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Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? (The Big Bad Wolf Trilogy Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Publication date : October 23, 2020
- File size : 2762 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 388 pages
- ASIN : B08K9CZRP5
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #51,170 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Though this book does tie into the Gods and Monsters trilogy, I feel that this series will be able to be read as a stand alone novel, though as the author states at the beginning of the book, you may feel left out when references are made.
This book was beautifully written, and it captured my heart from the very beginning. I adore every single main character. My heart goes out to Kylie and Janie for different reasons as their pain resonates deep within me. This book made my heart physically ache as I read it. At some points, I even had to put it down to give my poor heart a chance to recover.
There are so many secrets and twists in this book. It will definitely keep you on the edge of your seat. And though this book does end on a cliffhanger, this book is definitely worth it, and I know the second and third books will be just as amazing as this one!
Kylie is such an interesting main character because she is hidden away and abused but you see these glimpses of a truly jealous girl underneath the Hood. It’s also hard seeing her be mean to my girl, Jane!
Logan is such a well rounded bad boy because he has those bad ass vibes without being an a-hole and you can tell he truly wants the best for every one around him that he cares about
Janie and Ryder are just...my favorite in every alternate reality of God’s and Monsters. The fierce love they always have for each other breaks my heart, but also fills me with immense joy.
This AU of God’s and Monster’s is so well written with just enough hints of that trilogy that it will truly suck you in! I highly, HIGHLY recommend this book and cannot WAIT for the rest of the trilogy!
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With strong characters, excellent writing style that flows, and mind bending twists that fall perfectly in place, WAOTBBW is unlike anything I’ve ever read. From lust to love to anger and back again, in true Janie Marie style this is an emotional and psychological read. The ride gets bumpy, but hang on tight, the ending is the best part!
This is a trilogy, and the above is more a statement about all three books in total, but the statement holds true for all three. Each book has it's own vibe, but the total arc is amazing. This first book feels like the trap. You're led down this path with Kylie hood, naive to the darkness and danger lurking in the depths, but you can see the shadows growing and forming, but by then it's too late for Kylie -- not for the reader, it's an exciting twist that only makes you want to keep reading, and counting down till the next book release, which thankfully is not that far away!
Top reviews from other countries
From the moment they first meet, Kylie and Logan's connection is palpable, addictive, and it had me wanting to read more. I couldn't put it down. I'm neither a fan or a hater of the fake romance trope, but I thought it worked really well in this novel, especially because there were a few twists along the way that made it different to any other fake romance I've read in the past. I also love how Kylie and Logan both make mistakes, but I ended up rooting for them anyway - they're messed up, but despite that I loved following their journey, and I'm so keen to see where it goes in the next book!
I also loved how the fairy tales were incorporated into the book. It's a spin-off series from Marie's first trilogy, Gods & Monsters (I highly recommend these books too btw!), but draws from fairy tales like Cinderella and Red Riding Hood (its namesake). I love fairy tales and I love seeing them adapted to fit today's world, and I felt like the ties between fairy tales and this book were really well done. It was never pervasive or cliché, and I really appreciated that subtlety.
I would highly recommend this book to any reader interested in YA, fairy tales and fairy tale adaptations, romance (particularly the fake romance trope), and bildungsroman (coming of age). Also, if fantasy, apocalypse lit., and/or mythology is your thing, I would recommend reading the Gods & Monsters trilogy first - they're right up your alley, and you'll avoid spoilers if you read them first.