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Bravo for the Sister's Grimm Series
Grandmother Grimm's home in Ferryport Landing is actually a community filled with all the characters we humans know and love from our favorite adventure stories and fairytales. The Grimm's have been in charge of keeping things civil in Ferryport Landing between the angry and bitter Everafters and the rest of the community. Many of the Everafters are not happy about the fact that they are magically kept within the city limits to prevent them from doing harm in the human world.
In this book of the series, the Grimm's must enlist the help of Prince Charming, the former mayor of Ferryport Landing, who has made it no secret that he does not like the Grimm family in order to keep the future from turning into something none of them want.
posted by FunTeach on May 15, 2010Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 2, 2014
ODD GIRL OUT 13
Ohhh UNLUCKY 13!!! I'm going to try to post more guys. Probably two stories each weekend, and if it's not on the weekend, three during weekdays. I know that is going to be hard, but I want to move the story along so I can do more stories and read more fanfic. Yay. Now.... I want to see what Nyx does. Come on, whooo hooo. LOL. Nyx looked like she was going to explode, to shatter, to burst into a fiery ball of flames. Eek. I could feel Wren cringing, Sam near tears, and Marc... well just standing there. When it comes to sticky situations, he feels nothing. It's like battle softwear that was built into him. Oh Ares kids. What a mystery you are... I felt bad for dragging everyone into this. But I couldn't do this alone. Nyx started to acream something, but I was wa too busy in my thoughts. Gods. What was happening? I think I saw guards drag away my friends. I was going to scream but I knew that that was not going to work after I was being dragged away by more guards. Something had clamped a hand over my mouth and eyes. I couldn't see or say anything, so doung anything was pointless. Pointless. That was what this quest was. I could already see the paper at Camp saying "Four teens killed by deadly Nyx. You are next." I saw the faces of millions of people as their homes were devoured by darkness. Saw Camp HalfBlood being destroyed by monsters and greek fire. I was too late. My mother was unstoppable. And I was going to watch the world burn. I felt like I was becoming more and more evil. Oh no. Thia was not happening.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.