Review: Stealing Snow by: Danielle Paige

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This post is my review on Stealing Snow by Danielle Paige. This review will be spoiler free so do not fear and read on.

Stealing Snow is a retelling of The Snow Queen by: Hans Christian Anderson. Snow is a seventeen-year old girl who has been in a psychiatric unit her entire life. Truth is that Snow isn’t crazy and that is only where her troubles begin. When Snow finally gets her first kiss from her best friend Bale he ends up turning violent causing them to be separated from each her. Then Snow meets a new orderly who tells her about her past and the things waiting for her in this mysterious land, she just has to get to the tree, that has been in her dreams. Beyond the tree Snow will learn about life before Whittaker and which way her future can go. Continue reading “Review: Stealing Snow by: Danielle Paige”

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December TBR: Trying to catch up

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In Today’s post, I will be listing all the books I plan on reading this December. As you all know 2016 is coming to a close and I am behind on my Goodreads reading challenge! So this December I plan on reading as much as I can to meet my goal. Let’s get into my TBR!

1) Stealing Snow by: Danielle Paigefullsizerender-jpg-1

I have actually already started reading this and I am enjoying it so far I am about a little past half way. If you do not know Stealing Snow is a Snow Queen retelling. I am really having fun trying to pick out all the similarities it has with the original Snow Queen story.   Continue reading “December TBR: Trying to catch up”

Oh My Fairytales 2: The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen

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Now I know I haven’t done an Oh My Fairytales post in a  looooooong time. Thankfully the wait is over since I have read a The Snow Queen. So here is the deal a few weeks ago Stealing Snow by Danielle Paige was released. Stealing Snow is a Snow Queen retelling so I had to read the original fairy tale before starting Stealing Snow. I wanted to be able to pick out the similarities and differences while reading Stealing Snow. Here are my thoughts… Continue reading “Oh My Fairytales 2: The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen”