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This story is a beautiful book which explores deeply into the "simple" classic faerie tale, Rapunzel.
This book has a very interesting plot with just a hint of suprise, you will have to read it to find out more!
After reading this book, I was very pleased because it let me have a good cry, and it left me a good feeling.
This is one of my favorite books from when I was younger. This author has a ton of amazing books to choose from and the price was very fair!:)Published 2 months ago by Sammi
Young Zel and her mother live in near isolation far from the village--but when they go into town for market, Zel encounters a young man who her mother feels they must protect... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Juushika
I found this book on here when I first joined a few years ago, so naturally, I forgot what it was about. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Alyssa Greatbanks
I love a good fairy tale retelling, but I was really disappointed by this. First of all, Zel and the count/prince meet for like 10 minutes, and they can't stop thinking about each... Read morePublished 15 months ago by icerose87
The book was in great condition. It was better than described and I purchased it at a really good price.Published 17 months ago by felicia escoto
Great story with a wonderful new perspective. Emotional, lovely and evocative, I would recommend this book for anyone who loves a grown-up twist on a fairy tale.Published 19 months ago by Hannah Mickelson
I started this book not realizing that this was a retelling of Rapunzel.
This book is told from the point of view of three characters. The first is the girl, Zel. Read more
I have just finished reading this book, and I must say that the story was not as satisfying as the previous book read over the summer by Napoli, The Smile, which was based around... Read morePublished on July 11, 2012 by T. P. Le
This is an interesting retelling of the familiar fairy tale of Rapunzel. "Zel" is Rapunzel, and the witch in this story is actually her mother (well, Zel thinks she is. Read morePublished on July 4, 2012 by Black Plum