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[Download] ➽ Grim By Christine Johnson – Kdglass.co.uk Inspired by classic fairy tales but with a dark and sinister twist Grim contains short stories from some of the best voices in young adult literature today Ellen Hopkins Amanda Hocking Julie Kagawa Cl[Download] Grim By Christine Johnson Kdglass.co.uk Inspired by classic fairy tales but with a dark and sinister twist Grim contains short stories from some of the best voices in young adult literature today Ellen.

Hopkins Amanda Hocking Julie Kagawa Cl Inspired by classic fairy tales but with a dark and sinister twist Grim contains short stories from some of the best voices in young adult literature today Ellen Hopkins Amanda Hocking Jul.

grim book Grim PDFHopkins Amanda Hocking Julie Kagawa Cl Inspired by classic fairy tales but with a dark and sinister twist Grim contains short stories from some of the best voices in young adult literature today Ellen Hopkins Amanda Hocking Jul.

Kindle Editionî Grim PDF ì There is than one author with this nameI grew up in moved away from and finally came home to Indianapolis Indiana While I was in the “away” part of that adventure I was living in Chicago Illinois where I went to DePaul University and met my husband I majored in Political Science For the record Political Science is a totally useless degree But it’s also totally fascinating and I lov.

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  • Anne

    Kindle Editionî Grim PDF ì grim book, Grim PDFThe links to the failytales are posted with this review at Addicted2HeroinesAnthologies are hard to rate so this 4 star rating is for the book as a whole and not the individual storiesI had fun with this one because I was determined to find out what fairytales all of these stories were retellingLet me say it wasn't all that easy I'm not sure I'm even right with uite a few of them but after spending hours searching the web for clues I


  • Nemo (The Moonlight Library)

    Kindle Editionî Grim PDF ì grim book, Grim PDF35 averageGrim is a collection of 17 short stories based off fairy tales collected by Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm Some of the tales are better known such as Beauty and the Beast and The Snow ueen and some are lesser known such as The Shroud and The Robber BridegroomOverall Grimm was uite a good book and served to introduce me to a range of new authors some of whom I have become instant fans Grimm is good as a taster of sorts to try out authors without committing to a full length novel I’m not reviewing each individual story here for that you can see my status updates underneath this reviewThe only 1 star story wasSkin Trade The Robber Bridegrom by Myra McEntireI believe this one to be the most poorly written I know short stories have brevity but this missed out a whole lot of details and made me feel like I was only getting half the story I was also unsatisfied with the conclusion as it left too many threads openThe 2 star stories were okayBefore the Ros


  • Beatrice Masaluñga

    Kindle Editionî Grim PDF ì grim book, Grim PDFThis collection of short stories is narrated by Christine Johnson and I enjoyed her narration Some stories are good and promising some are just horrible The Key by Rachel Hawkins The psychic story is a good start but it was cut too short and ended vaguely 355 stars Figment


  • Jennifer

    Kindle Editionî Grim PDF ì grim book, Grim PDFI love short stories There's no better way to find new authors than to pick up a well done anthology written by multiple authorsI also love fairy tale retellings More than I probably should Robin McKinnley's books the recently released and super fantastic Roses by GR Mannering the short story col


  • gio

    Kindle Editionî Grim PDF ì grim book, Grim PDF29Buddy read with Simo and Aurora Reading one short story per day April 1 day oneThe key by Rachel Hawkins 3 starsA retelling of Bluebeard The key was a uick enjoyable short story However it was also extremely short I would have liked to see when it came to the ending Apr


  • Kira Simion

    Kindle Editionî Grim PDF ì grim book, Grim PDFAs some of you know Julie Kagawa is one of my favorite authors for now so I'm reading this because of1 Retellings Love


  • Larissa

    Kindle Editionî Grim PDF ì grim book, Grim PDF35 stars You can also find this review at YA Midnight Reads Grim is an anthology written by some great YA authors The short stories that make up it are all fairy tale retellings I enjoyed all of them to a point with the exception of one Some of the stories were a little bit enjoyable and memorable than others though Therefore I will give a uick review of each to showcase my feelings towards each storyThe Key By Rachel Hawkins a retell of BluebeardI wasn’t sure of what to expect with Rachel her writing style is usually humorous and I wasn’t sure how it’d fit into the fai


  • April (Aprilius Maximus)

    Kindle Editionî Grim PDF ì grim book, Grim PDFI managed to read about half of the stories but I just can't bring myself to finish it no matter how hard I try I find anthologies SO HARD to readHere are the ratings for the stories I actually did readThe Key – 45 starsFigment – 3 starsThe Twelfth Girl – 3The Raven Princess – 2Thinner than water – 4Before the Rose Bloomed – 3BeastBeast – 3


  • Rashika (is tired)

    Kindle Editionî Grim PDF ì grim book, Grim PDF This review has also been posted on The Social PotatoThis is definitely one interesting collection of tales and I have to say I definitely enjoyed it on the whole I’ve had my ups and downs while reading this but generally it was pleasu


  • Eleanor (bookishcourtier)

    Kindle Editionî Grim PDF ì grim book, Grim PDFI'm going with about a 25 stars My actual rating was somewhere around 3 but to be honest this really disappointed me I just felt that so many of the stories didn't fit with the theme and weren't the dark whimsical magical stories I thought I was going to get from this Most of them were pretty simplistic pretty cliché and pretty unoriginal and not at all creative I just felt that the authors could have done so much with this premise that they were given I like to read anthologies because it can introduce me to knew authors who I will hopefully love without going through the stress of reading one of their books and then potentially not liking it However there were m


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