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message 1: by Eve (new)

Eve I honestly thought I was the only one who felt that way!


message 2: by Chelsea (new)

Chelsea Nope! Glad I'm not the only one feeling that way either!


message 3: by Logan (new)

Logan Lolz


message 4: by Willa (new)

Willa Valentine (paper.seas) I finished the first book a few years ago. Should I read the next ones?


message 5: by Chelsea (new)

Chelsea ➳ willa ◞ wrote: "I finished the first book a few years ago. Should I read the next ones?"

I thought the second and third books were on par with the first one, but I've been disappointed with the two most recent ones. I don't think I would recommend the series overall at this point, but maybe if you really like the first one.


message 6: by Willa (new)

Willa Valentine (paper.seas) Thanks. :)


message 7: by Sasha (new)

Sasha Personally, I think that he just kept the same villain for too long and tried to drag out the series in ways that were exhausting. I LOVED the first three books, but then it started to get annoying. I just wanted it to END ALREADY. I finished the fifth book and decided that I couldn't be bothered anymore.


message 8: by Chelsea (new)

Chelsea Sasha wrote: "Personally, I think that he just kept the same villain for too long and tried to drag out the series in ways that were exhausting. I LOVED the first three books, but then it started to get annoying..."

Couldn't agree more!


message 9: by Katie (new)

Katie I agree with the fact that there was not a lot of the fairy tale world in this one..and that disappointed me, along with the fact that Froggy wasn't mentioned at all in this book..


message 10: by Chelsea (new)

Chelsea Katie wrote: "I agree with the fact that there was not a lot of the fairy tale world in this one..and that disappointed me, along with the fact that Froggy wasn't mentioned at all in this book.."

Agreed! Hopefully the next one will be better. :)


message 11: by Ava (new)

Ava i agree, this one wasn't the same as the others, or the other one. Maybe he's rushing through the books to fast.


message 12: by Chelsea (new)

Chelsea Ava wrote: "i agree, this one wasn't the same as the others, or the other one. Maybe he's rushing through the books to fast."

I agree!


message 13: by Chloe (new)

Chloe Honestly what's the point of reading the book and not liking it and reading the next book anyways. You'll probably just write another review like this one. And you're probably to old and think the series is bad. Well it's not bad to the young people like me.


message 14: by Chelsea (new)

Chelsea Chloe wrote: "Honestly what's the point of reading the book and not liking it and reading the next book anyways. You'll probably just write another review like this one. And you're probably to old and think the ..."

I agree that this series is meant for younger readers, but some of my favorite books are meant for younger readers. Being middle grade doesn't excuse bad quality. You're right that I likely won't love the last one, but I have invested a lot of time in the first five books so I have an interest in seeing how it ends. I'm glad you enjoyed it though!


Farmboyfun sims 4 I've got book six but i'm up to a brother's burden . anyway it is the most awsome book in the whole of the land of stories apart from the land of stories mother goose diarys and the land of stories treasury of classic fairy tales with puss in boots thumbilina jack and the beanstalk and Goldielockes and the 3bears


Alexandra Mashchenko WE GET IT! You don't like the other books, just STOP talking crap about them! Thank You


message 17: by natan schaller (new)

natan schaller what i'm not aloud to buy the book.


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