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Happily ever after is a thing of the past.

As long as there are children in the world, there will be fairy tales.

Since the dawn of time, parents have passed down legends and stories to their children, and parents will probably continue telling these stories until the end of time.

Of course, the fairy tales of tomorrow won't be the same stories of today. What will these ta
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Paperback, 174 pages
Published June 2014 by Fey Publishing
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Lauren Sapala
Jul 25, 2014 rated it it was amazing
This is a great little collection.

Some of the stories are spooky, some are very dark and messed up, and some are just plain weird. I really liked all of them and found myself gulping down three or four stories at a time. My very favorites were “The Rumpled Man” by Setsu Uzume (creepy and delicious) and “The Law of Mirrors” by Christina Elaine Collins (original new take on an old fairy-tale). Both are very twisty, dark stories with unexpected endings.

I also like that it hit all my sweet spots ac
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Andrew Roberts
Oct 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This is a fine little collection with Setsu Uzume's The Rumpled Man being my favourite.
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Overall, this was a good anthology and a great addition to my shelf. The stories within it are all well-edited and fit together within the theme well. Like every anthology, some stories appeal more to me than others, but I felt like there was a bit more variation in the quality than I usually see - a couple of the stories were a bit rambly or punctuated their endings with metaphorical periods when it should have been metaphorical exclamation points. Others were well worth a reread.

One thing that
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I'm a writer of tales both real and make believe. I've been blogging for well over 10 years and love sharing quirky tales with others.

My fiction is usually darker, though I dabble in lighter stuff now and then. I love reading and writing about new worlds, creatures or circumstances one would never experience in this lifetime. Futuristic sci-fi, fantasy, and horror are my genres of choice
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