Disciple of the written word and Audible fanatic. I am an Urban and Epic Fantasy Fan. I also enjoy some Paranormal Romance.
I bought this thinking it would be childish but became pleasantly surprised as I listened.
It sort of reminded me of "A series of Unfortunate Events" but a bit less ridiculous. The narrator is perfect and the characters are fun to get to know I will enjoy more of these tales.
***Not going to be very clear to prevent spoilers***Yes I would this is a fun story. Some of the mystery in the story I picked up right away while other mysteries I missed when I should not have. The characters are well written even the existing characters which large roles are very well written. The bad guys are not the bad guys in this story. but those who are suppose to be good guys are not. The mysteries I missed I understood during the unfolding. I had a lot of fun listening to this book that is not just for kids.I do apologize for the vague description, but I do not want to give anything away from this book or any of the others because they are all great, (all the ones I have read).
I am a huge fan of Brother's Grimm and the characters and stories. I still read the Grimm fairy tales. I like how the characters are created even those we know. We see them from many sides and think of them differently. This is very creative and great.
No, but he made the book even more fun
Yes! I did too.
I love the books I have read of the series and I hope there are many more.
This is one of the most creative retelling of childhood fairy tales I've read to date. It is a delight to discover the new twist to old tales.
The personality that is not only found in each character but the deph that lies behind them as well.
The magic carpet ride.
Take the old fairy tails, let time pass and allow them to move to the USA, let generations pass, and that is the setting for this story, the first in a series. Intersting and fun. Snow White teaching school? Prince Charming as mayor? The three little pigs as the police force? You get the idea.
This is a cute idea and parts of the story were rather fun. But on the whole I got bored with it. I am sure this would appeal to younger children but unlike the Harry Potter or Bartimaeus books I did not find this appealing to adults. I had a hard time making myself listen to all of it.
Of the two children in the book, I found Sabrina rude and irritating and truly an unappealing character unlike her sister Daphne.
The reader was excellent and makes up for the sagging, lagging bits of the story. He really gave voice to the characters in the book.
Since these are based on popular fairy tales I am sure they will appeal to children. If you have children I would definitely give them a try.
Story was absolutely written for children no older than ten or so. Fairy tale theme may interest some, but very ho-hum story.
This is a book for children, and adults do not have to like it. The concept is funny and quirky. A nice and easy going book accessible to most children. And if they like it, there are more in the series which is a great gift idea.
This book is high on my list of good listening material for parents and kids.
It reminds me a bit of the Magyk series.
It was my first experience w this reader and I was delighted!
I bought this book for a road trip and we never got tired of listening.
Even though this is a kid's book. I really enjoyed the book, so much so that I bought the second book in the series. These are good for a light listen, with a bit of mystery and the fairy tales that we all grew up with mixed into a cute story. Worth the credit or money to me.
The characters and the story were fun.
The sisters Grimm didn't know that their grandmother was a live and that the fairy tale characters were real.
Love Elvis; I'm a dog lover, but pretty much I like all the characters.
No, not really. It's just a cute story.
Can't wait to listen the other books. I should have get the second book of this series instead of wasting my credit on Fifty Shades of Grey, lol.