Publish date: 2010-10-14
Pages no: 344
Edition language: English
What a wonderful, unique twist on fairytales! Danley weaves her own style into a retelling of familiar stories and does not disappoint. I love the brevity of her descriptions; it is a rare author that can convey so much information and emotion with so few words and still maintain such a lyrical qual...
The Woodcutter is a fairytale mashup featuring, well the Woodcutter, who is not a man but protects the forest between the twelve kingdoms. One day he happens across a dead girl and uncovers a plot to take over all the kingdoms. There were some interesting aspects for the story how the different tale...
This was a really nice refresher for me. I enjoyed it but it did get a little long feeling at the end in the last three or four chapters. It's good and has some original twists to it. I really liked that the story was told from the Woodcutter's point of view and I kind of like the way you're just...
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