Title: A Fun Collection
5 short fantasy stories featuring dragons, peasants, heroes, villains, and interesting twist on fairy tale heroes.
- In a collection like this, everybody’s going to get something different out of it. I especially enjoyed the one in the middle told from Hansel’s point of view. I never thought I’d like twists on old fables, but it’s fun to be able to think of them in a new way.
- The ending of the Christmas one was predictable yet still awesome.
- The book contains decent world-building, even in something so short. This stood out in the one about the young man and the dragon.
- The one with the young woman who finds truffles had the markings of traditional fairy tale. It felt very similar to the one with the young man and the dragon.
- The narrator handled the stories well. I’m a huge proponent of audiobooks (if you couldn’t tell yet). It adds a wonderful layer to each story. I especially loved the wood carver’s voice.
This is definitely a worth-while collection to listen to/read.
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Julie C. Gilbert
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