Robin’s Review of Grimm & Dread A Crow’s Twist on Classic Tales
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Grimm & Dread A Crow’s Twist on Classic Tales
Cassandra L. Thompson, Lucas Mann, Ryan Brinson
Grimm & Dread A Crow's Twist on Classic Tales by Cassandra L. Thompson Lucas Mann Ryan Brinson Is it possible to make Grimms' Fairy Tales, the gruesome collection that shaped our storytelling, even more dreadful? Leave it to Quill & Crow Publishing House to try. Included in this anthology are twelve deconstructed tales with "A Crow's Twist." Some are dark and some are meaningful, but all of them will make you reconsider the classic stories in new ways. Featuring authors Lucas Mann, Victoria Audley, Brad Acevedo, Stephen Black, Ryan Brinson, Elou Carroll, Adam Faderewski, Beatrice Hadwin, Sabrina Howard, J.S. Larmore, Zeena Mubarak, and Mary Rajotte.
Robin's Review: I enjoyed these short retelling of fairy tales. I really like them better than the original/classic ones. They were creepy and compelling but also had a lesson hidden in it. I think I will get a hard copy for when my grandchildren are older. Thanks so much for an advance review copy of this book. I am voluntarily leaving a review of my personal opinion.
The stories included are: What the Earth Bore by Mary Rajotte Black as Snow by Zeena Mubarak Where Shadows Fall by Stephen Black The Devils Deal by Ryan Brinson Become a Flute, Become a Spy Glass, Become a Knife by Elou Carroll Godmother Death by Adam M. Faderewski That Which You Have Promised by Sabrina Howard The Three Wounds by Beatrice Hadwin A Tainted Rose by Brad Acevedo What's in a Name by J.S. Larmore The Wind So Mild by Victoria Audley The Crow Princess by Lucas Mann
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