Through a Tangled Wood

Through a Tangled Wood

Jamie Campbell Katie French Ariele Sieling Sarah Dalton Marijon Braden H.S. Stone Zoe Cannon / Nov 17, 2019

Through a Tangled Wood A variety of writers come together to twist traditional fairy tales into unusual and mysterious stories From Beauty and the Beast to Hansel and Gretel to the Ugly Duckling these stories will be sur

  • Title: Through a Tangled Wood
  • Author: Jamie Campbell Katie French Ariele Sieling Sarah Dalton Marijon Braden H.S. Stone Zoe Cannon
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  • Page: 385
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  • A variety of writers come together to twist traditional fairy tales into unusual and mysterious stories From Beauty and the Beast, to Hansel and Gretel, to the Ugly Duckling, these stories will be sure to pull you into a fantastical world of princes, romance, and maybe a little science fiction Plan B by Katie French When Nolan is selected as one of the few candidates tA variety of writers come together to twist traditional fairy tales into unusual and mysterious stories From Beauty and the Beast, to Hansel and Gretel, to the Ugly Duckling, these stories will be sure to pull you into a fantastical world of princes, romance, and maybe a little science fiction Plan B by Katie French When Nolan is selected as one of the few candidates to work in the Breeders hospital, he thinks all his troubles are over Now he can afford precious medicine to save his ailing father He s heard of the Breeders cruelty, of their inhuman experiments, but he s sure they re fabrications Then he stumbles into the Plan B room and learns how truly awful the Breeders can be Tailless by Ariele Sieling A retelling of the Ugly Duckling, set on a far away planet in an unknown galaxy While fighting a war with her people s biggest enemy, young Bode struggles to understand why she feels out of place in her community, and why she, unlike her comrades, was born without a tail I Am the Maid by Sarah Dalton A hostile zombie killing Maid Marian meets an ill behaved ex soldier Robin in this post apocalyptic retelling of Robin Hood When a young girl falls deathly sick, the two are forced to join forces in order to outwit the Sheriff, and the mysterious Guy Gisbon Three Wishes by Marijon Braden When Aladdin rubbed the magic lamp, things went pretty well for him But a few thousand years later, the world has changed and the genie is old, cranky, and doesn t play fair Young Alison thinks she s found the answer to all her prayers, but instead finds that having wishes come true isn t all it s cracked up to be Killing Snow White by Jamie Campbell A magical retelling of the story of Snow White, told entirely by the Evil Queen who supposedly tried to poison her Think Snow White is innocent Think again A House in the Woods by H.S Stone At the conclusion of a scavenger hunt for Old World artifacts, Hansel and Gretel find themselves lost on the outskirts of the city after dark They stumble upon a house in the nearby woods, hoping that they will find help inside, but the house s inhabitant has other ideas Flight by Zoe Cannon A retelling of Beauty and the Beast Dragged to the palace at swordpoint, commanded to cure the cursed prince with a kiss, Lucia wants nothing than to return to her solitary world of books and magical study But she soon discovers that she and the prince share in common than she could have imagined and that the truth behind his curse could destroy or save them both.

