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  • Rachel Piper

    MOBI ´ DOC Snow White and Rose Red ò FREE â PATRICIA C WREDE Snow White and Rose RedI love Patricia C Wrede so I had high hopes for this book especially since it takes on a fairy tale that has not been retold to death Apparently this was one of her earliest works and it shows Set in Elizabethan England the characters speak in the dialect of the time and it usually comes off sounding stilted at best especially against the not Elizabethan descriptions of everything else as well as occasional bursts of modern day speech by the characters and at the worst like something a fourth grader wrote Mother hast thou the poultice This gentleman haveth need Nay child etcThe dialogue was the first stumbling block but I kept trudging on only to find other problems The villains a discontented fairy a water spirit and either a tree spirit or a troll it's never entirely clear ar


  • Joe

    MOBI ´ DOC Snow White and Rose Red ò FREE â PATRICIA C WREDE Snow White and Rose RedOnce upon a time Patricia Wrede wrote a new take on an old fairy tale But this wasn't an ordinary modern re imagining for there was no contemporary slang and precious little fracturing The story starred a pair of mortal sisters; one adventurous one pragmatic For love interests there were a pair of half mortal brothers similarly mirrored Opposing the heroes emerged a cabal of bumbling magical creatures led by an elitist lady in waiting She was intent on


  • Erin

    MOBI ´ DOC Snow White and Rose Red ò FREE â PATRICIA C WREDE Snow White and Rose RedThis is definitely not Disney's Snow White True there is no sex or bad language and violence is only discussed not really depicted but that's really where the similarities end In Patricia C Wrede's version of the classic fairy tale Snow White and Rose Red are the daughters of a poor widow who ekes out a living by making herbal remedies to sell to the townsfolk They live next to a forest on the edge of the border of Faerie in the Elizabethan era of England Living in the village of Mortlak are two sorcerers whom the girls accidentally spy casting a spell that unwittingly traps the spirit of the younger son of the ueen of Faerie in first a lamp and then a crystal The ueen's sons are half humanhalf faerie and the human half slowly transforms into a bear which is then cast out into the human world The ueen's older son John sneaks out of Faerie in search of a way to save his brother Hugh meanwhile a trio


  • Ewan Watson

    MOBI ´ DOC Snow White and Rose Red ò FREE â PATRICIA C WREDE Snow White and Rose RedPatricia Wrede is generally a fantastic writer but this is uite a bit different from her usual work The mix of a fairy tale and an Elizabethan historical fantasy are an interesting experiment that I think are even better than her usual genre For those who love the fairy tale in its traditional form this is a fabulous gift the ablility to find another fairy tale Most of us have exhausted the fairy tale genre and sadly there is only a set amount of authentic fairy tale out there Snow White and the Red Rose is a fabulous example of a modern writer trying to dilute the essence of the fairy tale and make it into a modern book form It is clear from reading this that Wrede has spent very long periods contemplating the essential elements of the fairy tale and wrote thi


  • Heather

    MOBI ´ DOC Snow White and Rose Red ò FREE â PATRICIA C WREDE Snow White and Rose RedI don't have that many skeletons in my closet but the ones that are there are all wearing Renaissance Faire costumes and this book is largely to blame If I gave stars based on how much I loved a book when I was 15 this one would get 10 And it's holding up well I don't have to feel faintly embarrassed for my former self PCW did a good job with the language I appreciate it now than I did as a teenager especially since it's so rare that anyone even bothers to try She did her historical homework and blended history and fairy tale seamlessly I started off giving this book four stars because I was trying to be temperate and mature But I'm upping it because nowhere does she claim that witches were burned So for lovely language and lovely story telling and good history and especially for dealing accurately with pre modern witchcraft I'm g


  • Kristy

    MOBI ´ DOC Snow White and Rose Red ò FREE â PATRICIA C WREDE Snow White and Rose Redyou know it's not a good book when all you can think is 'when is this going to end' I had no expectations for this book but the story really could have been good but it just wasn't written in a very reader friendly text Part of my problem was the dialoge was in an Old English Vernancular and the narration was in modern day English Doesn't sound like that big of a deal but really it was just a little too random for me And the particular dialoge the writer chose to include was just ridiculous at timesNext thought why does the cover only picture one girl when the story is Snow White and Rose Red The entire time I was reading this that drove me crazy Maybe there is some deep meaning in the objects the girl is holding ie the apples But still it's a no for meThis is harsh but I can't think of anyone I would recommend this to It's just a waste of time and 2 stars is probably being gen


  • Delores

    MOBI ´ DOC Snow White and Rose Red ò FREE â PATRICIA C WREDE Snow White and Rose RedI thought the pros were well done It took me a little while to understand all of the conversations as the characters speak in Elizabethan England's English I was disappointed in the character development I didn't get to know the characters or how their relationships developed I felt that they were kind of stagnant not much character growth to speak of


  • Brittany S.

    MOBI ´ DOC Snow White and Rose Red ò FREE â PATRICIA C WREDE Snow White and Rose RedThis was such a fun read and surprisingly uick Thanks to Alyssa for suggesting this one for an OtSP read Well The best thing about this for me was the personalities I loved the characters and thinking back on it well after having just finished they're what really stand out for me I LOVED every single character and the ending was just perfect Well this also takes place in an Elizabethan sort of setting and the language matches soooo It was a bit much for me at times Like if I wasn't reading this with Alyssa


  • Nicole R

    MOBI ´ DOC Snow White and Rose Red ò FREE â PATRICIA C WREDE Snow White and Rose Red There was once a poor widow who lived in a lonely cottage In front of the cottage was a garden wherein stood two rose trees one of which bore white and the other red rosesRosamund and Blanche are the daughters of a poor widow in a small town in Elizabethan England; the three of them gather herbs from the woods to make remedies for the citizens of Mortlak They are extremely careful when in the woods for it contains the ever shifting border of faerie a border they are wary of but cross over occasionally while protected with herbs and small charms The ueen of faerie has two half mortal sons one who resides mainly in faerie Hugh and the other who wanders freely the land of mortals John When the favored son of the ueen Hugh has his faerie essence stolen and is exiled from his home John goes against his mothers wishes and follows his brother to save him Soon he comes across the Widow and her daughters an


  • Moira Russell

    MOBI ´ DOC Snow White and Rose Red ò FREE â PATRICIA C WREDE Snow White and Rose RedA beautifully retold tale if at times a little overelaborate The Elizabethan setting and especially dialect are very well done Not a book to rush through you are almost forced to reread sentences to savour nearly every word Robin is the best character everyone else is a little flat and the Faerie characters are slightly cliched beautiful icy heartless cold unearthly c c I liked the relationship between the two sisters and the mother and her two daughters very much The Fairy Tale series is great the first one I read in it was the incomparable Tam Lin and I especially liked how excerpts from the original fairy tale stand as epigraphs to each chapter of this novel I think this is only the second or so book I've read by Wrede I've heard very good things about the Dragon and Sorcery series The Thirteenth Child though OY