The Witch of Duva
Publish date: June 5th 2012
Pages no: 43
Edition language: English
Series: The Grisha
Clever story told as folk-tale, very grim, in all senses of the word
I waited to read this short until after I had read [b:Shadow and Bone|10194157|Shadow and Bone (The Grisha, #1)|Leigh Bardugo|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1339533695s/10194157.jpg|15093325], because I didn't want any spoilers, and I figured that I'd appreciate the story more after having read the f...
Shit. Fuck... fuck. This is how you take some fairy tale elements and turn it into a horror from an unexpected quarter.
This is my second foray into the story universe of Grisha, after The Too-Clever Fox. It is also the latest of the dark fantasy stories I've been reading of late. A dark retelling of Hansel & Gretel, but mainly focuses on Gretel Nadya - her brother and father does not feature much in most of the stor...
The Witch of Duva is a fairytale set in the world of Shadow and Bone. It borrows mostly from Hansel and Gretel, but has its own twist. I did not see the ending coming and enjoyed it. It can easily be read without knowing anything about the series and is posted online for free here: http://www.to...
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