Bright Angel

Isabelle Merlin

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Information on the mythical creatures that dominate our imaginations. This story draws on much of the enchanting and compelling elements of Faerie. When Gwen finds her cousin, Findabhair wams Gwen that the King is annoyed with her for spoiling his fun: "[H]e wanted the two of us, the cheeky thing. This strange little novel tells the story of Ramona Drottoveo, an unattractive, albino servant in Italy who has a unique attribute – she smells good. Hines takes three Grimm princesses (Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, and Cinderella), and takes them on a new adventure and fleshes out their origin stories in new and interesting ways.

Pages: 336

Publisher: Random House Australia (June 14, 2010)

ISBN: B00A165RY2

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