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    download Ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub » Allyse Near Allyse Near » 9 read review Fairytales for Wilde Girls Am I allowed to rate my own book? I suppose it must be so because no celestial Goodreadian deity has cursed me down yetAnyway this is my first ever book It's weird and creepy and lyrical and tender It's got grungy schoolgirls fizzy morsels of pop culture a book within a book and a sinister talking rabbit It's no

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    download Ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub » Allyse Near Fairytales for Wilde Girls review ì 9 Isola Wilde was watching television with her brother AlejandroShe was an only child c‘You smoke?’ said the boy‘Only passively’ said the girl‘I mean dope’‘What’d you call me?’ cAlejandro had told her that in his experience people were all about the empty spaces; the things they don’t have the words that aren’

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    Fairytales for Wilde Girls review ì 9 The cover of this book is beautiful though it does not prepare you at all for what's inside I couldn't put it down Like actually Father Daughter put the book down and eat dinnerMother Daughter put the book down and get ready for schoolFriend Oi put the book down and listen to my issuesTeacher Student put the book down and do some physicsMe This novelscared me confounded me turned my brain into moosh made me sleep with

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    Fairytales for Wilde Girls review ì 9 Allyse Near » 9 read review Fairytales for Wilde Girls Bubblegum gothic is an apt description for this uniue novel I liked it a lot even though it confused me uite a bit Sort of reminded me of an even trippy The Raven Boys Never saw that ending coming eitherThe style is a little difficult at first but once you get used to it the story shines The prose is lyrical and the cha

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    Fairytales for Wilde Girls review ì 9 Fairytales for Wilde Girls is Australian author Allyse Near’s first novel Set in the small village of Avalon in England sixteen year

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    Fairytales for Wilde Girls review ì 9 The time has come to say what I really think And what I really think is I FREAKING LOVED IT I honestly dont even

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    Fairytales for Wilde Girls review ì 9 See reviews at YA Midnight Reads35 stars Mini reviewThank you Random House Australia for sending me this copy No compensation was given or taken to alter this review I wasn't necessarily disappointed with Fairytales for Wilde Girls I was at loss in anything Nevertheless Allyse Near's debut was rather pleasing despite a number of imperfections A mix between fantasy and contemporary despite the gorgeous cover

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    download Ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub » Allyse Near Allyse Near » 9 read review Fairytales for Wilde Girls From the first page of this wonderful book I knew it was going to be something special The writing style is uirky and densely poetic and you're thrown headlong into a world that blends magic realism urban fantasy and fairytale motifs

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    Fairytales for Wilde Girls review ì 9 Allyse Near » 9 read download Ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub » Allyse Near I was given an ARC of this title at work and it is one of the most perfect books I've read in the last year Perhaps best summed up by the description given on the back cover bubblegum gothic love it it is both traditionally child fairytale traditional and adult dark fairytale in turnsNot one for younger readers as the mental health issues de

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    Fairytales for Wilde Girls review ì 9 45 starsyays the writing THE WRITING THE WRITING the characters the plot pacing settingnays how the plot was written will explain in

