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characters Pictures of the Night ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ä [Ebook] ➨ Pictures of the Night By Adèle Geras – Helpyouantib.co.uk In a tale that mirrors Snow White eighteen year old Bella is leading a carefree bohemian lifestyle the summer before college living and singing with a band in London and ParisEr than once and she can't help but suspect the two mysterious women who remind her of her jealous stepmother Marjorie. I just couldn't get into this book Right from the start it seemed like the author was trying to hide something from the reader and that annoyed me Also it contained too many long descriptions Not my type of book

Pictures of the NightEr than once and she can't help but suspect the two mysterious women who remind her of her jealous stepmother Marjorie. I just couldn't get into this book Right from the start it seemed like the author was trying to hide something from the reader and that annoyed me Also it contained too many long descriptions Not my type of book

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Pictures of the Night ✓ Ollege living and singing with a band in London and Paris But over the course of a few weeks she finds herself in dang. Lovely Snow White retelling that sadly ended rather abruptly and oddly I felt like even two pages could have wrapped this story up significantly better I also have to say that the love story aspect of this one was pretty terrible a very love at first sight I don't know you at all but love you instantly kind of thing which drives me a bit batty There were a lot of good things too though and overall I really enjoyed it the dark bohemian aesthetic is my thing for sure and there were several clever moments of fairy tale reworking that I liked a lot free download ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB æ Adèle Geras

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Adèle Geras æ 7 download In a tale that mirrors Snow White eighteen year old Bella is leading a carefree bohemian lifestyle the summer before c. This teen retelling of Snow White is part of the Edgerton Hall series which I am ever so brilliantly reading in reverse order That'll teach me to be cavalier about my series Anyway it goes about the whole fairy tale thing in a pretty smart way I thought You can definitely see the fairy tale in the story but it doesn't feel like it's driving the new story in an artificial way for the most part Bella's not always super likeable she's vain and a little bit thoughtless when it comes to other people's feelings but for me the biggest failing was her relationship with her wicked stepmotherThis was the portion of the book that most resembled its fairy tale counterpart and it was also where the author stumbled Much is made over and over again about how evil her stepmother is We are led to believe or at least suspect that the stepmother is trying to kill Bella in all the usual ways suffocating belt poisoned comb apple But then right at the end where the stepmother makes her big move giving Bella unidentified pills and alcohol which Bella accepts no less and causing her to nearly die at a nightclub performanceThat's right Nothing No other mention Bella is saved by her prince charming who she met for a grand total of 60 seconds once and is now following to another country and that's all I guess the stepmother's comeuppance is that she was wearing uncomfortable shoes at the time She's not called out on her possible murder attempt she's not exposed in any way The end It was a weak and rushed ending to what was otherwise a fairly clever retelling and brought my review from a tentative 4 stars to a solid 3 We'll see what she does with sleeping beauty in book #2 Reading backwards remember