Ashes to Ashes and Cinder to Cinder (The Grimm Diaries Prequels, #2)
Pages no: 28
Comparing to the first one in this prequel, this one is not as good. However, I still had a good time reading it. The pace was a little slow and the conversations were a bit choppy, but when everything fell into place, it became a pretty fascinating story.
Original Review posted at Bookwyrming Thoughts.Note: Part of The Grimm Diaries Prequels 1-6. Reviewing the prequels separately.Disclaimer: I recieved this book from the author for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not influence my review in any way. Like I said in my review for Sn...
This review was first posted on Northern Plunder, if you want to see more reviews please click here.This short story has a slightly different feel too it as its from the view of a Dreamhunter, her job is to enter the dreams of the fairy tale characters to help guide them on the right track, this par...
not perfect. But its really enjoyable and very funny. really liked Alice and Loki.
In this prequel to The Grimm Diaries series, we are introduced to Loki (a Dreamhunter who, I understand, is going to be a big part of the first book, if not the whole series), and Alice Grimm. And we are treated to the usual YA girl-meets-boy-but-doesn't-want-to-admit-she-likes-him banter between th...
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