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by Sarah Cross, Kim Mai Guest
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Malin rated it 5 years ago
Mirabelle has been raised by her extremely overprotective guardians, knowing that her parents died in a fire on the night of her christening. She desperately wants answers about her parents and her background, but her two guardians are none too forthcoming, and so Mira feels she has no choice but to...
The Primroses Were Over
The Primroses Were Over rated it 5 years ago
This wasn't bad, but I was kind of hoping for more. It was an idea I have always loved and I always just jump on: a fairy tale universe that is part of our own world, with all of the knowledge that comes from that. Fairy tale characters that know their stories? I am absolutely there every time the...
A Spoopy Love Affair With Books
A Spoopy Love Affair With Books rated it 5 years ago
Because I read so many fairy tale retellings, this one kept coming up, and I kept ignoring it, seeing those magic, off-putting words (or so I thought ): "A modern reimagining." Ugh, no thank you! How could that possibly be as creative, as fun, as a fantasy world? I had visions of Once Upon a Time da...
Tessa's Blog
Tessa's Blog rated it 6 years ago
Mirabelle's 16th birthday is coming up, but she still has no idea how to live.Her guardians have forbidden almost everything in her life, so she is not really living at all.Everything from going out with friends and having a boyfriend to simple things like shaving her legs and watching television ar...
Abandoned by user
Abandoned by user rated it 7 years ago
This review was previously posted on amazon on May 2, 2012: I am a huge fan of fairy tale retellings, and have read a lot of them. This one falls into the middle of the pack. I enjoyed it, but didn't find it especially compelling. It is set in a modern world as opposed to a historical world, and i...
Howdy YAL!
Howdy YAL! rated it 7 years ago
I do not own these Disney villains. I wish I did because then half of them would’ve won. I’m merely using them for purposes of reviewing this book. Jafar: Okay, as head of this committee I have to say everyone’s idea for revenge sucks. I’ll even admit that my own did. And I had my own direct...
Khanh the Killjoy
Khanh the Killjoy rated it 7 years ago
None of the girls was asleep, drugged, playing, waiting. They were dead. They had been killed here. She wanted to be horrified. It seemed sick to be jealous, too, but she was. It hurt to know he’d loved so many other girls; that she was not special, not unique. Mira Lively is 15 years old. Upon th...
Reading Wolf
Reading Wolf rated it 7 years ago
Back in May 2012, I picked up Sarah Cross' Kill Me Softly from my local library. Kill Me Softly was about a girl named Mira who runs away to the town of her birth. That town just happens to be inhabited by people from fairytales. I enjoyed that story well enough and rated it 3 stars on GR. (See R...
Lizreader's Blog
Lizreader's Blog rated it 7 years ago
Kill Me Softly by Sarah Cross began as an interesting spin-off of fairy tales and in the beginning captured my interest. As I progressed through the novel I began to see the problems, by the end I was happy again. At first, this book sounded like a YA take of "Once Upon a Time" on ABC about fairytal...
we were young and naive still
we were young and naive still rated it 7 years ago
4.5 stars.
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