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by Elissa Sussman
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Howdy YAL!
Howdy YAL! rated it 5 years ago
Once upon a time, I would’ve forced myself to finish if not at least read most of Stray. But I’ve grown up a lot since I started regularly blogging (circa 2012). And I’ve grown fed up with books like Stray. Common reaction to books like Stray. I’m going to be frank, this book should’ve never ...
YA Anonymous
YA Anonymous rated it 5 years ago
Follow The Path or be Redirected. If I had to live under this system of caste, I'd go batty. However, it made this a fantastic read. Magic, Princesses, tales of an evil magical queen abducting young women. And of course, a pet wolf. No great fairy tale is complete with out a wolf! OR fairy godmothe...
Bows & Bullets Book Blog
Bows & Bullets Book Blog rated it 5 years ago
This review is also available on my blog, Bows & Bullets Reviews Princess Aislynn has spent her life trying to follow her Path. This dictates that she will refrain from using magic because only wicked girls do that and she will await her 16th birthday with grace and dignity. Upon that day, she'll ...
Books With Bite
Books With Bite rated it 5 years ago
I always have a heart for fairytales so I definitely wanted to give this book a try. This story is quite unique and gives the reader a story to look forward to. Plot: This is about a girl who has magic, yet this magic is restricted. I found that in the beginning of the story the plot moved slowly. I...
Nemo @ The Moonlight Library
Nemo @ The Moonlight Library rated it 5 years ago
In a misogynistic world where women’s natural magic has branded them dangerous, stupid, and in need of controlling constant guidance, Aislynn is living the dream: she’s a princess in a fairytale world complete with fairy godmothers, handsome princes, and happily ever afters. Except that when Aislynn...
isamlq rated it 5 years ago
I wish I loved this. But mostly it's was me waiting and waiting and then waiting some more for the story to move beyond all the hating on what certain women could do plus a lot of asking why that was the case. There are glimpses into men and what they could do, as well as a hazy history of four sist...
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