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"St. Crow delivers a beautifully romantic yet creepy tale. . . . The world-building is amazingly detailed, and she has built layers in both her characters and in the society they occupy. This story defies type as it’s not merely a twisted fairy tale, nor is it simply another vampire love story. . . . it is purely "other" and new."—School Library Journal
"The ambitious worldbuilding and alternate history are fully thought out and well-realized, sure to enchant readers. . . . A delicious treat for fairy-tale fans."—Kirkus
Praise for Lili St. Crow's Strange Angels series:
"Dark, dangerous, and sexy!"—Richelle Mead, author of Vampire Academy
"Will mesmerize readers."—Publishers Weekly
"Sets hearts beating loudly and never lets go."—Kirkus
"Teens will devour this suspenseful and action-packed read."—Booklist
Lili St. Crow is the author of the Strange Angels series for young adults and the Dante Valentine series, among others, for adults. She lives in Vancouver, Washington, with her family. Visit lilistcrow.com to find out more.
It was hard to decipher which fairy tale this was, but I see it now that I've read the story. Lilith does not do a Disney fairy tale. Read morePublished 1 month ago by A.Meyers
This should never have been marketed as a take on Snow White. It is the most loosely-based "fairy tale" I have ever read, and majorly disappointing. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dj Hickson
Camille is part of one of seven the most powerful and wealthy Families that rule over New Haven. It wasn't always that way. Read morePublished 6 months ago by titania86
Though the world building was sorely lacking, and in fact the characters weren't all that great, the plot alone was compelling enough to carry this book. Read morePublished 12 months ago by MsStellaCeleste
this was another of those books that i gave five stars to because it came together. there were frustrations in the reading. but as a retelling of snow white, i did like camille. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Heidi_g
Lili St. Crow provides a fresh look at the tale of Snow White and Beauty and the Beast while also keeping this tale completely separate from the original-something not easily done. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ashley Pastelak
Lili St Crow has taken a classic fairy tale, added a healthy twist of darkness, originality, and a hint of mythology to create a fascinating and unique 'verse for the reader to... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Missy Crystal Dolphin
I usually try to buy the young adult books because they are just as good but cleaner. This book was too graphically sexual and the language was disgusting. Read morePublished 17 months ago by susan reid
If you like fairy tales and like reading them told in a new light then this might be the book for you. Read morePublished 17 months ago by bkblueagave