The Forgotten Fairytales: The Forgotten Fairytales Kindle Edition
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One of the characters I became less enthusiastic about was Wolf, he went from humorous, tough, and teasing to soft, emotional, and no edginess. It was like two different people and I preferred the humorous Wolf over the other. Norah had a back bone with every other person but with her sister she turns into a jellyfish at the slightest insult. I know that her sister had issues, but really that is no reason for her to treat her family that way. Also, she blames Norah for everything, so she annoyed me to no end.
The characters all have a predestine story they have to follow exactly was an intriguing notion. The mystery of Norah's fairy tale character kept me guessing throughout the entire novel. It was fun to see how the author would betray the various fairy tale characters.
I enjoyed The Forgotten Fairytales, and can't wait for the sequel. If you like Once Upon a Time you'll like this book.
If your are a fan of OUAT or Once Wonderland you will enjoy this book...It is a HOT version of those!
A school for fairytale characters, alittle bit of Harry Potter and alittle bit of James Patterson's Maximum Ride series. I loved the chemistry between Norah and Wolf...and I loved Norah's attitude and sense of humor. Well written, enjoyable and I look forward to more from this author.