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Lost Boy – Christina Henry

What happens when you take a well-known and beloved children’s story and let Christina Henry write a prequel? You get a dark and grisly novel that leaves you questioning whether Peter was the hero of the story after all. This is the tale of Hook and how Peter made the villain we read and see… Continue reading Lost Boy – Christina Henry

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Crimson Bound – Rosamund Hodge

A dark retelling of Little Red Riding Hood following Rachelle, who, after following the wrong path, ends up as an enforcer for the King; killing the creatures that will bring on the endless night. Her wolf comes to her in disguise of a man; a man who Rachelle believes will do her no wrong. The… Continue reading Crimson Bound – Rosamund Hodge

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Cruel Beauty – Rosamund Hodge

Another retelling of Beauty and the Beast set in a fantasy world rather than within our own. On her seventeenth birthday, Nyx, is sent to marry her betrothed, the evil Ignifex who has cured her land and her people for the past nine hundred years. Her aim is to kill him but, in the process… Continue reading Cruel Beauty – Rosamund Hodge

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Ensnared – Rita Stradling

I received this book on Netgalley for an honest review.   Over the next few weeks you are going to see quite a few reviews from re-workings of classic fairy tales specifically, Beauty and the Beast. This retelling focuses on Alainn, a woman who takes the place of her father’s robot to spare him a… Continue reading Ensnared – Rita Stradling

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Cinder – Marissa Meyer

Cinder, the classic story retold in such a way that will leave you speechless and wanting more. Cinder is a cyborg, part human,part machine which makes her the best mechanic in New Beijing but also, an outcast to all who know her true self. Taken in by her reluctant stepmother after her adoptive father dies… Continue reading Cinder – Marissa Meyer