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100 1  Cellier, Melanie. 
245 14 The princess game :|ba reimagining of sleeping beauty
       |h[Hoopla electronic resource] /|cMelanie Cellier. 
250    Unabridged. 
264  1 [United States] :|bTantor Audio,|c2020. 
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490 1  Four Kingdoms ;|vbk. 4 
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511 0  Narrated by Esther Wane. 
520    They call her the Sleeping Princess, but Celeste is far 
       from asleep . . . Celeste has been cursed since her 
       sixteenth birthday-just not in the way the rest of the 
       kingdom thinks. All they see is her breath-taking beauty, 
       marred by her foolishness. Only she knows that she retains
       her brilliant mind. And it's a secret she must keep at all
       costs. Over the years she's grown accustomed to the 
       necessary deception. After all, her life depends on it. 
       And she's even found a way to protect her kingdom, working
       from the shadows. But now a dangerous new threat has 
       emerged, one that Celeste can't defeat alone. She needs 
       the help of a newly-arrived prince. One who's altogether 
       too handsome and too charming. Somehow she needs to keep 
       her secret, save her kingdom and find a way to free 
       herself from the curse. The last thing she has time to do 
       is sleep. In this reimagining of the classic fairy tale, 
       Sleeping Beauty, it's only the princess' mind that is 
       asleep. And sometimes appearances can be deceiving. 
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