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Cinderella: From Fabletown with Love (NOOK Comics with Zoom View)
     

Cinderella: From Fabletown with Love (NOOK Comics with Zoom View)

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by Chris Roberson
 

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When supernatural artifacts from the Homelands begin surfacing in the modern world, it falls to Cinderella, Fabletown's best kept (and best dressed) secret agent to stop the illegal trafficking. But can Cindy foil the dark plot before Fabletown and its hidden, exiled inhabitants are exposed once and for all? And how does her long lost Fairy Godmother factor into the

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When supernatural artifacts from the Homelands begin surfacing in the modern world, it falls to Cinderella, Fabletown's best kept (and best dressed) secret agent to stop the illegal trafficking. But can Cindy foil the dark plot before Fabletown and its hidden, exiled inhabitants are exposed once and for all? And how does her long lost Fairy Godmother factor into the equation?

Whether she's soaring through clouds, deep-sea diving, or cracking jaws, Cindy travels from Manhattan to Dubai and hooks up with a handsome, familiar accomplice who may be harboring secret motives of his own. Meanwhile, trouble brews back home in Fabletown when Cindy's overworked, underappreciated assistant decides to seize control of The Glass Slipper, Cindy's exclusive shoe boutique.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781401242121
Publisher:
DC Comics
Publication date:
02/05/2013
Sold by:
DC Comics
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
144
Sales rank:
857,468
File size:
68 MB
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Meet the Author

Chris Roberson's writings include the novels Here, There & Everywhere, The Voyage of Night Shining White, Paragaea: A Planetary Romance, X-Men: The Return, Set the Seas on Fire, The Dragon's Nine Sons, End of the Century, Iron Jaw and Hummingbird, Three Unbroken, and Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War II, and the comic book series Cinderella: From Fabletown With Love. His short stories have appeared in such magazines as Asimov's, Interzone, Postscripts, and Subterranean, and in anthologies such as Live Without a Net, FutureShocks, and Forbidden Planets. Along with his business partner and spouse Allison Baker, he is the publisher of MonkeyBrain Books, an independent publishing house specializing in genre fiction and nonfiction genre studies, and he is the editor of anthology Adventure Vol. 1. He has been a finalist for the World Fantasy Award four times--once each for writing and editing, and twice for publishing--twice a finalist for the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, and four times for the Sidewise Award for Best Alternate History (winning the Short Form in 2004 with his story "O One" and the Long Form in 2008 with his novel The Dragon's Nine Sons). Chris and Allison live in Austin, Texas with their daughter Georgia.

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Cinderella: From Fabletown with Love 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This first "Cinderella" book was fairly short, but it did cover an entire story arc. (Cindy meets Aladdin) At least there aren't any loose ends at the story's conclusion. It is a reasonable length, but shorter than the average "Fables" compilation book. The idea behind "Cinderella" is that it is a side-story or sub-plot to show the reader what Cindy gets up to when she is not working at her shoe shop. She is a spy for the Fabletown sheriff. (Not a spoiler since she says that she is a spy on page two.) She goes on various missions. She meets other fables and cleverly stops the bad guys. It is too bad that the other fables view her so poorly. She does a lot for her hometown that nobody, but us and the sheriff, will ever know. This can be read as a stand alone book. But, it is better if you have read a few of the "Fables" books. I liked it. If you like the "Fables" graphic novel series, then you will probably like this book too. What I did not like was that the art style seemed to change in each chapter. I prefer continuity in a comic. Regardless, I recommend this book highly, even if I did have one complaint. -AvidReader
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nice and all
Anonymous More than 1 year ago