Publish date: March 25th 2008
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 434
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Historical Fiction
, Young Adult Fantasy
, Fairy Tales
, Fairy Tale Retellings
Series: Wildwood (#1)
I have not hated a character as much as I hate Tati in a long while. She is a complete idiot and way too-stupid-to-live. Apart from the insta-love, her sheer egoistic behavior throughout the book, and thoughtlessness towards her sisters, her then literally wasting away for no good reason and almost ...
Wildwood Dancing -- Juliet Marillier Book 1 of Wildwood series 2007 Release -- Alfred A. Knopf Books Young Adult, Fairy Tale Retellings, High Fantasy, Magic, Romance *Based on The Twelve Dancing Princesses and The Frog Prince Juliet Marillier has a way of creating a world and a culture within her ...
I have yet to read anything by Juliet Marillier that I haven't loved. Wildwood Dancing started out a little slow, but once it got going I couldn't put it down. I loved the characters even though some of them could be frustrating at times. And speaking of characters, I wanted to punch Cesar in the f...
~~Moved from GR: 9/290 left!~~ Wildwood Dancing by Juliet Marillier Wildwood Dancing may be, externally, a fairytale retelling, but on a deeper level, it is a commentary on feminism and the role of women. Jena, the main character, is strong and perceptive, but trapped and stifled by her role as ...
This is a book to be read in the fall, preferably a crisp October day. Wrap yourself in a warm blanket, curl up in your favorite reading seat, lose yourself in this magical fantasy. I believe that hard work and perseverance supersedes natural talent, but sometimes, there is just no denying that som...
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