    Through a Tangled Wood eBook Jamie Campbell Mar , Through a Tangled Wood Kindle edition by Jamie Campbell, Katie French, Ariele Sieling, Sarah Dalton, Marijon Braden, H.S Stone, Zoe Cannon Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Through a Tangled Wood. Through a Tangled Wood by Jamie Campbell Through a Tangled Woods is a collection of fairy tales, each one a delight of it s own Some you will recognize as old favorites re worked yet still as enticing as the ones we knew as children Seven stories by seven different authors all bring together the theme of a fairy tale all in a new light. Through a Tangled Wood by Jamie Campbell, Katie French Through a Tangled Wood Breeders . by Jamie Campbell is a pretty good collection of short stories I think there was one star but the rest were stars My favorite was Tailless.Good book Through a Tangled Wood Zoe Cannon Through a Tangled Wood is an anthology of unconventional fairy tale retellings, from a post apocalyptic Hansel and Gretel to a look at Snow White from her stepmother s point of view The anthology is free on all the major ebook stores, so go grab a copy Clearing a Path Through a Tangled Jurisprudence Most least on the MFN issue, is correct This Article aims to clear a path through this tangled case law, to show how these cases could be both properly grounded and deprived of potentially mischievous consequences Based on a close analysis of the existing case law, this Article argues With a Tangled Skein Incarnations of Jun , I ve read the first two and am now about the way through the third this one With A Tangled Skein I m enjoying the books as much as I did many years ago, BUT This one seems to have a large number of typo s Multiple typo s per chapter. Use tangled in a sentence tangled sentence examples They carry the head and neck low and the hind quarters high, their action in running being peculiar and not elegant, somewhat resembling the pace of a sheep Though with no power of sustained speed or extensive leaping, they are remarkable fOr flexibility of body and facility of creeping through tangled How to Untangle Severely Matted Hair with Pictures wikiHow Dec , Separate easily tangled hair before washing If you have afro textured hair, or another easily tangled hair type, part it into several sections, and clip them to keep them apart Unclip these sections one at a time when I See The Light Tangled YouTube Oct , A song from Disney s th Animated Film Tangled Preformed by Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi Music by Alan Menken Lyrics by Glenn Slater In theaters November th. Tangled Tangled is a American D computer animated musical adventure film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures Loosely based on the German fairy tale Rapunzel in the collection of folk tales published by the Brothers Grimm , it

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      • Jamie Campbell Katie French Ariele Sieling Sarah Dalton Marijon Braden H.S. Stone Zoe Cannon

        Jamie was born into a big, crazy family of 6 children Being the youngest, she always got away with anything and would never shut up Constantly letting her imagination run wild, her teachers were often frustrated when her What I did on the weekend stories contained bunyips and princesses.Growing up, Jamie did the sensible things and obtained a Bachelor of Business degree from Southern Cross University and worked hard to gain her membership with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.Yet nothing compared to writing Quitting the rat race to spend quality time with her laptop named Lily, Jamie has written several novels and screenplays Spanning a number of genres and mediums, Jamie writes whatever inspires her from ghost stories to teenage love stories to tantalising murder mysteries Nothing is off limits.A self confessed television addict, dog lover, Taylor Swift fan, and ghost hunter, Jamie loves nothing than the thrill of sharing her stories.


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    1. Through a Tangled Wood (Breeders #2.5) by Jamie Campbell is a pretty good collection of short stories. I think there was one 3 star but the rest were 4 stars. My favorite was "Tailless".Good book!


    2. Like most anthologies, this one is a mixed bag. Conceptually, all of the stories are excellent. Dystopian, post-apocalyptic, zombies, and science fiction tales mix in with modern and classic retellings.While a couple of the stories left me a bit flat, there were some real gems in here. In particular, I enjoyed "Plan B" by Katie French "A House in the Woods" by H.S. Stone. I will definitely be taking a look at the other work of some of the authors who contributed. Special thanks to Zoe Cannon for [...]


    3. A good short story anthology can be difficult to find, even if it has an intriguing theme. Individual styles can clash and make the anthology disjointed or they can mesh to much and leave the reader with a feeling of samey tales that start to feel dull and boring. Through a Tangled Wood is more than good, though. It is something truly special. A collection of fairy tale retellings, the anthology transports these stories to post-apocalyptic, alien, and dystopian fictional universes. Jamie Campbel [...]


    4. I’m conflicted on where I stand with this collection, because while I didn’t dislike it, I found it to be fairly underwhelming in terms of content. Considering that this begins with a fairly disturbing retelling of Sleeping Beauty (which is a disturbing fairy tale to begin with), and then to have two comical and somewhat childish stories following three dark stories is really a tonal whiplash for me. The weakest story in the collection, “Killing Snow White”, could have been a funny dark [...]



