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pdf å A Tale Dark Grimm » Adam Gidwitz Hansel and Gretel walk out of their own story and into eight other classic Grimm and Grimm inspired fairy tales An irreverent witty narrator leads us through encounters with witches warlocks dragons and the To see this review and others please visit wwwreadrantrockandrollcomI have a thing for fairy tales especially Hansel and Gretel So when I saw A Tale Dark and Grimm at the library a few weeks ago I couldn't hesitate I needed to read this book Firstly I thought the story was incredibly creative It's like the classic Hansel and Gretel except in addition to the witch they deal with many other scary beings and they move through different fairy tales They decide they must choose their own fate and they're trying to locate caretakers that aren't dangerous and brutal toward them In a nutshell they're trying to stay alive In between certain tales and sections we have a narrator that lightens the mood and warns before something violent is about to happen I liked that but at times it was also distractingSecondly is this seriously Juvenile Fiction for 3rd grade? It seems way to gruesome for 3rd graders to be reading but in a way the story is fairly simple which makes me have a love hate relationship with it as far as the reading level I would put this into the 5 6th grade level but not 3rd grade and that's based solely on the content The author is covering Grimm's fairy tales here with added twists and I don't necessarily feel that readers should be spared on the details but maybe this should be listed for an older audience It's fairly sadistic at times I'd say for younger readers it's best to read with an adultOverall rating on this one is 4

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kindle ☆ A Tale Dark Grimm â 288 pages ☆ Adam Gidwitz ☆ ☄ [PDF / Epub] ☃ A Tale Dark Grimm By Adam Gidwitz ✓ – Insolpro.co.uk Hansel and Gretel walk out of their own story and into eight other classic Grimm and Grimm inspired fairy tales An irreverent witty narrator leads us t After Because once upon a time fairy tales were awesomeUnlike any children's book I've ever read It holds up to multiple rereadings like the classic I think it will turn out to be New York Times Book Review Gidwitz spins a twisted tale that sends Hansel and Gretel into the deep dark and sometimes bloody forest Not surprisingly no one there is uite what they seem The authornarrator freuently warns the reader that bad things are going to happen and boy do they ever Hansel has a Hell of a time as heads roll and dragons roar Gretel's no slouch either when it comes to taking names and kicking butt Anyone who enjoys their fairy tales on the grisly side should enjoy this story of two tough siblings and their grim adventures

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A Tale Dark GrimmDevil himself As the siblings roam a forest brimming with menacing foes they learn the true story behind the famous tales as well as how to take charge of their destinies and create their own happily ever Do you know the feeling that you knew everything that was about to happen even before you read it? Well nothing surprised me in this Not a single thing It had great potential but it did not work for me There are some fantastic re tellings but this one is not it at least not for me No of course it can't The moon can eat children and fingers can open door and people's heads can be put back onBut rain? Talk? Don't be ridiculousGood thinking Gretel dear Good thinking Because the best way to will a warlock is to cook him with poisonous snakes in a cauldron of boiling oilObviously