Frozen Fairy Tales
|Rating||:||4.81 (869 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||268 Pages|
Winter is here. As unique and beautifully formed as a snowflake, each of these fifteen stories spins a brand new tale or offers a fresh take on an old favorite like Jack Frost, The Snow Queen, or The Frog King. Just open these pages, snuggle down, and wait for an icy blast of fantasy to carry you away. In the bleak midwinter, heed the irresistible call of fairy tales. From a drafty castle to a blustery Japanese village, from a snow-packed road to the cozy hearth of a farmhouse, from an empty coffee house in Buffalo, New York, to a cold night outside a university library, these stories fully explore the perils and possibili
"I really enjoyed the book" according to Rosanne Brandt. I really enjoyed the book, most especially the new author Steven Grimm, rather funny .Grimm. I found his story to be very interesting, one of which relates to woman and how they are treated. I enjoyed the way she changed the tale a bit and stood up for herself. I have not seen any other books by Steven Grimm but would enjoy to read more of his stories. He really had a very interesting twist on the tale.. "Each Story is a whimsical delight." according to Shari L. Klase. These stories are all wonderfully written. I enjoyed the taste of winter without dealing with the snow myself. A lot of the stories are twists on favorite fairy tales. Each story is entertaining. "Shard of Glass" and "Simon the Cold" are two of my special favorites, but they are all fabulous. Relished this book immensely.. Deanisbatman said Good writing, excellent stories and wonderful wintery goodness. I am a big fan of themed anthologies and Frozen Fairy Tales definitely delivers. Good writing, excellent stories and wonderful wintery goodness. I recommend to anyone who loves to curl up with a good short story.