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The Little Mermaid & the Dry Lands (Queerky Tales #2)

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"Shireen saw the princess tripping on a plank and hitting her head on her way down into the sea, falling unconscious. She rushed to find her underwater and once she did she headed to the closest shore. They looked at each other. Shireen smiled. The princess smiled."
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ebook, 42 pages
Published November 2014 (first published April 28th 2012)
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Serena Yates
Oct 04, 2015 Serena Yates rated it really liked it
Shelves: trans, kids, fairy-tales
In the second story within the ‘Queerky Tales’ series, the author stays very close to the original Christian Anderson version of the fairy tale – which ends rather badly, at least as far as I am concerned. As I realized this was the case, I began to fear the ending, but I was lucky. Rhys came up with an ingenious way of staying true to the original, yet turning it into something even the incurable romantic in me was truly happy with. As a result, this version of the little mermaid is all about ...more
Sandie
Feb 07, 2013 Sandie rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
At the beginning of this book I thought it would be a good book to read to my Granddaughter, but as I continued on I quickly realized that wasn't going to happen.

The writing was good and it made a quick read. Not the type of book I usually, but it did hold my interest.

Melissa
Melissa rated it it was ok
May 13, 2015
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Rhys Christopher Ethan is by no means a scientist, but he is an architect of his own fantasy worlds; an illustrator of emotional and multi-dimensional characters; a doctor of creativity and inspiration and a chemist of genres; mixing two or more, to find the perfect fit for his creations. He lives in a small, dusty lab he calls Home in London and works hard to bring his experiments out into the ...more
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