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Scott Reads It!
Scott Reads It! rated it 7 years ago
Seen at Scott Reads It Who doesn't love a well-done fairy tale retelling? Recently I became a huge fan of this genre because of books like Cinder and Scarlet. In my effort to read more retellings, I had requested Strands Of Bronze and Gold from NetGalley. I would like to thank Knopf for...
Erin's Books
Erin's Books rated it 7 years ago
Review to come.
Words, Pages, and Books
Words, Pages, and Books rated it 7 years ago
The saying “It’s not you, it’s me,” could not have been more true than when I read and finished Strands of Bronze and Gold by Jane Nickerson.Sophie was a young, sweet, innocent girl full of curiosity. She loved being at the house and exploring all around it. Sophie was kind, very good hearted, and b...
Happy Booker
Happy Booker rated it 8 years ago
Strands of Bronze and Gold was an okay read but with an excellent audio narration by Caitlin Prennace. I probably would have abandoned this story very early on because of the annoying main character had it not been for Prennace's wonderful storytelling. I also enjoyed the writing and flow of the sto...
debzbookshelf
debzbookshelf rated it 8 years ago
Strands of Bronze and Gold was a complex, beautiful, disturbing book that excelled in every way. Jane Nickerson was able to reimagine a classic tale that sent many of us to bed with nightmares, and set it in the surprising world of pre-civil war Mississippi. This combination seems beyond strange at ...
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