Once Upon A Quest

Once Upon A Quest

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Once Upon A Quest by Annie Bellet, Anthea Sharp, Sara C. Roethle

Fifteen brand new fairytale twists from bestselling and award-winning authors. With inspirations ranging from The Ugly Duckling to Snow White, and everything in between (including trips to Camelot and Oz), these fabulous tales are full of adventure, romance, and a touch of magic.

WEST of the MOON by Annie Bellet
A BELL in the NIGHT by Eveyln Snow
WHITE ROSE by Phaedra Weldon
The GOBLIN and the TREASURE by Alethea Kontis
The RUINS of OZ by Alexia Purdy
A TOUCH of GOLD by Rachel Morgan
MAGIC and MACHINERY by Jamie Feguson
BANE and BALM by Jenna Elizabeth Johnson
CAT WHITE by Kay McSpadden
KING ARTHUR and the CHALICE of LIFE by Julia Crane
FEAR of FALLING by Shawntelle Madison
The MERROW'S GOLDEN RING by Sara C. Roethle
TAKE my MONSTERS by C. Gockel

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158870118
Publisher: Fiddlehead Press
Publication date: 02/08/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 169,790
File size: 634 KB

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Includes: Alethea Kontis, C. Gockel, Shawntelle Madison, Julia Crane, Kay McSpadden, Jenna Elizabeth Johnson, Nikki Jefford, Jamie Ferguson, Alexia Purdy, and Phaedra Weldon

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Once Upon A Quest 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Scottnme More than 1 year ago
This is a great group of short stories from some amazing writers. They are fresh twists on some of our fave fairytales. I enjoyed all of the stories and was introduced to some new Authors which is why I like getting these types of collections. The stories I loved most and would love to possibly see turned into longer stories are The Ruins of Oz by Alexia Purdy, White Rose by Phaedra Weldon & Take My Monsters by C. Gockel.
thicks More than 1 year ago
I got this boxset because one of my favorite authors is in it Alexia Purdy, I kept reading more because it was a nice blend and twist to the fairy tales we know and love. Oz isn't the Oz we grew up with and neither is the Puss in Boots. A nice twist to the old tale of Snow White instead it's a guy and he isn't quite right. The list goes on with each story a little different than you expect and a note to tell why or how they came up with it. The stories are short but give you just enough to enjoy them some of course more than others.