The Fairytale Keeper: Avenging the Queen

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 review
Cologne is a city in turmoil due to a rampant fever that claims Adelaide's mother, a storyteller who affectionately called her Snow White. Addie's father must bribe a priest to give her mother a funeral since the church has outlawed the rite. When Soren does the unforgivable, Addie is pushed to avenge her mother no matter the cost, collecting the famous Grimm's fairy tales as the story unfolds. More
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About Andrea Cefalo

Andrea Cefalo graduated with honors from Winthrop University in 2007 where she studied medieval art history, children’s literature, and education. She enjoys inspiring children of all ages to read and write through her workshops. The Fairytale Keeper, the first in The Fairytale Keeper series, is a medieval novel of corruption, devotion, and the origins of Grimm’s fairy tales. The first novel was released June 2012. The second novel, The Fairest of All will debut early 2014. Andrea resides in Greenville, South Carolina with her husband and their two border collies.

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Deon Lewis reviewed on June 8, 2015

This story was amazing. I enjoyed reading every moment of it. It was very detailed and well done. I rate it 5 stars. Why I rate it 5 is because I never thought that I would get attached to it. In this story there are so many parts where I felt really sympathetic for Addie's family and what they been through. I felt the pain of her dad having to bribe a priest just to get her mom a funeral due to the fact that they outlawed it.

This story brought tears to my eyes because there are so much more to life than just making things hard for people. I never understood why we treat each other with no love in our hearts. Reading this book made me realize why I should value my mother. This author did an awesome job and I definitely will be reading it again.
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