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Grimm Tales by John  Kenyon
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Jan 13, 15

really liked it
bookshelves: e-book, review-requested, untreed-reads, fantasy, anthology, short2-51-100-pages, fairy-tale-retelling
Read from May 06 to June 20, 2012

What if you took a classic fairy tale and rewrote it for modern day? This anthology has 17 authors who did just that.

This is a great collection! The stories are short, so you can fit them in whenever you have time to read. Maybe not at a red light, but just about any other time. I enjoyed all but one story. I’m not going to say which one because it just happened to be written in a style I don’t like, so the story may be perfectly fine for most everyone else. If it’s really bugging you and you gotta know which one, just think about Star Trek: The Next Generation. Do you recall what Capt. Picard’s favorite holodeck program is? Not a Star Trek fan? Oh, well. You’ll just have to guess. You have 17 tries to get it right. *grins*

*The publisher provided a copy of this book to me for review. Please see disclaimer page on my blog.
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