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Twisted Fairy Tale Anthology

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Isabelle Rose's Twisted Fairy Tale Anthology will include short stories and poems from some of today's newest and hottest authors, all based on classic Fairy Tales, but twisted beyond your imagination.

This anthology includes poems and stories written by Isabelle Rose, Cassandra Lee, Jennifer L. Miller, Leigh Dragoon, Dave Rex, Charlotte Emma Gledson, John H. Howard, Jeff E
Paperback, First Edition, 267 pages
Published December 5th 2009 by Lulu (first published 2009)
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Jan 27, 2010 rated it did not like it
Shelves: 2010, anthology, fail, fantasy

Not worth the paper it’s printed on. Or, in my case, the memory space it takes on my jump drive. I tried to stick it out to the end. I really did. But the writing overall was like a high school freshman creative writing class’ homework. The horrific punctuation made some of the stories even more difficult to read. The editing really needs to be polished up. I would be embarrassed if I edited something so poorly. That confuses me, actually, because the editor also contributed some of th
Romancing the Book
Apr 29, 2011 rated it did not like it
Shelves: anthology, erotica
Review by Zita

Twisted Fairy Tales is a collection of 14 short stories and poems loosely based on classic fairy tales.

The stories and poems in this anthology are not for children. They run the gamut from rape to abuse to cruelty and back again. Do they have morals? Yes, but certainly not the morals you find in the original tales. They are moderately well told, but could all have benefited from some more editing. There isn't much that disappoints me more while reading a story than when the author
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