Into the Wild
Publish date: June 21st 2007
Pages no: 272
Edition language: English
Series: Into the Wild (#1)
I don’t know what I was expecting when I picked this up but this wasn’t it. Don’t worry… it’s a good thing! I was very pleasantly surprised by all the fairy tale elements in the story. The Wild is the place where fairy tales all exist. Think of it like a fairy tale land. Years ago the characters bec...
I actually haven't finished this book because of some unavoidable circumstances. :(
Fairy tale characters who have escaped from the Wild have to combat it with the help of Julie, Rapunzel’s daughter. I liked the concept of this one, but wasn’t ever in love with it. It’s not that the book itself was shallow, but I was never particularly touched by it. [Apr. 2011]
Julie lives a pretty normal life. She has a mother who loves her, a great best friend, and typical middle school issues. The only thing that makes her different is the fact that she is constantly surrounded by the stuff of fairy tales - literally. Her mother, Rapunzel (Zel) found a way to escape ...
This book is a lot of fun, filled with laughs and fresh twists on the fairytales that we all know and love. I really liked that Rapunzel was a main character - she was always a favorite and I have yet to find many retellings of her story. Actually, apart from Rapunzel's Revenge by Shannon Hale, whic...