Tag: The Fool’s Girl

I Wish There Were More _______ In Books

I Wish There Were More _______ In Books

There are a few kinds of books I get passionate about. Books with really amazing, beautiful writing. Books with incredible, loveable/hateable characters. Books I absolutely cannot predict what is this madness. Books with amazing relationship dynamics that make my heart flutter. I also think that we all have a few things that we love dearly that we wish we could find more of in books.  Things that we wish were written about a little more!  I have a bunch, and I’m actively seeking more so if you know any, please let me know in the comments so I can add […]

Posted January 16, 2018 in Memes // 6 Comments //
The Fool’s Girl by Celia Rees

The Fool’s Girl by Celia Rees

Although tedious and slightly scattered, The Fool’s Girl is yet another retelling of an old, beloved fairytale… except this one doesn’t trail as far back as Hansel and Gretel or Jack and the Beanstalk – hailing from Elizabethan England, Twelfth Night is comedy, tragedy, drama, and resolution. I found Rees’ style frustrating – there are characters presented as important who ultimately show no purpose at all (I am thinking of Tod, here), and there is a great deal of talk and travel, what I generally refer to as “filler”. It grew tedious. The important plot points felt so few and […]

Posted October 11, 2011 in Reviews // 0 Comments //