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Into the Wild by Sarah Beth Durst
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Mar 11, 2012

really liked it
Read from February 13 to March 02, 2012

Shannon Miranda
Traditional Literature Genre

This is the story of Julie, whose mother is Rapunzel (Zel) from the fairy tale we all know. Zel fought and was able to release all of the characters from these fairy tale stories so that they can lead real normal lives. Julie and her brother Puss-in-Boots (the cat) now has the task of trying to save her mother and the rest of the characters from the power of the “Wild” which had been contained but was released.
This was a fun story and a unique creative retelling of all the different fairy tales. Some of which I was not aware of, or that the stories were different from what I have known them to be. It piqued my interest in further researching the stories.
I really liked this story and look forward to reading the sequel “Out of the Wild”. The underlying message is not about fairytales but the understanding that a mother is so much more than what a teenage daughter’s view can be.
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