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Once Upon a Time Series, Published by Simon Pulse
The Compulsive Reader
The list author says: "I've always been drawn to fairy tale retellings, and this series has been one of my favorites in the past years. They are such a wonderful delight to read, and the authors are so very talented."
The Storyteller's Daughter: A Retelling of "The Arabian Nights" (Once upon a Time)
"Arabian Nights. One of Dokey's finest, this one left me wondering shere whe was going with it, but the ending was very satisfying."
Beauty Sleep: A Retelling of "Sleeping Beauty" (Once upon a Time)
"Sleeeping Beauty. This one is very different, but in a wonderful way."
Snow: A Retelling of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" (Once upon a Time)
"Snow White. Set in 1800's Wales, this is probably my favorite of them all."
Midnight Pearls: A Retelling of "The Little Mermaid" (Once upon a Time)
"The Little Mermaid. The only word I have to describe this one is haunting. In a wonderful way, of course."
"A more grown up version of Litle Red Riding Hood. This is probably the shortest, but oh so good!"
Sunlight and Shadow (Once Upon a Time)
"The Magical Flute. Althpugh I wasn't familiar with the tale beforehand, this was a very good read, and wasn't confusing at all."
Spirited (Once upon a Time)
"Beauty and the Beast. This was set against the back drop of the French Indian War, and was very good!"
The Night Dance (Once Upon a Time)
"The Twelve Dancing Princesses. This is part fairy tale, part Arthurian legend, and all magic!"
Golden: A Retelling of "Rapunzel" (Once upon a Time)
"Rapunzel. This is a VERY unique twist on Rapunzel, and I enjoyed it immensely."
Water Song: A Retelling of "The Frog Prince" (Once Upon a Time (Simon Pulse))
"The Frog Prince. This is set in Europe during the first World War, and was very good."
Before Midnight: A Retelling of "Cinderella" (Once upon a Time)
"Cinderella. I enjoyed this version of Cinderella even more than the original. Yes, it is that good."
The Rose Bride: A Retelling of "The White Bride and the Black Bride" (Once upon a Time)
"The White Bride and the Black Bride. This is a semi obscure Brothers Grimm tale, but you don't need to know it in order to enjoy this book! It was wonderful!"
The Crimson Thread: A Retelling of "Rumpelstiltskin" (Once upon a Time)
"Rumpelstiltskin. This one is more subtle than the others, and I just loved the historical elements in it."
Belle: A Retelling of "Beauty and the Beast" (Once upon a Time)
"Beauty and the Beast. This one sticks a little closer to the traditional tale than Nancy Holder's Spirited. I loved it all the same though!"
Wild Orchid: A Retelling of "The Ballad of Mulan" (Once upon a Time)
"This one seems to be wandering off the traditional fairy tale path by depicting the Ballad of Mulan. I'm excited to read it!"
The Diamond Secret (Once upon a Time)
"This one is a retelling of the story of Anastasia! I like the cover!"
Winter's Child (Once upon a Time)
"A retelling of The Snow Queen! It's a sweet, quick read!"
Violet Eyes (Once upon a Time)
"The Princess and the Pea. I've been waiting a very long time for them to do a retelling with this fairy tale, and I can't wait to read it!"
The World Above (Once upon a Time)
"This one looks to be Jack and the Beanstalk. I'm very excited to see how the tale is reworked to accommodate the heroine."
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