The good news is that Sabrina has found her parents. The bad news is that they are in an enchanted sleep and being held captive by Little Red Riding Hood and her pet Jabberwocky.
Sabrina hardly has time to process this news when her uncle Jake shows up in town. Sabrina and her sister Daphne have never heard of him before, but that's not as big a surprise as finding out that the other residents of Ferryport Landing don't remember him either. What secret might he and Granny be hiding? Will that secret get back the girls' parents?
This book pretty much starts where the cliffhanger from the last book ended. Enough background is given to bring new readers (or those who don't pick up this book right away) up to speed, but then it is off and running. The action moved very quickly here with several intense stand offs with the villains.
Sabrina was still head strong and stubborn, but it wasn't as strong here as it was in past books. She definitely seems to be growing as a character, and I like her more. Daphne had some funny scenes here. She's definitely the more level headed of the two.
My only real complaint was the climax. It seemed like a bit of a cheat to me. But it was a minor issue in a book I enjoyed overall.
This series is really building. It's a fun, imaginative take on classic fairy tale characters. If you haven't started yet, pick up the first today. You won't be sorry.