Publish date: July 10th 2010
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Pages no: 236
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Urban Fantasy
, Fairy Tales
Series: Fairytale Retellings (#1)
Let me start with one of my favorite things about this book - no nice werewolves. No smouldering, sexy werewolves. No "misunderstood monster" nonsense. So thank you, THANK YOU Jackson Pearce, for giving me a break from that particularly overdone tendency.In "Sisters Red," Scarlett March lost her eye...
ConfusingTo the one who made the cover,Gorgeous cover.O-kay. I don't think I have ever been confused on a book. Scarlett and Rosie March. Sisters. Hunters.Honestly, I'm speechless. I really don't know what to say after reading.It was good. I liked it. Mostly because of Scarlett.Between the two, it's...
“Knowledge does have a way of making you an outcast.” This story isn't very similar to Little Red Riding Hood though the concept is. Wolves. Or in accurate words, Werewolves. And they are completely mean and nasty and gritty and... Oh, they are just your typical mean bad wolves.If you want me to des...
Very fast read, love fairy tale of Red Riding hood and this adaptation is superbly done even though not something will ever feel the need to read again as it is not a book for my keeper shelf. The scenes are violent, bloody and while well orchestrated think that some of the conflict in this book cou...
Fairy tales and myths keep popping up in stories these days. It seems to be popular to retell an old story in new ways. But I'm certainly not going to complain. When a friend of mine told me that 'Sisters Red' was an amazing story, I knew I had to get my hands on it. She was right. The addictive adv...
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