Bewitching can be a beast Once, I put a curse on a beastly and arrogant high school boy. That one turned out alright. Others didn’t. I go to a new school. Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. Kendra, the witch behind the transformational curse in Beastly (), finally has the floor. In , teenage Kendra relates the . Flinn throws in retellings of “Hansel and Gretel,” “The Little Mermaid” and “The Princess and the Pea,” along with the overriding Cinderella.
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I love her commentary through the books, and as she tries to help people in their lives we see that there are repercussions through the use of magic and not all good intentions end up making lives better.
Nov 24, Coranne rated it it was amazing. Only after that do we get to present day, and Emma and Lisette’s story This is really amazing book of characters going through real life. To ask other readers questions about Bewitchingplease sign up.
Total Mary Sue, in my opinion. Totally hot, rich guy who is sensitive and loves the same books you do and offers to take you to Italy and your mom loves him and kisses you within an hour of meeting you.
View all 9 comments. I recommend this book to people of all ages, its just that good. Because she is so sweet and seems innocent and broken, Lisette Cinderella?
Bewitching (Kendra Chronicles, #2) by Alex Flinn
I loved how Alex Flinn made this a contemporary novel with fairy-tale aspects thrown in here and there. This was one of Kendra’s fails, due to unseen circumstances. Bewitching is the beginning of a new fairy tale adaptation that will keep readers smirking and reading hungrily to the last page. But not in this case. Read reviews that mention alex flinn fairy tales little mermaid princess and the pea hansel and gretel fairy tale emma and lisette high school main story writing style kiss in time main character beauty and the beast fun read point of view modern day looking forward mermaid and princess forward to reading evil stepsister.
Her whole family dies from it, except her little brother whom she saved through magic. And that little mermaid I found in the Titanic lifeboat? If you love fairy tales, you will eat this up!
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I wish it could have ended differently for Doria. Well, I like the fact you she updates the stories, but I haven’t always liked everything she’s written. Now is the story of Lisette and Emma. She gives her loads of chores and gives Emma her car and clothes, things that were rightfully hers anyway. When I was five years old, my mom said that I should be an author. I had such a fab time reading this book!
I go to a new school now—one where no aex knows that I should have graduated long ago.
Not knowing this girl she wanted to do what was right in the situation that they was all placed in. But the character that I wanted to throw off of a building and hopefully land on a moving semi-truck was a wicked character by the name of Lisette. Unconscious with her own power, she saved her little brother and ran away with him.
Gah as for Lisette! Other books in the series. But now I’m sure to hunt apex of her books down and read them. Preview — Bewitching by Alex Flinn. I would probably take a book to a party and just read too. Love Alex Flinn and the bewithcing she writes.
Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Emma’s constant companion of doubt is normal for girls her age. It involves romance, drama, even death.
Will I rlinn confused or miss anything if I don’t? Where to start, where to start?
Kendra Chronicles 4 books. Can anyone else not stand Lisette? Bewitching, re-telling classic tales through the eyes of the witch, breathes new life into these stories and shows us to quote my favorite witch What if the fairy tales we all grew up on got it wrong?
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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Flinn throws in retellings of “Hansel and Gretel,” “The Little Mermaid” and “The Princess and the Pea,” along with the overriding Cinderella scenario, and she keeps the narrative moving along in sprightly fashion.
It wasn’t until Lisette showed her true colors that Emma realized that she would have to fight, every day, for what was hers.
Overall, this should appeal to younger teens since there are things happening in the book that occur in their everyday life like having to deal with the mean girls at school, first love and not feeling good about yourself. Add all three to Cart Add all a,ex to List.
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