Publish date: October 29th 2009
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Pages no: 308
Edition language: English
Noooope. Nopenopenopenopenope. Full thoughts here
Probably I should start out by saying that I didn't know the fairy tale this is retelling, although I know similar ones (lots of overlap if fairy tales). The first part gives us a pretty normal modern teen, thinking about college, what to do with the rest of her life, etc. She happens to live in an ...
Read this review and others at Great Imaginations!"You are brightness. You are light. I come from a world of ice."East of the Sun, West of the Moon is my favorite fairy tale, and brought me closer to Scandinavian literature. When I read the description for this book, I was all over it. I already re...
I did read this in a sitting and it kept my interest, however it did leave me feeling that that there wasn't enough there for me to recommend it. Normally this sort of thing would make me very happy but the romance wasn't there. It just didn't come across as real, it came across as if she was almos...
It's been a while since I read an "East of the Sun, West of the Moon" retelling. Based on the synopsis and other reviews, I was cautiously optimistic. I also picked this up because I loved the cover art.Characters: Cassie is a generally likable protagonist. She's grown up at a research station on th...
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