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Masque of the Red Death
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Wendy Darling
Ah, steampunk libertines! Who'd have thought they'd be so appealing?

Books that are heavily influenced by classic stories are always tricky, particularly when it's as ambitious an undertaking as a story inspired by the Edgar Allan Poe classic. I loved the lavish setting and moodiness of the original story, so I had my doubts that anything could come close to capturing its crazy vibe. But somehow Bethany Griffin has managed to create a very similarly dark, extravagant feeling in her gothic adapta
Ruby Slippers ✨
Generally speaking, I liked Masque of the Red Death but it wasn't special.

I found certain aspects of the story to be visually . . . interesting, but not necessarily appealing (omg, all that Ke$ha glitter). I found other aspects to be rather convenient and lacking a proper explanation (next book, maybe?). The most disappointing thing for me was the plot being over shadowed on a number of occasions to focus on (ready for it?) i n s t a ♥ l o v e and a l o v e ♥ t r i a n g l e. Both love interest
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