The Wolf Princess

by Cathryn Constable (author)

Suitable for 10+ years

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Alone in the world, Sophie dreams of being someone special, but she could never have imagined this . On a school trip to Russia, Sophie and her two friends find themselves on the wrong train. They are rescued by the beautiful Princess Anna Volkonskaya, who takes them to her winter palace and mesmerises them with stories of lost diamonds and a tragic past. But as night falls and wolves prowl, Sophie discovers more than dreams in the crumbling palace of secrets .

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Date published

October 4th, 2012

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 4.7; Middle years; 9.0 points

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  • 288 pages




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  1. epic123
    on 25 November 2014

    this book seemed pretty boring at the start but as I read on deeper and deeper into the book, the magical touch came to me and I knew that I was going to be stuck with it until I had finished reading it.

  2. lolster27
    on 25 March 2014

    This book was absolutely amazing and had lots of twists. Recommended to readers who like fantasy and adventures(9+)! The change of life in this story is fascinating and the adjectives are the best I’ve read in a while. The author really has a way of absorbing you into the text. Very intriguing and mind-puzzling!

    5out of 5
  3. mintymoo368
    on 31 December 2013

    I liked this book. Sometimes I was a little confused though. The really cool thing was that I learnt several Russian words and phrases.

    4out of 5
  4. Lollypop123
    on 28 September 2013

    I tend to only read Jacqueline Wilson books with a few exceptions but when I read this book I couldn’t stop reading it because my eyes were fixed to the page. It is an amazing story with lots of adventure yet such a simple story line. It is a must read. Thanks, I hope this has helped!

    5out of 5
  5. Smelly33
    on 16 July 2013

    Brilliant could not stop reading it. My eyes were fixed to the book.

    5out of 5
  6. bouncybunny
    on 4 March 2013

    I read this book so that I could do a book review on it for english.and was mezmerised by the story I loved sophie and I didn’t now were the book was going to go when sophie got on the wrong train its a beautiful mezmeriseing book I would read over and over again if I had the chance

  7. Book-Club-Review-Team
    on 8 January 2013

    The Wolf Princess is a book set in Russia with some russian words ( which you will find translated at the back). There are many characters e.g. a general, rich child and servants. At the beginning the main character is shy and poor, then towards the end of the book her life completely changes. I find that this is more of a girly book because there are only about 3 boys in the story. Any one who ants to read The Wolf Princess I would advise to be at least 10 or 11. Also any one learning about Russia in school would enjoy this book as some parts are informative, but all round I would call it more of a mystery and adventure book.

    Megan, aged 10

    I liked the look of this book because of the purple edging of the pages and the front cover looks very appealing. It is the story of Sophie and her two friends who find themselves on the wrong train during a school trip to Russia. They meet a beautiful princess who takes them to her dilapidated palace. This book is like a fairy story set in the snowy landscape of Russia. Although the characters and settings are described well, I found it difficult to get into the story. I thought it was a bit ‘girly’ and I didn’t particularly enjoy the writing style. However, I think that lots of girls from 9-12 years old would like it.

    Lettie, aged 11

  8. MayaHeart154
    on 1 November 2012

    Really Really good book Full of adventure

    5out of 5