DEWITCHED: The Untold Story of the Evil Queen

DEWITCHED: The Untold Story of the Evil Queen

by E. L. Sarnoff

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Overview

After serving time for Snow White's attempted murder, the Evil Queen is about to get a makeover. Just not the kind she expected. Thinking she's been sent to a luxurious spa that will enable her to regain her beauty and recapture her title, Fairest of All, Jane Yvel instead finds herself at Faraway, a rehab center that caters to Fairytalelanders addicted to evil.

Upon confronting her love-hate relationship with her magic mirror and the demons of her past, she is sent back to the world of happily-ever-after. Her goal: to discover the true meaning of beauty. Her assignment: to work for Marcella, a demanding Princess-In-Waiting. Jane finds herself irresistibly drawn to Marcella's dashing fiancé, Prince Gallant, and his exquisite seven-year old daughter, Calla Rose. Will the Evil Queen who had no heart end up with a heart that's broken?

Wickedly funny, darkly shocking, and deeply moving, DEWITCHED unravels the Snow White story as we know it and will make you see the evil legend in a new light as she rewrites her life.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615673165
Publisher: Nichols Canyon Press
Publication date: 08/22/2012
Pages: 344
Sales rank: 621,767
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.77(d)

About the Author

Ellen Levy-Sarnoff, writing under the name E. L. Sarnoff, has enjoyed a prolific career in the entertainment industry, creating, writing, and producing television series, including the original Power Rangers. She lives in Los Angeles with her Prince Charming-ish husband, twin princesses, and a bevy of pets. She's also a not-too-evil stepmother. When she's not writing in her PJ's, she likes to dress up and pretend she's Hollywood royalty.

www.elsarnoff.com

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DEWITCHED: The Untold Story of the Evil Queen 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A fabulous, unique retelling of the Snow White Story. We find out what made the Evil Queen evil when she goes to rehab. All your favorite fairy tale characters are there! Fresh, funny and poignant!                                                         Reminded me a lot of the musical Wicked but even better.
SUNRISE53 More than 1 year ago
Nora Ephron meets the Brothers Grimm in this whimsical twist of a classic fairy tale where the Wicked Witch meets her Sigmound Freud. Not my usual type of book but I needed to take a break from my normal sometimes graphic murder mystery. Bravo to E.L. Sarnoff for giving this reader a few days of fun and laughter.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this retelling fairytale.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the story...Snow White is my favorite Disney movie and to see the life of the queen was awesome... although there were some grammer errors, the story itself was great.
Cheeyote-Cheetah More than 1 year ago
A Snarky tale of the evil queen. Every page will make you grin or snicker.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
After serving tiime for Snow White's suppossid death, the Evil Queen is committed to rehab to deal with her addiction to evil.... This is a hoot! The characters are written thoroughly tongue in cheek, with a dash of Gregory Macguire, who opened the door with books like Wicked (which I hated). Jane, the "rehabed" heads to her "halfway house", and a huge bunch of revelations. However, I refuse to disclose any spoilers. I just loved this book
coachp7 More than 1 year ago
It has all fairytell characters with modern day twists. Could not put it down!! Reading the sequel now
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is such a fun read! So what if the author uses modern terms. I loved all 700 something pages of this book . Go ahead! Read it, I loved it and am looking forward to book 3. Yes I read book 2.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The prose in this book is amateurish, its tone, painfully pedestrian. The Queen uses modern parlance to express herself ; words such as "crapload" and phrases such as "what the hell" do not bring to mind The Wicked Queen's regal villainy, and rob the character of any authenticity and believability she might have had. This is not the Grimm Brother's version of the Wicked Queen, or the Disney version; it's the Valley Girl version, if anything. If that appeals to you, then have at it. But after reading the sample, I chose not to.