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The Rising
Kelley Armstrong
The Girl Who Fell Beneath Fairyland and Led the Revels There
Ana Juan, Catherynne M. Valente
The Mark of Athena
Rick Riordan
Princess of the Silver Woods
Jessica Day George
The Serpent's Shadow
Rick Riordan
The Demigod Diaries
Rick Riordan
Marissa Meyer
Curse of the Thirteenth Fey: The True Tale of Sleeping Beauty
Jane Yolen
The Sandman: The Story of Sanderson Mansnoozie
William Joyce
Perfect Scoundrels
Ally Carter
Enchanted - Alethea Kontis This book was many, many things and the one thing none of them were was coherent. I was always in a state of bewilderment trying to figure out why something was happening and why people talked about one thing as if it was unchangeable when it seemed a simple solution to the dilemma was there. It jumped and skipped and generally had a madcap adventure and a lark and a grand old time but with none of it connecting to the next in a way that created a clear and rational narrative. It reminded me of nothing so much as a very strange dream.

Why was their family hating the prince when it was the bloody godmothers that caused the mess?

Are the girls the cause of the rhyme about their name or does the rhyme control their fates? Was Sunday supposed to have written the rhyme about her and her sisters?

Why had not Joy stopped her sister from murdering women for the last few centuries? Hmm?

There are many fairytale references throughout, which are fun to spot. The writing is at its best, for me, when we are reading Sunday's journal. But the main body of the text was just so outrageously illogical and sporadic, without any thought of perhaps Explaining things, that I would not recommend this book.