You Choose, I Read: 2nd Selection Is..

You Choose,I Read

This is the 2nd title selected for this feature. So far I am beyond thrilled with how well received this has been. It has provided me with a way to explore new titles and connect with some of you better. I look forward to many more selections!


Selection #2

Thank you Geoffrey for my next selection, which happens to be another fairy tale.  I am not complaining πŸ˜‰

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This was Geoffrey’s alternate selection, and even though fairy tales can certainly be classified as children’s/middle grade reads, I always welcome the opportunity to explore them. They hold a special place in my heart.


Next Selection

After my review is posted, I will host another drawing for the next selection. Please feel free to enter the same title over and over if you wish! The idea is to explore as many of your favorites as possible (or maybe least favorites πŸ˜‰ ).

Cheers!

Danielle ❀

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42 thoughts on “You Choose, I Read: 2nd Selection Is..

      1. No problem! I am sorry to have put you into expense though, but I hope that you enjoy the book πŸ™‚

        (One more thought: I think the artist rendered Irene a bit older than she really is, but it still is an excellent cover nonetheless.)

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  1. oooh.. this looks interesting! Another fairy tale- that’s cool… it’s like the Universe is telling you to take it easy on the crime πŸ˜€ hahaha… Joking aside, I do look forward to your review for this πŸ™‚

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  2. That cover is gorgeous! I love the simple colours and the silhouettes. They create so much depth despite their simplicity. Feels like I’m being pulled into the world of the book through the cover alone ❀
    I hope you enjoy it. Eagerly awaiting your review ❀

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  3. Oooh, I’ve never heard of this before. I do love me some fairy tales. This looks just downright delightful. I see that this is a duology; this intrigues me. I wonder if you’ll enjoy this and keep reading? Have you read many books written in the early 1800s? I also wonder if you’ll enjoy the writing style. So many questions! πŸ˜‰

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    1. I have no idea if I have read anything from the 1800s haha. If I have, I am sure it would be more fairy tales πŸ˜‰ I am always reading old fairy tales and folk lore stores that pop up. I will be starting this very soon. I didn’t even realize it was a duology.. Shame on me.

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      1. It can be a challenge to find if books are parts of a series sometimes. For example, I received Gilded Cage as an ARC, read the Goodreads and NetGalley information as well as the information on James’s website and I had NO IDEA it was part of a trilogy. I was so frustrated. So, yes, it happens.

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