Publish date: May 8th 2012
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Edition language: English
Series: Woodcutter Sisters (#1)
This story was as charming as it was frustrating. The narrator does a beautiful job with her lovely, lilting fairytale-like accent but the material has issues even a skilled narrator can’t overcome. A beautiful young lady named Sunday falls truly, madly, deeply in love with a frog. A talking frog, m...
I read this a few months ago, actually, so this review's late. But now I'm reading the sequel, and I happen to have some free time, so I'm finally getting around to it. :) I really like this book. It's mostly based off of the frog prince fairytale, but it's got a lot of other fairytales mixed in, ...
As this book began, I thought I would adore it. I really liked the tone, which was whimsical while still paying proper deference to the many fairy tale tropes woven throughout the story. This is definitely the most mashed-up fairy tale mash-up I've ever read, and while I thought that would make it d...
one of the best fairytale retelling I've read. I cried multiple times.
What's this about: Sunday Woodcutter is from a weird, magical family and, as so often happens, she falls in love and then weirdness and trouble follow. Or, if you want a more basic summary, it's like the princess and the frog story got thrown into overdrive. Thoughts: There was a point somewhere i...
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