Rapunzel's Daughters and Other Tales

Bestseller Rapunzel s Daughters and Other Tales Creat Josie E Brown Rose Mambert Bill Racicot Marlena Frank Richard Jay Goldstein Peggy Landsman Kate Larkindale Larry Lefkowitz

Bestseller Rapunzel's Daughters and Other Tales Creat Josie E. Brown Rose Mambert Bill Racicot Marlena Frank Richard Jay Goldstein Peggy Landsman Kate Larkindale Larry Lefkowitz go inside Kindle Josie E. Brown Rose Mambert Bill Racicot Marlena Frank Richard Jay Goldstein Peggy Landsman Kate Larkindale Larry Lefkowitz Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Rapunzel's Daughters and Other Tales book, this is one of the most wanted Josie E. Brown Rose Mambert Bill Racicot Marlena Frank Richard Jay Goldstein Peggy Landsman Kate Larkindale Larry Lefkowitz author readers around the world. . What happens after the Happily Ever After 30 writers answer questions that no one has dared ask before about your favorite fairy tales, nursery rhymes, and legends What dark arts will Little Miss Muffet employ to exact her revenge on the spider Can a guide help the Big, Bad Wolf succeed in eating Little Red Riding Hood without getting caught Is Prince Charming gay What happens after the Happily Ever After 30 writers answer questions that no one has dared ask before about your favorite fairy tales, nursery rhymes, and legends What dark arts will Little Miss Muffet employ to exact her revenge on the spider Can a guide help the Big, Bad Wolf succeed in eating Little Red Riding Hood without getting caught Is Prince Charming gay And will the Beast get tired of ravishing Beauty, and instead turn his attention to Lady Gaga All of these answers and can be found in 31 original stories full of indecisive princesses, talking wolves, unhappy frogs, wicked witches, with a liberal sprinkling of fairy dust, magical transformations, and psychotherapy Named an Editor s Choice title by Independent Publisher Online.. The best Book Rapunzel's Daughters and Other Tales This collection is a wonderful mixture of the magical, the bizarre, and the haunting flavor of the fairytales we’ve all been raised on with a healthy dose of the grown-up world. All of these stories deserve to be read and to be savored with the giddiness of childish abandon.The stories vary from the humorous ones like “The Froggy Prince” which details the difficulties of finding the right enchanted prince to marry, to the frightening like “Snovhit” which describes what could have happened after Snow White rose from the dead. There are a blend of voices, all unique, and all refreshing, with endlessly creative ways of finding ways of retelling the known fairytales. It is especially interesting to see the difference between authors’ takes on the same story, such as “A Wolf’s Guide to the Fairy Tale” by Dave Sellars, and “The Wolf in Standard Ration Clothing” by Michael Takeda, both takes on the Little Red Riding Hood tale. Just to see the differences in these is worth getting your hands on this book.Two stories that stood out from the collection were “The Seven Swan Brothers” by Anne Waldron Neumann. The original tale is dark enough, but the retelling captures that depression and enhances it. There is such hopelessness to the story that really strikes the reader and that lingers even after the last word. “Come, come Blackbird” by Heather Fowler is the only original tale in the collection, and it is a beautifully told story of lost love and misunderstood magic. There’s a darkness to it that makes it a fitting conclusion to this collection.This is a wonderful book, one that should be on the shelves of every person that still hopes to encounter a kissable frog on a lily pad somewhere.
Rapunzel s Daughters Brown, Josie, Mambert, Rose, Racicot Jul , In Rapunzel s Daughters, thirty one authors provide their own spin on fairy tale endings The collection is, frankly, odd Odd and than a little uneven The individual pieces vary in length and depth Some are very dark and some are merely trying very hard to be A few are clever and unique feel forced, like the authors are desperate Rapunzel s Daughters What Women s Hair Tells Us About Jan , In Rapunzel s Daughters, Rose Weitz first surveys the history of women s hair, from the covered hair of the Middle Ages to the two foot high, wildly ornamented styles of pre Revolutionary France to the purple dyes worn by some modern teens In the remainder of the book, Weitz, a prominent sociologist, explores through interviews with dozens of girls and women across the country what hair Rapunzel s Daughters and Other Tales by Josie E Brown Rapunzel s daughters is not my usual cup of tea, but once I started reading, I couldn t put it down Twisted sequels to some of my childhood favorites Very entertaining even if I wasn t familiar with the original flag Like see review Apr , Carla rated it liked it. Rapunzel s Daughters by Josie Brown, Paperback Barnes Jul , Victorian London serves as the setting for Rev DiCerto s elegant story of a young woman s carefully plotted revenge The Spyder , while a modern day adolescent struggles with the family curse of impossibly long hair in Amy E Yergen s Rapunzel s Daughters. Rapunzels Daughters, a book by Josie Brown Book review Jul , Rapunzel s Daughters is a short story collection edited by Josie Brown, Rose Mambert, and Bill Racicot The thirty one stories all hold the common idea of expanding on the classic children s tales with a modern, adult spin Each of the short stories are written by a different author and the length, style and quality all vary greatly, with some quite lighthearted and amusing while others are Ruby Descendants Wiki Fandom Ruby is a character who appears in the Disney Channel animated short series, Descendants Wicked World She is the daughter of Rapunzel and Eugene Fitzherbert According to Audrey, she has long, blonde hair that leaves the room ten minutes after she does Her hair is shown to be prehensile, as it slapped Audrey after she picked it up.