    5. Not kindle unlmited, might be permafree or something as that, freebie day or whatever, though got it a while back.Not going to go through all of them specifically, the good one seems to be the beauty and the beast one but even that one didn't luv it just at least liked it unlike the others, some of the others well the 1st one took me forever to figure out what it was supposed to be not the ugly duckling one, just didn't like that one much,the only reason it even got a 2 is because of the one m [...]


    6. Like all anthologies - some stories were better than others. There are definitely some authors in there I'm going find what else they have written. That's the good thing about collections and anthologies, they are a great teaser.


    7. An enjoyable set of fairytale inspired stories.My favourite is from Sarah Dalton, as I always enjoy her stories.Recommended to lovers of fantasy and fairytales.


    8. This collection was somewhat difficult to rate, as I enjoyed some parts well enough, while others less. Overall I enjoyed the atmpsphere of this book, and most of the stories had some stong points, but unfortunately most of them had some less strong points too. I had hoped for more explicit retellings (some don't qualify at all in my opinion), and several of the endings let me down. Though I did really enjoy "Three wishes", "A house in the woods", and "Flight" was probably my favourite.


    9. Review Posted at Rachael Turns PagesPlan BI really didn't know what to expect of this series of short stories coming into the novel. I knew it was a set of fairy tale retellings. The first is a retelling of Sleeping Beauty, but in a way I have never seen it done before. Nolan goes to work for the Breeders hospital to get money to help his ailing father. It isn't long before Nolan sees the Breeders cruelty and lives through the nightmare with his supervisor Samuel. This first story was achingly b [...]


    10. I found this book through having read an eARC of Sarah Dalton's book, White Hart, and seeing that it was free on , I tried it out. My feelings about the stories vary a lot from story to story, but overall, I liked it well enough."Plan B" is really, really creepy--which is not something I'm drawn to as a reader, but it was also slightly disappointing as a short story because it gives hints of a world significantly different from ours without ever developing the story enough for us to see what it [...]


    11. This short story collection contains seven retellings of classic tales, mostly set in sci-fi or fantasy worlds. It doesn't appear to be labeled as YA, though I would classify it as such. The primary characters in most of the stories range in age from maybe about twelve to young adult, and the emotional depth and reading level feel pretty YA to me as well. I'll write three sentences about each of the seven stories:"Plan B - A Breeder's Tale Based on Sleeping Beauty," by Katie French.This story is [...]


    12. Plan B by Kate French (Sleeping Beauty) I was generally weirded out or just confused for most of it. It was strange. I don't know where to group it. Rating: Tailless dittoRating: I am the Maid OMG I LOVED THIS BOOK!!!! It was zoo good, I was inching to read more *hint hint Sarah, make a book based on this it was awesome and exciting, I love a good robin hood story, especially one that has one thats as bad ass as Marian is in this oneRating: Three WishesI felt like this book was just there, no re [...]


    13. PLAN B by Katie FrenchI haven't read the Breeders series yet, but this short book made me want to stop reading this book to pick up the first book in the Breeders series. I can't say for sure whether you're better off reading the Breeders series before or after, but if you're seeing if you like this author's writing style, this is a perfect example. The action is fast-paced and void of lots of background history on the Breeders; that's what the full length novels are for. This is a Sleeping Beau [...]


    14. Through a Tangled Woods is a collection of fairy tales, each one a delight of it's own. Some you will recognize as old favorites re-worked yet still as enticing as the ones we knew as children.Seven stories by seven different authors all bring together the theme of a fairy tale all in a new light.From Snow White, to Hansel and Gretel, Sleeping Beauty, and the fabled genie in the lamp, all these and more.Don't let those fool you though, the tales are dark and in some cases twisted, but that only [...]


    15. These are not merely twisted fairy tales, but the majority of them also follow the post-apocalyptic dystopian themes which are so popular in YA fiction at the moment. I probably wouldn't have purchased it if I had realized that, because I'm not normally a fan of that genre, but I am a fan of dark fairy tale retellings, and so here I am. That being said, this is a very uneven anthology. Some of the stories are really good, and some are just terrible. I think the stronger stories make it a worthwh [...]


