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Michael Cadnum
Michael Cadnum is the author of thirty-five books, including the National Book Award finalist The Book of the Lion.  A two-time Edgar Allen Poe Award nominee, and an award-winning poet, Cadnum's work is widely acclaimed.He lives in Albany, California, across the bay from San Francisco, with his... show more

Michael Cadnum is the author of thirty-five books, including the National Book Award finalist The Book of the Lion.  A two-time Edgar Allen Poe Award nominee, and an award-winning poet, Cadnum's work is widely acclaimed.He lives in Albany, California, across the bay from San Francisco, with his wife Sherina. For more of the latest on Cadnum and his work visit his website www.MichaelCadnum.com 
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Kylex
Kylex rated it 4 years ago
These seems like a collection of 'what if' scenarios from various fantasy Authors and they are very enjoyable for a casual read; a few of them would even qualify for college-level analysis, I believe.
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 4 years ago
This is a fantastic anthology that's based on fairytales told from the point of view of the villains. It's also great for both younger and older readers; I loved it, and got a lot out of it, although I'm older than the targeted audience. Then again, Ellen Datlow is a top-notch editor and garners...
Peace, Love & Books
Peace, Love & Books rated it 6 years ago
Superb historical fiction!
LondaLocs
LondaLocs rated it 6 years ago
So glad I stuck it out with this anthology of reborn fairy tales. I LOVE fairy tales. Goodreads lists Andrew Lang as one of my favorite authors because I read ALL of the fairy tale collections he put together. I think that is when I first got my true LOVE for reading by reading all of the LANG books...
Miss Clark
Miss Clark rated it 6 years ago
As it is with so many anthologies, there is good, enjoyable, bad and those oh-so-special "Where is the bleach so I can get this story out of my mind?" stories. This was an "adult" fairytale anthology and it most certainly is not all about the HEA ending. Most of them are dark and depressing, with an...
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