A Long, Long Sleep
Publish date: August 11th 2011
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Rosalinda Fitzroy (#1)
I did not expect to like this anywhere near this much. I was expecting kind of fluffy, stupid treatment of the whole idea. Ooh, a Sleeping Beauty story that takes place in the future! There was no way this was going to be good. This was great. I liked the fact that there were some legitimate p...
A heartbreaking psychological drama with traces of the classic fairy tale, Sleeping Beauty, that goes way beyond the normally used and abused clichés, focusing instead on one girl's psychological path to recovery. In a way this reminds me of another novel, _ This Is Not A Test_ in the sense that ...
A Long, Long Sleep, I don't know how to feel about you. I feel like we maybe got off on the wrong foot, because I was expecting to be blown away by your awesomeness. With the promise of a sci-fi fairytale retelling, my mind screamed, "CINDER! MORE OF THAT OMG YES PLEASE!" But you're not like that at...
A Long, Long Sleep is, as the title suggests, a fairytale re-imagining of the Sleeping Beauty story. However, this story is about so much more than a princess who is trapped in a castle; instead, it's a futuristic, sci-fi story about a girl who comes to some unpleasant realizations about her life, a...
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