Reviewed by Melanie on March 26, 2017
After being a bit disappointed by Fairest, I was pleasantly surprised by Fable.
Mina, as usual, is avoiding The Story until something, or someone she loves is taken. I’m not the kind of reviewer who likes to spoil books, so I’ll try not too.
Having just gotten Jared, Nan, and Brody back in Fairest, you would think Mina would be prepared for The Story to take something a bit closer to home after yet again, ignoring, yes blatantly ignoring, The Story that is her curse.
My biggest complaint with this book, and the entire series really, is Mina’s continued reluctance to complete The Story and break her family’s curse.
My favorite aspect of this particular book is the addition of the Rumplestiltskin story. As one of my favorite fairy tales growing up, any aspect of the story in another book is exciting.
Overall I’m glad I’ve continued the series thus far, even if I’m not Mina biggest fan. I can’t wait to see how the rest of the fairy tale plays out.
The twist of this particular book was surprising and once again, had me on the edge of my seat and waiting anxiously for book number four.