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UnEnchanted (An Unfortunate Fairy Tale Book 1) by [Hahn, Chanda]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 545 KB
  • Print Length: 235 pages
  • Publisher: Chanda Hahn; 4th Edition edition (27 Nov. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006ROK1UM
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 437 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #732 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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I got this as a free Kindle download and read it on the long trip back from the US. I have never grown out of enjoying fairy stories and although I was initially skeptical that this was going to be mediocre teen fiction, this book didn't disappoint with an engaging well written story. I am looking forward to finding out what happens next.
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This book was recommended by a friend and I am glad I gave it a go. Although it may be aimed at the YA audience it has more than enough to entertain readers of any age.
A young girl dealing with an age-old family curse with only her single friend to turn to for support the story flows along nicely and I am sure it will be enjoyed by anyone who chooses to give it a chance.
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I would have given this story four stars if it was written better. I think it is a great plot, really quite original. But there are so many grammatical errors and typos. I think you can tell the author is inexperienced. Having said that, practice makes perfect and I'm sure she will improve as the books continue. I did really enjoy the story though- I finished it in one 5 hour sitting!
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Good ideas, well thought through, nice writing style. One negative point is that the odds against success are presented as so high that even surviving to the end of book one stretches belief. I do like my fiction to be a little bit believable.
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I love this book.
I gave it five stars because it was interesting, addictive and a complete zero-to-hero-back-to-zero
Story.I recommend it to kids between 8and15.
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An interesting take on the Grimms fairy tales, Mina finds out she is a descendent of the original Grimm brothers and must work her way through the corrupted tales to survive the fate that killed her father and uncle. I'm not sure how many books the author is planning in the series since there are supposed to be around 200 of the stories to work through! I enjoyed the first one enough to download the second and will see how it develops from there.
Mina is a bit overwhelmed and gets quite whiny but in the circumstances can you blame her - after all she just wanted a quiet life! Her friend Nan is a good contrast, more happy go lucky than Mina, Brody is a real gentleman, but with the memory loss at the end of the book will he and Mina ever get together again? I will look forward to seeing how the characters develop over the next book.
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This was a freebie from Amazon that I managed to get round to over the Christmas holidays at my parents's house. I couldn't remember the blurb so I pretty much went in without knowing much about the story, which was great as everything was a surprise. I felt as if I were learning things when Mina was.

Mina is likeable because of her shyness. I think most women or girls reading this story would be able to relate to her when it comes to her speaking to Brody, her crush. I know I've been there, many times. nan, her best friend, is also a great and likeable character. Let's face it, we all knew a Nan and wished we could be her.

The pace of the story is great as Hahn mixes up the history of Mina's family and working it into the present day story. As a reader, I never felt rushed or struggled to keep up with the information provided. Hahn was able to weave everything up nicely. Even the addition of new characters, such as Jared, was seamless and enhanced the flow of the story.

I first though that the story was a modern retelling of a fairy tale, which isn't something I usually enjoy, but it's not that at all. Its a new take on the history of the borthers Grimm and their tales which was very well thought out and executed. I will definitely read more in this series once I can afford to buy the books as I want to know more about Mina (and Jared!)
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Fairy Tale Retellings are definitely a favourite of mine and this book did not disappoint. Mina Grime(Grimm) is just an ordinary, if not clumsy girl, trying to get through high school with as little drama as possible. However, drama just seems to find her, between animals chasing her down the street and nearly accidentally killing/saving the most popular boy (Brody) in school, there shouldn't be much else that could go wrong in Mina's life, right? Wrong, as is found out fairly early on in the story Mina is cursed but this is not a normal everyday curse, this is what forced the original Brothers Grimm to encounter all the tales in their famous fairytale book. But they didn't complete every tale set out for them and ever since, the descendants of the Grimm's are forced to try and complete over 200 tales in order to free their family from the horrible curse. And the story now has a mind of it's own, it want's the descendants to succeed to a certain level, however it doesn't want them to complete every tale as then the next generation would no longer have to carry on fulfilling the curse and that would be no fun. Follow Mina as she tries to save her brother from having to go through this all after her.
This book was fairly enjoyable and the characters were all fairly relatable, being very clumsy and not part of the popular crowd. However Mina did seem slightly weak and it would have been nice to see her grow when the curse was thrust upon her or some improvement and not relying on everyone else in the book. Her best friend, Nan, has a very unhealthy obsession with technology to the point that she never seems to not be tweeting or texting. As a result we never really got to see the real Nan and it would have been nice to develop her character slightly more.
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