Summer Reads: Kill Me Softly by Sarah Cross

17 Nov

Kill Me Softly by Sarah Cross (courtesy of NetGalley)
Publication date: April, 2012

I love fairy tales that take the classic Brothers Grimm tales and changes them. Do you need to have the original Grimm tales? No. Would it make the story richer? Absolutely.

Mira, is 16, running away from her godmothers to find out about her dead parents. She takes the bus and wanders into a casino. And, runs headlong into a group of teens dealing with their own issues being part of a fairy tale. It can’t be real, can it? What does Mira’s birthmark have to do with anything? And, best of all, this book takes you down an expected path, twists things around and provides an unexpected fairy tale ending.

I highly recommend it!


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