Before the Fairytale: The Girl With No Name

Before the Fairytale: The Girl With No Name

by Iscah

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Overview

Before the Fairytale: The Girl With No Name by Iscah

Banished from her village, a young shape shifter sets out on a journey to find her place in the world...

The first of four "Before the Fairytale" stories, "The Girl With No Name" is told in a deceptively simple storybook style with the flavor of an original Grimm's fable, but don't expect your typical once upon a time scenario. This is a coming of age tale humorously interwoven with social commentary.

This story is recommended for older children to adult readers (9 & up) but may not be suitable for younger children.

"This short book is a delight from start to finish. . . . not your conventional fairytale." - Fantasy Review Barn

"I fell in love with The Girl. It was such a unique story..." - Eastern Sunset Reads

"This was like reading one of Grimm's fairy tales combined with Shelley's Frankenstein..." - Sandra's Book Club

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045283465
Publisher: AmoebaInk
Publication date: 09/13/2013
Series: Seventh Night
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 728 KB
Age Range: 13 Years

About the Author

Iscah writes books. Sometimes the books write back.

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Before the Fairytale: The Girl With No Name 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
JBronder More than 1 year ago
A young girl learns that she is a shape shifter and can use magic. Since she had no parents she was never given a name. But she did have a caregiver that did his best to raise her with what he had. But upon his death the villagers learn about her secret and banish her. The girl goes on a variety of adventures throughout her travels. She meets all kinds of people and has many adventures. She also learns many things from magic, her family, and most of all what people want and what they are will to do to get those wants. Some of this journey is hard but in the end these lessons guide her to find a place for herself. This is one of those stories that kind of rambles from one point to another. The girl has some hard times and she has some good ones. But all of these shape her into the young lady she becomes in the end. Wasn’t really a fan of the ending but I did understand her choice. This is not one of those happily ever after endings. This is a good story. It is geared toward mid grade readers. I think that kids would like it because it teaches them to embrace their differences and to make their own path. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.
Shawscribbles More than 1 year ago
received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. When I first started the book, I was skeptical as to how I would like it. The tone was old fashioned, much like a fairytale, which was the point as I soon discovered! And the main character has no name, which I thought would be awkward. However I was pleasantly surprised. I wasn't two pages into the book before I was enthralled by it. This is a wonderful tale, beautifully told. The main character, while nameless, is endearing. I was hooked on following her story. The reader gets to see her grow from a young girl of 12 into a young woman. She goes on a myriad of adventures through far off lands. But what I enjoyed most about this book is the focus on a strong female character. She is independent (at first due to circumstances beyond her control and later because she chooses to be) and strong. Beautifully written, I strongly recommend reading this book.