Fairytales

I love fairytales both original and new takes on them. Here are some books I have reviewed with the fairytale theme!
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Bookshelf Butterfly: The Last Wish by Andrzej Sapkowski

The Last Wish Read Online Complete in genre Fantasy by Andrzej Sapkowski book – Books Online Recommended

Bookshelf Butterfly: Bitter Greens by Kate Forsyth

Today's guest is Australian author Kate Forsyth. Gillian Polack took the opportunity to ask her some questions that she's wanted to ask for .

Bookshelf Butterfly: Rags & Bones edited by Melissa Marr & Tim Pratt

Bookshelf Butterfly: Rags & Bones edited by Melissa Marr & Tim Pratt

Bookshelf Butterfly: Nevermore by David Niall Wilson

Nevermore - A Novel of Love, Loss, & Edgar Allan Poe: David Niall Wilson, Lisa Snellings: life in The Great Dismal Swamp

Bookshelf Butterfly: The Wild Girl by Kate Forsyth

Dortchen Wild has loved Wilhelm Grimm since she was a young girl. Under the forbidding shadow of her father, the pair meet secretly to piece together a magical fairy tale collection.

Bookshelf Butterfly: Once Upon a Time Reawakened by Odette Beane

Reawakened: A Once Upon a Time Tale: I just got this book too, so can't wait to read it!

Bookshelf Butterfly: The Book of Lost Things by John Connolly

Bestselling author John Connolly turns his unique imagination to the ancient tradition of legend and fairytale in this engrossing novel about the loss of innocence and the enduring power of story in our lives.

Bookshelf Butterfly: New World Fairy Tales by Cassandra Parkin

From New World Fairy Tales: Written By Cassandra Parkin 2011 Edition Publisher: Salt Publishing [paperback]

Bookshelf Butterfly: Grimm Tales by Philip Pullman

Pullman, Grimm Tales – Took me right back to when I was little kid, hiding my face under the duvet :)

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