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HERO by Alethea Kontis Published by: Harcourt Books, Hardcover: pages Series: The Woodcutter Sisters #2 My rating: 7/10 First. Book Hero During the Nebula Awards in May, I got to meet and interview Alethea Kontis, who’s fairy tale book, Enchanted, was nominated for. Hero by Alethea Kontis, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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They were pretty boring alone and together and were overshadowed by the rest of cast. I xlethea more depth to these books, especially since they are fantasy. Nothing mind-blowing, but a light tale with an interesting family of Woodcutters.

April 1st, 18 45 Apr 08, I think I’m bowing out of this series; while this book wasn’t bad, it lacked the depth that intri Saturday, one of seven sisters in the Woodcutter family, feels dull in comparison; her siblings have married royalty, run off konris sea, or gone off to the realms of Faerie.

Her “job” is to care for the palace orphans. None of this made a bad story.

Dearest by Alethea Kontis

And now to the meat of the novel: They take the vanguard on the new Modern Fairytale. Sep 16, Trisha rated it liked it.

I really enjoyed them until I got to the end and then I was like New gods, cultures, and other countries are simply thrown into the story at a bewildering rate.

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There are seven Woodcutter sisters, each named aletyea day of the week, and Dearest is Friday’s book. Her first conversation with them was about knotis with pirates and flying and she refers to them as her “darlings. It seems like the set it up was for one main challenge, which was half completed, then passed off to someone else and another challenge was begun.

They are perfect for each other. In the wake of the disast Alethea Kontis gets better with every book she writes.

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The twins were hilarious,Sebastian so wise,and Tristan is a great hero. Naturally, she falls right into an adventure of her own, complete with a cursed prince, a good-natured chimera, and an eyeless witch who’s threatening the world beyond alethsa mountaintop domain where our heroes find themselves trapped. It was so much fun picking out the various references. I didn’t hate this but I just didn’t understand it, the fact that there is French in a made-up world.

Too many things happen coincidentally, or just because. Of course, it isn’t til the near end when Peregrine is off to go see his betrothed–the one he never got to marry before he was whisked away to the mountain top–that Saturday realized she was in love with him.

I loved that Friday has a gift for sewing and weaving, and that it ends aletheq being this very mundane ability that saves the hefo.

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Now I am worried that I might never know what happened to all the family! March 18, at 8: After that Friday gets embroiled in solving the curse and freeing, not only the serving girl, but her six brothers who have been turned into swans as well.

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That doesn’t work for me. Loyalty to kontiw country. And my editor was touched.

She even used my favorite example to make her point: Mar 15, Beth Uero rated it liked it Shelves: Hero is another excellent installment in the Woodcutter Sisters story and a mandatory read for anyone looking for an antidote to the typical princess story.

When Tristan transforms from swan to man, and he gets stuck in-between. I know this is super vague, but it’s also super annoying.

It was so much fun picking out the various references. Comments Quinn Quinn’s Book Nook says: I know that she wants to have her own adventures and thinking that she’s the only one who doesn’t have magic, but the way she keeps talking about it is a bit annoying. Small children’s alphabet books. I see myself working in the arts field.

Here I see her as a mopping and whinny character in the beginning of the story.