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“Coombs mines the tropes of folklore for her situations and characters, and fans . . .will appreciate the strong feminist ending.” —Booklist
“Enchanted forests, rampant transmogrification, evil sorceresses and giants are all fine fodder for Coombs’s invent twists on traditional fairy tales.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Coombs again takes a familiar setup . . . and makes it fresh with droll humor, brisk plotting, and multidimensional characters. . . . A warm, witty story that will leave readers clamoring for the next installment.” —The Horn Book
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This book is so funny. I laughed my way through it. It is full of misfit fairytale characters and mixed up fairytale stories! Anyone who liked the first book will love this book - it is an instant classic with young girls around the ages of 12. Nothing suggestive in it. E.D. Baker lovers you have meet Kate Coombs !!!! - A bit boring but an overall good read.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 17, 2012
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