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Little Dead Riding Hood by Amie Borst
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it was amazing

I had the pleasure of reading Cinderskella by Amie and Bethanie Borst last year, and enjoyed Little Dead Riding Hood just as much. A scene from this story gave me the feeling a third book in the Scarily Ever Laughter series is in the making and am already looking forward to it.

This awesome morbid twist on the Little Red Riding Hood story we grew up with was as fun and funny as I expected it to be. It started off with a young looking vampire named Scarlet starting the 6th grade (AGAIN!) in a new city and making friends with a girl named Cindy, the main character from Cinderskella. Other characters from the spooky story inspired by the popular Cinderella tale were featured in this book as well and it was interesting to see the unusual bunch of friends interact with each other…

If you’ve read Cinderskella, you already know what Cindy turns into at night, and what the character named Ethan becomes. I don’t want to spoil the fun for those who have not had a chance to read it yet. What are you waiting for though? Read Cinderskalla A.S.A.P and then jump right into Little Dead Riding Hood! It won’t be predictable, I promise. Scarlet’s visits to granny’s house takes an unexpected turn and you won’t want to put the book down.

The book is over 300 pages, but is an easy read for pre-teens and just as enjoyable for adults. The artwork within the pages of the book is pretty cool too.
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September 16, 2014 – Shelved
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