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Allyse Near » 9 read download Ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub » Allyse Near Fairytales for Wilde Girls review ì 9 A deliciously dark bubblegum gothic fairytale from a stunning new Australian talent ‘He's gone the same way as those little birds that bothered me with their awful songs And you will too you and your horrible heart music because you won't stay out of my woods'There's a dead girl in a birdcage in the. The cover of this book is beautiful though it does not prepare you at all for what s inside I couldn t put it down Like actually Father Daughter put the book down and eat dinnerMother Daughter put the book down and get ready for schoolFriend Oi put the book down and listen to my issuesTeacher Student put the book down and do some physicsMe This novelscared me confounded me turned my brain into moosh made me sleep with a light on cough captivated me I always feel the need to congratulate an author when they do such as it is uite a rare occurrence Often these days novels are so predictable and well too much of the same But not Fairy Tales for Wilde Girls Stunningly original I loved the characters and the way in which the book s written So I believe a round of applause is reuired for Allyse NearIsola is an awesome character Totally weird and gothic and individualistic with fashion and style and literary know how Yes her and I would most definitely be friends And although at first I found myself crippled with a severe case of mind fuck everything came together Isola s princes to which you have to abandon any previous childhood connotations Eg fairytale princes who constantly ride around swishing their beautiful golden locks swords and saving daft distressed anti feminists who need to grow a pair of doodleberries damsels I grew to love the princes and each of their stories and pasts espcially Alejandro Isola s brotherhottieghostprince You can haunt me anytime His ghostly goodlookingess is even reiterated in illustratedvisual form as there are beautiful drawings of some of the charcters inside the book The drawings are stunning and contain some hidden subtle symbolism so make sure you study them for a bit But seriously The picutre of AlejandroBoom MY DEPRIVED OVERIESAnd don t fret girls there is a romance Yeah I m a sucker for it too godamn But the best part it s not clich or cheesy IT S AWESOME AND CUTE AND WITTY AND CLEVER There s James who s been her friend since they were very little typical surfer cigarette smoking douchenozzle guy and Edgar the cute witty neighbourhood boy who draws cool shizzle Never have I found braces so endearingly attractive don t worry Alejandro I remain faithful to your beautiful twinkling Spanish eyes chiselled jaw and opium induced deadness And it s not at all a love triangle Allyse Near is far too good to stoop to such a clich d nonsensical unoriginal plot device yeah notice the dangling uotations marks that hopefully submerge the previous statement with the appropriate amount of skeptical disgust Anwyays I disgressThis book deals with some dark and pressing topics Dealing with grief death isolation bullying and mental illness yet Near does so in such a way that is vividly enchanting This is not at all to say that she glorifies them Near treats these topics with the appropriate amount of respect yet pulls of a realistic and believably endearing perception Admittedly at the start I did not like the notations and play like layout of some of the interludes but they grew fewer and when they did show up again later on I found I didn t mind at all I loved the stories little eerie fairytale like excerpts written by Isola s favourite author Lileo Lileo Disney any day This may be foolish but I d never realised that the Disney fairytales were so inaccurate It was only after I did some research that I came to realise that no fairytales do not happen with happily ever afters all the time As Near said Faeries don t have tails Honestly NearLileo are a geniusesAnd be prepared for plot twists There are several especially at the end Not to sound supercilious but a lot of the time I am able to predict endings of novels and whilst I will admit that I did predict that the novel would end in a similar way to which it did I missed one of the massive plot revelations and only half guessed at the other So again kudos Ms Near you re awesome I will be reading you again so write something else I won t spoil the end but I promise you won t be disappointed The only thing regarding this book that left me slightly disappointed was the blurb description Not a fan of the bubblegum gothic description What kind of description is that This book and writing style deserve a much better label So go on fellow bibliophiles Read it Do it I dare you And come out the other disliking the blurb but loving everything else And so concludes my first review Hope you liked

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Allyse Near » 9 read download Ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub » Allyse Near Fairytales for Wilde Girls review ì 9 Woods That's not unusual Isola Wilde sees a lot of things other people don't But when the girl appears at Isola's window her every word a threat Isola needs helpHer real life friends – Grape James and new boy Edgar – make her forget for a while And her brother princes – the mermaids faeries and m. Bubblegum gothic is an apt description for this uniue novel I liked it a lot even though it confused me uite a bit Sort of reminded me of an even trippy The Raven Boys Never saw that ending coming eitherThe style is a little difficult at first but once you get used to it the story shines The prose is lyrical and the characterization of Isola is strong I think her brothers may have been my favorites thoughIf you want to read about faeries ghosts mermaids gargoyles witches unicorns fairy tales romance and goretastic escapades all at once this is your book4 stars Might reread and feel differently each time

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Allyse Near » 9 read download Ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub » Allyse Near Fairytales for Wilde Girls review ì 9 Agical creatures seemingly lifted from the pages of the French fairytales Isola idolises – will protect her with all the fierce love they possessIt may not be enoughIsola needs to uncover the truth behind the dead girl's demise and appease her enraged spirit before the ghost steals Isola's last breat. I was given an ARC of this title at work and it is one of the most perfect books I ve read in the last year Perhaps best summed up by the description given on the back cover bubblegum gothic love it it is both traditionally child fairytale traditional and adult dark fairytale in turnsNot one for younger readers as the mental health issues described are disturbing it is one I ll be recommending to teens and adults alike who love fairy stories something uirky completely unpredictable and breathtakingly beautiful An excellent choice for people who are interested in the art of writing too almost poetic in spots and with turns of phrase that are so original but oh so right wannabe authors could learn a lot from Allyse Near s writing

  • Paperback
  • 432
  • Fairytales for Wilde Girls
  • Allyse Near
  • English
  • 08 October 2019
  • 9781742758510