Red Gone Bad

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A small collection of twisted fairy tales in which the heroines are not what you might expect from them.

Once upon a time ...

Little Red Riding Hood took matters in her own hands

And the miller's daughter struck a flawed deal with Rumpelstiltsken

In these--and two more--twisted fairy tales there are no happy endings and you'll find out those heroines are not what you might expect

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About Lucy Pireel

Lucy is an avid reader and likes to dabble in the kitchen when she's not writing or editing.
She doesn't like to be confined to any kind of style or genre, which basically means she writes whatever comes up in her mind. Be it twisted fairy tales Red Gone Bad, horror, erotica, fantasy, or even regular fiction. Neither does she restricts herself to any kind of length. Her work ranges from flash fiction. (a double cover feature in Isotropic Fiction #3 called Cradle of Life and Life for a Trea) to full length novels. She has a manuscript in its final stage at the moment.

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Reviews

Review by: Dab 10 on June 01, 2013 :
It wasn't what I expected (it was so much better)if you think fairy tales done for tales from the crypt you might be on the right track fun and different and a very good read.
and when I was done I heard the crypt keeper laughing in my head
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Devon Winterson on Dec. 31, 2012 :
Author Lucy Pireel delivers these “behind the scenes” fairy tales versions with an extra special punch-and-twist to the mind. Familiar characters with ulterior motives, and darker than one might expect, Red Gone Bad is a short story collection that's well worth a read, with a bonus flash that contains an alternative version that's sure to make a reader cringe—in a wickedly good way. Be prepared to abandon any deep-seated notions you might hold about Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, Snow White, and the miller's daughter from Rumpelstiltskin—Lucy Pireel's stories are certain to make you view them all in a different light!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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