    16. This collection of stories sounded good, but ultimately fell flat for me. None of the stories held my interest and some of them I skimmed through just to get through the book. There is a distinct post apocalyptic or dystopian vibe to almost all of the stories which didn't interest me. If you enjoy the mashup of fairy tale and dystopian/post apocalyptic, then perhaps you would enjoy this.Stories include retellings of the most popular tales like Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, and Beauty and the Beas [...]


    17. I have not read an anthology this interesting in quite some time. I love fractured fairytales and this book was right up my alley. For the first two stories, I remained on the fence. 'Plan B' was a slow start, then things picked up with 'Tailless'. However, I was blown away with 'I Am The Maid'! I honestly did not want it to end.It was Robin Hood and Maid Marian like we've never seen before! After 'I Am The Maid', the stories that followed continued to catch my attention and interests. I'm very [...]


    18. The only reason I give this book 3 stars is because of the story "Flight" by Zoe Cannon. Honestly, I couldn't make myself finish any of the others. I may be just a little biased because I love the story Beauty and the Beast but man, this one was so incredibly sweet!!! I wish this was an actual novel with, like, 200+ pages! Seriously, the only redeemable quality about this book is this story! I'm beyond ecstatic to have read it! ^_^


    19. This was an excellent combination of short stories. Each story is written by a different author and is based on a fairy tale. The authors take the baseline of the fairy tale and turn it into a completely new story while still having the same overall principles. I purchased a copy because Katie French has a story based around her series "The Breeders." Her story along with each of the authors' stories was fantastic.


    20. I really enjoyed this book. Lots of unique takes on fairy tales. I particularly enjoyed Three Wishes by Marijon Braden, which I thought was all kinds of clever, and Flight by Zoe Cannon. All of the stories were well worth a read though, as all presented interesting interpretations of standard fairy tales. More complete review to come.


    21. One story kept me interested out of all of them. There was only one of the stories that I actually liked out of the whole book. I only kept reading because I was hoping the next story would be better, but they never were.


    22. I enjoyed this combination of short stories by some authors that I have read their work, and some new ones too. This was a good way to see which other books I may want to read. I highly recommended this book, because I didn't want to put it down!


    23. I really liked one story, a few others were enjoyable, and then the others were mediocre and predictable at bestThere are 7 short stories in this anthology. I enjoyed "Killing Snow White" by Jamie Campbell the most and "Flight" by Zoe


    24. Through a Tangled Wood An interesting, fresh, and sometimes twisted redux of classic fairy tales. I thoroughly enjoyed the twists and turns these new takes had. If you want a little gothic or darker take on the classics, jump in!


    25. Great collectionTake a group of well known fairy tales, give them a modern twist, tell the story from another character's perspective, and you have a nice collection of stories that deserve a space on the shelf right next to the originals.


    26. "Plan B" by Katie French"Tailless" by Ariele Sieling"I Am the Maid" by Sarah Dalton"Three Wishes" by Marijon Braden"Killing Snow White" by Jamie Campbell"A House in the Woods" by H.S. Stone“Flight” by Zoe Cannon


    27. This is a fantastic collection of short stories by a great group of authors. Each tale is a reboot/reinterpretation of a classic fairytale, and it was so fun to see the way each author put their unique spin on some of my favorite childhood stories.


    28. Individual Ratings:Plan B by Katie French: 4 starsTailless by Arielle Sieling: 1 starI Am The Maid by Sarah Dalton: 3 starsThree Wishes by Marijon Braden: 3 starsKilling Snow White by Jamie Campbell: 5 starsA House in the Woods by H. S. Stone: 5 starsFlight by Zoe Cannon: 4 stars


    29. Though the entire collection is worth a read through for me the standout stories are: Tailless by Ariele Sieling, Three Wises by Marijon Bradon, and my favorite Flight by Zoe Cannon.


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