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Monday, January 27, 2014

Stack of Five (15): Fairy Tales

My brain has switched into fairy tale mode, so this month's theme is fairy tale inspired. Vote in the comments for which 1 of these books you want me to read and do a video review of for the 4th Annual Fairy Tale Fortnight!
(Please note, the full review will be held until FTF in April, though I will tell you guys briefly what I though in my Feb Rewind, of course!)

Voting will be open until the end of January, and the winner will be announced in my February TBR. Only your first vote counts, so choose wisely!
To find out more about the books to help make your decision, please visit the links below. Thanks for watching!

Also - Yes, I know, BLACK BARS. Got a new computer and wanted to test out the webcam. Whyyyyyyyy do they always record in 4:3 aspect ratio? WHO STILL USES 4:3?! There's one more webcam vid coming before we get back to our regularly scheduled camera, so just be patient! =D


THE BOOKS:
Beauty | Nancy Ohlin
The Brides of Rollrock Island | Margo Lanagan
Ophelia and the Marvelous Boy | Karen Foxlee
The Girl Who Soared Over Fairyland & Cut the Moon in Two | Catherynne M. Valentee
Sorrow's Knot | Erin Bow

11 comments:

  1. A few sound good, but I'm going with Beauty. Thanks!

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  2. Ophelia and the Marvelous Boy!

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  3. Good choices! I'm planning to read BEAUTY and OPHELIA...you should read them with me <3 Are the other three genuinely considered fairy tales? You could read them to review in Feb! LOL!

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    1. No, they're more fairy tale-esque, but I always try to include fairy tale-esque stories in FTF, as I think fairy taleness sort of bleeds into other realms quite frequently (and it gives me an excuse to showcase them). So yeah, they're on my FTF list, which I need to send you.
      I've made a doc...

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  4. The Brides of Rollrock Island, please! This one has been on my wishlist forever, relatively speaking, but I haven't seen a review of it by someone whose bookish opinion I trust. :)

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  5. Ophelia and the Marvelous Boy!

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