonde, loves the color pink, and has the voice of an angel. On the other hand Agatha is basically the opposite. Somehow they get picked to go to the school for good and evil… except Agatha is in the School for Good, and Sophie in the School for Evil. Together they will have to find a way to get back to Gavaldon. But throwing a boy in the mix might complicate things. Please make sure to read this series! Trust me, you’re doing yourself a favor by reading this book. I introduced my friend to the series and she has read faster than I have ever seen anyone read in my life and is already begging for the next book.