Sunday, September 21, 2014

The Reflections of Snow White by David Meredith

Long after she got her happily ever after life has taken a turn for the worse for Snow White. Her beloved Charming has died. Even after a year grief and depression still have Snow in their firm grasp. One fateful day she wonders up to the abandoned tower, where her stepmother reigned. There in she finds something to help her rediscover who she is inside.

 Loved, loved, loved, this book. Not only do you get to see a part of a classic fairytale that hasn't been thought about, let alone told. You get to see a different view of Snows childhood, you get to see different moments of her married life. It's truly incredible.

I liked getting to see more about Snow's life while she lived with her stepmother. It's not something for the faint of heart and something most people couldn't have withstood.

I also enjoyed the incredible smoothness of the transitions between the flashbacks and the present. It's seamless and very nice.

I received this book courtesy of the author in exchange for my free and honest review.

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