True to form. Fairytale with no full ending. The prince gets the girl. The story here was in the way things happened. The unique telling of these timeless stories. There was a combination of tales in this story. The beauty was the way that this story came to be a combination of two beloved Disney tales with a spin unique to this particular story. The dance was more than what was passed down to the next generation. It turned in to so much more than an outsider looking in and finding a bonding moment between father and daughter. This time around the wicked step-mother was something more. The step-sisters were a different kind of cumbersome.
Narrator Mary Sarah has a very beautiful voice that transcends the fairytale realm. She has the ethereal quality of fantasy. I do warn those that choose to listen that my views of this audio my be skewed by the fact that I do not listen under normal speed, too slow. I do speed up my audio and find that the speed can match that of the story being told and lend a different light to the immersion in to the story.
Caution lots of blood, spell, gender switch . . .
I received this audiobook as part of my participation in a blog tour with Audiobookworm Promotions. The tour is being sponsored by Demelza Carlton. The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it.