Tear You Apart
If you want to live happily ever after, first you have to stay alive. Viv knows there's no escaping her fairy-tale curse. One day her beautiful stepmother will feed her a poison apple or convince her on-again-off-again boyfriend, Henley, to hunt her down and cut out her heart before she breaks... show more
If you want to live happily ever after, first you have to stay alive. Viv knows there's no escaping her fairy-tale curse. One day her beautiful stepmother will feed her a poison apple or convince her on-again-off-again boyfriend, Henley, to hunt her down and cut out her heart before she breaks his. In the city of Beau Rivage, some princesses are destined to be prey. But t
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Fairytales are one of my favorite things, but fairytale mashups, or "broken" fairytales, are even cooler! I recently read and loved STITCHING SNOW (by RC Lewis), as well as CINDER and the entire series by Marissa Meyer. I think readers who loved those will love TEAR YOU APART.It starts out with our ...
I really enjoyed this book and I have not read the first one. I didn't realize it was part of a series. Though, its not 100% necessary to read book one, I'd probably have a better understanding of why these curses exist in the first place. Vivian has always known she had Snow White's curse. With ...
Disclaimer: I recieved an digital review copy via Netgalley this did not change or influence my opinion of this book. I’m a huge fan of Snow White. When done right. Unfortunately, more often than not the fairytale gets sort of short sided (cough, having a movie with you’re starring character bei...
I love the little town of Beau Rivage. You never know what to expect or what is going to happen to any particular person.I didn’t care for Viv in Kill Me Softly. She seemed like an awful person. She doesn’t seem much better at the beginning of Tear You Apart, but there are definitely reasons for her...
I got drawn in by the pretty cover. Too bad the story couldn't keep my interest. *sigh*Like a mash up of Grime, Once Upon a Time, and True Blood, as promised by the book summary. Too bad the story fails in the execution. I didn't realize it was the second book in a series, though it didn't feel like...
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