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Endless: A Modern Cinderella Tale Paperback – December 12, 2014
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Just like Sydney looks forward to heading off to magic camp for a week long break, I think we all dream of creating the perfect room, finding friends, and escaping from our lives for a bit. The romance is well placed and works to forward the plot not detract from it.
Loved the unique ending. Can't wait to read more from Weist.
But overall I really like the story and the idea and it was fun
This book is recommended for everyone. As for the rating I give it a 20 out of 5 stars. It is a fast read. It is available on AMAZON !! GET YOUR COPY TODAY!!!
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Sydney dreams of stairs. Her nights are filled with an endless spiral staircase that she can't escape. Exhausted from running them every single night, there seems to be no escape. Add to that her obnoxious stepsisters and monstrous stepmother, Sydney's life is less than peachy. But things are about to change when Sydney's father signs her up for a magic summer camp to help her learn about her powers.
Endless is a new and interesting twist to the Cinderella story, both in the retelling of it and how Weist decided to use the modern day twist. This is distinguished from most modern retellings because she has kept the magic in play, as opposed to the more popular strictly contemporary versions. The magic added a great pizzazz and good depth for this almost-familiar world. It lent to a more complicated story, with a secret magic society that added a great aura of mystery.
My favorite part of this tale is the personal development from Sydney. In the beginning she puts up with the stepmonsters with little complaint. She is complacent of her position because 'that's just the way it is', but she's also insecure and self-deprecating. It's fun to watch her rebellious streak as she starts to take control of her own life.
As a YA romance, nothing about this book made me happier than the lack of a messy love triangle. And the peasants rejoiced! The closest it gets is the threat of a love triangle, but it's totally in the range of acceptability. Plus, Sydney and her love interest Luke are completely adorable together.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I finished the book because the plot was decent but the way it was written wasn't great. Definitely not my favorite.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
This was a fun, light book which I really enjoyed. It had a sweet story and I loved the spin on Cinderella.Published 11 months ago by Becky T
Endless is a fun retelling of Cinderella. It shows the strength of character it takes to deal with the wicked step-mother and step-sisters and maintaining your sense of self. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jenna E.
I loved this book. A bit trite and predictable, but a fun read.Published 12 months ago by Sherri Poppins
I really didn't want to put this down. This is a book that teens and adults both will enjoy from beginning to end. I would definitely recommend this to other readers.Published 13 months ago by Angie Fournier