GIVEAWAY: Win A “Disney Descendants -The Isle of the Lost” Prize Pack

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Surely by now you have heard about the Disney Channel original movie coming out called Disney Descendants. The live-action made-for-tv film follows the children of some of the most infamous Disney villains of all-time and has been quite a hot topic amongst Disney fans over the last few weeks. Well, there is a prequel novel, called The Isle of the Lost, which will tell you everything you need to know about the events before the movie, and you can pick-it up now to prepare yourself for this movie event which will air this summer:

ABOUT THE ISLE OF THE LOST

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The spellbinding prequel to the Disney Channel movie event!

Evil tree. Bad Apple?

Twenty years ago, all the evil villains were banished from the kingdom of Auradon to the Isle of the Lost–a dark and dreary place protected by a force field that makes it impossible for them to leave. Stripped of their magical powers, the villains now live in total isolation, forgotten by the world.

Mal learns from her mother, Maleficent, that the key to true darkness, the Dragon’s Eye, is located inside her scepter in the forbidden fortress on the far side of the island. The eye is cursed, and whoever retrieves it will be knocked into a deep sleep for a thousand years. But Mal has a plan to capture it. She’ll just need a little help from her “friends.” In their quest for the Dragon’s Eye, these four kids begin to realize that just because you come from an evil family tree, being good ain’t so bad.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Melissa de la Cruz is the New York Times and USA Today best-selling author of many critically acclaimed and award-winning novels for teens and adults including The Au Pairs series, the Blue Bloods series, the Ashleys series, the Witches of East End series, and The Ring and the Crown.

Disney Publishing was nice enough to send us a review copy of the book (which we’ll be reviewing at a later date), but they also are going to give out a “Meet the Descendants” prize pack to the winner of our contest!

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The prize pack includes:

  • copy of The Isle of the Lost
  • branded tank top, water bottle and temporary tattoos
  • and a GadgetGrip smartphone home button sticker.

To win, just comment below and tell us who is your favorite Disney villain and why. Our favorite choice and comment will be chosen by the end of Friday May 8th at midnight EST. The winner will be contacted via email.

About the author

Tom Corless

Tom has been regularly visiting the Walt Disney World® Resort from the time he was 4 months old. While he has made countless visits in the last 28 years, he did not become a truly active member in the Disney fan community until the summer of 2007, when he decided to launch the WDW News Today website and podcast. Tom has since become an Orlando-local and is a published author on Walt Disney World.
Contact Tom at [email protected]

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Paul Cyopick (@pcyopick)
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Paul Cyopick (@pcyopick)

If Michael Eisner doesn’t count, I’d have to go with Jafar, since I met Jonathan Freeman after seeing Aladdin in Toronto. Great villian, and a very nice person.

Ethan C. Allen
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Ethan C. Allen

Chef Skinner from Ratatouille, because he’s deceitful. Nice to your face in a rude way, but conniving behind your back. The kind of jerk I love to see lose in the end. :)

By the way, I’d love the prize pack as a Mothers Day gift surprise for my wife.

Kate L.
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Kate L.

Maleficent is my favorite villain. Simple enough I like her evil ways, as she can turn from a witch into a dragon. I like her as the ?

Michelle G.
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Michelle G.

Maleficent is my favorite villain! She’s just plain evil!

Kristen K
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Kristen K

My favorite Disney villain is Captain Hook, because who doesn’t love a pirate? He lives in that gray area of life being the best leader he can be to his crew and fulfilling their purpose, while still battling his nemesis with that delicious touch of evil. He’s flamboyant like any good Pirate Captain should be, ruthless yet a gentleman. His character has had great development in subsequent works making Hook fun to watch in just about every retelling of the Peter Pan story that I’ve ever read or scene. I love Captain Hook!

Michael C
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Michael C

Maleficent. She was distinctive, powerful, and someone you did not want to cross. And she could turn into a freak’n dragon.

Sam Fritz
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Sam Fritz

I’d have to go with Jeffrey Katzenberg. Jeffrey was a high ranking Disney executive, and then (like a soviet spy) he left the company and stole the ideas he heard and made cheap copies of them at his new studio “Dreamworks”. If that isn’t pure evil, I don’t know what is.

Amber
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Amber

My favorite villain is Mother Gothel. She’s hilarious and her hair is similar to mine. :)

Marc David Garcia
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Marc David Garcia

There can be no other but the original Disney villain – Pete! (That’s Mr. Badass to you!!) I mean just look at his resume – he’s a kidnapper, an extortionist, a greedy sleazeball, a slumlord, a thief, a spy… just an all-around bad guy. And his appearance – slovenly, missing teeth, always chomping on cigar, and you know he reeks too. He’s the epitome of a villain. What’s not to love?

Jeff Smith
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Jeff Smith

It’s all about Ursula for me, she is mysterious, crafty, and unfortunately knows a little magic. She alludes to a past in King Triton’s Kingdom but gives no specifics. She’s bad to the bone and really doesn’t want to be good. I like the no excuses attitude she personifies. She will cut a fish and not blink twice … it’s a talent she’s always possessed.

Jason Ward
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Jason Ward

My favorite Disney villain is Chef Louis from The Little Mermaid. He can sing, he can dance and he can throw a mean cleaver. Since Chef Louis is French, it would have been great for him to have a cameo in Beauty and the Beast, maybe as a line cook at the tavern.

NancyB
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NancyB

I’ll go with Cruella de Ville–such a nasty evil plan, and it’s great fun to cheer on the puppies against her!

Waleska
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Waleska

Maleficent is my favorite! She is a classic, extra points for turning into a dragon!

Kimber
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Kimber

Ursula! She is straight forward with who she is and makes no apologies. Plus who doesn’t like Octopus Sushi?

Bonnie
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Bonnie

Ursula is my favorite… I’ve always wanted to be an octopus….. I could do so much more with 8 hands and arms!!! I can’t count how many times I’ve said, “I’d love to be an octopus right now” Besides, just being able to say what you mean in a blunt fashion… incredible. Who wouldn’t want to be an octopus??? ;)

Bernie W
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Bernie W

Judge Claude Frollo from Hunchback. He was a really bad guy.

Christopher Frederick
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Christopher Frederick

I would have to say my favorite villain(s) are the British and Governor Ratcliffe. They are true villains based off real life villains. They took land, killed natives, and exhorted true evil upon the Americas and the Native Americans. If thats not a villain I don’t know what is? Id love to grab this pack for my sister for mothers days since this is her first year as a Mom :)

Stephanie Grant
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Stephanie Grant

I’m going to have to say Maleficent because she is one of the original wicked witches and she does turn into a dragon :)

jalenjade
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jalenjade

The Trolls from Frozen, they’re so villainous that no one even recognized them as the villain. Elsa’s power might run amok? Not without the Trolls telling her. Hans turns evil? Not before the Trolls said they’ll take care of Anna not being single for Kristof. Trolls, pure evil.

Lindsay
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Lindsay

Maleficent. Her wings.