  1. Josie E. Brown Rose Mambert Bill Racicot Marlena Frank Richard Jay Goldstein Peggy Landsman Kate Larkindale Larry Lefkowitz says:
    Josie E. Brown Rose Mambert Bill Racicot Marlena Frank Richard Jay Goldstein Peggy Landsman Kate Larkindale Larry Lefkowitz Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Rapunzel's Daughters and Other Tales book, this is one of the most wanted Josie E. Brown Rose Mambert Bill Racicot Marlena Frank Richard Jay Goldstein Peggy Landsman Kate Larkindale Larry Lefkowitz author readers around the world.

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  1. This collection is a wonderful mixture of the magical, the bizarre, and the haunting flavor of the fairytales we ve all been raised on with a healthy dose of the grown up world All of these stories deserve to be read and to be savored with the giddiness of childish abandon.The stories vary from the humorous ones like The Froggy Prince which details the difficulties of finding the right enchanted prince to marry, to the frightening like Snovhit which describes what could have happened after Snow [...]


  2. What a cool book I have always loved fairy tales and I personally have been very happy to see the resurgence in new takes on some of my favorite fairy tales This book is filled with some great sequels and retellings of fairy tales that were old favorites and a few new to me fairy tales that were really wonderful.Some of my favorites from the book A Wolf s Guide to the Fairy Tale by Dave Sellars A play by play of Little Red Riding Hood from the wolf s point of view Very funny Dr Zum Psychotherapi [...]


  3. This was a good collection of stories centered on what happens after the happily ever after event in fairy tales.Some of my favorite stories were The Spyder where Ms Muffet gets revenge on the spider by using the Dark Arts A Wolf s Guide to the Fairy Tale which is a self help guide for the Big Bad Wolf to capturing and successfully eating Little Red Riding Hoods Snovhit where the prince finds out that Snow White is not herself after being brought back from the Dead and has to work with the Dwarf [...]


  4. I appreciated the shorter ones, at least they got to the point quickly, unlike the longer ones which tended to go on longer than needed I loved David Sellars A Wolf s Guide to the Fairy Tale that alone would have gotten a 5, but not much else passed a 3 for me And I ended up having to skip some that I didn t know the original story of since I had no clue what was going on with the few that I did read.


  5. Let me start by saying that I love fairy tales I love the drama, the romance, the formula they follow I love that they provide lessons sometimes good, sometimes not so much and that they so often feature children outwitting evil hapless stupid ambitious adults I love that they are dark at least the originals and that they stem from the oral tradition of storytelling The one thing that I don t love the endings Don t misunderstand I m as big a fan of a happy ending as the next girl I am, after all [...]


  6. Wow I loved this book There were several super short pieces at the beginning that didn t have quite enough meat to grab me, which worried me, but I kept reading and was incredibly glad I did This anthology has a wide range of pieces from the obvious to the obscure, from the comedic to the heart breaking and was a well rounded collection There were two stories in particular that I loved so much I had to read them out loud to my husband M Shaw s The Death of Urashima Taro and Alison Balaskovits s [...]


  7. Small press collection of fairy tale what happened nexts This has a nice range of approaches modern retellings, literal sequels, historical or fantasy historical reimaginings but the stories generally didn t grab me Some were just excuses for snarkiness others were excuses for a hard done by character to count coup and strike a triumphant pose The rest had a , mm, lit genre structure than I prefer That is, as a genre fantasy reader I wound up saying Nice mood piece but not really a story a lot.


  8. As other reviewers have noted, the quality of the individual stories was very uneven There were a couple very good stories, but there were others that seemed just churned out to meet the bare requirements of the anthology.


  9. Rapunzel s daughters is not my usual cup of tea, but once I started reading, I couldn t put it down Twisted sequels to some of my childhood favorites Very entertaining even if I wasn t familiar with the original.


  10. Very short stories are in this anthology by multiple talented authors Each story contains a new twist on a beloved fairy tale 31 stories in all, great for one a day for a month A great way to experience a new realm and feed your love of stories and reading.






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