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The Midnight Dancers: A Fairy Tale Retold
     

The Midnight Dancers: A Fairy Tale Retold

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by Regina Doman
 

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Tired of the tight leash that she and her sisters are kept on by their parents, Rachel Durham is seeking for a way out: and one night, she unexpectedly finds one in their Chesepeake Bay home.
As the pull of the night world grows inexorably stronger upon Rachel, her anxious father enlists the aid of Paul Fester (soldier, medic, juggler, and ninja) to find out what

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Tired of the tight leash that she and her sisters are kept on by their parents, Rachel Durham is seeking for a way out: and one night, she unexpectedly finds one in their Chesepeake Bay home.
As the pull of the night world grows inexorably stronger upon Rachel, her anxious father enlists the aid of Paul Fester (soldier, medic, juggler, and ninja) to find out what his daughters are up to.
With the fifth of Regina Doman's Fairy Tale Novels, Paul embarks on a daring but difficult balancing act to win the girls' trust - before it's too late.

Editorial Reviews

Janet Bachler
Regina Doman is a novelist with the rare gift of speaking to the heart of teenage girls. The Midnight Dancers is a lovely book that resonates with echoes of the fairy tale it's based on while simultaneously taking us inside the modern world of teenage rebellion. Beautifully written and delightful to read, I highly recommend both The Midnight Dancers and Regina as an author.
Elena Tintil
...Like the other fairy tale novels, this story brilliantly combines the familiar of the everyday with the enchantment of extraordinary happenings. Unlike the other books, however, there is more depth and less mystery, which makes a story that is more thought-provoking, though no less engaging.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014410960
Publisher:
Chesterton Press
Publication date:
05/09/2008
Series:
The Fairy Tale Novels , #4
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
215
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Regina Doman lives near Front Royal, Virginia with her husband and their seven children.
More information about her Fairy Tale Novel series can be found at www.fairytalenovels.com. Regina always welcomes email, feedback, and questions from readers.

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The Midnight Dancers: A Fairy Tale Retold 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So thirteen and fourteen is not " full teen" What!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another great book!! Just the end is a little suspencefull and might be considered inapropiate for some kids I would only recommend for full teens, 15+
nutsforgoodbooks More than 1 year ago
But then, I have loved every book Regina Doman has published, so this is no great surprise. I'm so glad I discovered her delightful fairy tale re-tellings, and I recommend them to many people.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is an amazing book and the fourth in Regina Doman's Fairy Tale Novel series. Read the other books first or you won't get it, but this is amazing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked this one-but warnings for parents-DO NOT GIVE THIS BOOK TO ANYONE UNDER 13!!!I am 14 and it was really good, but this is a TEENAGE book. Issues like drugs, alcohol, and even rape are mentioned, mostly very ambiguously, but still... the hero is a very good, sensitive guy and I hold him as my example for my future "knight in shining armor". This book, along with the rest of the series, set an example of what true love, with Christ centered in the relationship, really is.
KKPP More than 1 year ago
This was one cool book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am giving this book five stars in advance even though I don't have it because I have read all of the first three several times