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Lil is an old woman who spends her days shelving rare books in a tiny Manhattan bookstore and lonely nights at home in her apartment But Lil has an intriguing secret Tucked and bound behind her back are white feathery wings–the only key to who she once was the fairy godmother responsible for getting Cinderella to the ball to unite with her Prince CharmingBut on that fateful What This Book Is Being Marketed As Fluffy retelling of the Cinderella story from the godmother’s point of view She was kicked out of fairyland for falling in love with Cinderella’s prince; now as an elderly bookstore clerk in present day New York she has the chance to redeem herself by doing some matchmaking for a free spirited hair stylist and her wealthy recently divorced bookstore owning boss There’s a wealthy bookstore owner in this book so you know it’ll be an optimistic fairytaleWhat This Book Actually Is Based On One Interpretation of Its Ambiguous Ending Cinderella’s godmother grew up in a fairyland that seems as realistic and well realized as one of those mid ’90s plastic fairy kingdom toys that unfolded from a Pepto Bismol pink clamshell case that looked like it maybe in a previous life held somebody’s diaphragm She fell in love with Cinderella’s prince after seeing him one time which makes her kind of want to off Miss Cinders rather than get her and Charming together Luckily Cinderella is suicidally depressed and tells the godmother to just go to the ball in her place Godmother does comes back to find Cinderella has slashed her wrists with her broken glass slipper But if the godmother can manage that hair stylistwealthy bookstore owner hookup then everything’s still coolWhat This Book Actually Is Based On the Other Interpretation of Its Ambiguous Ending The “godmother” is actually a crazy old lady who’s escaped into a fantasy world after her younger sister’s rape and suicide when they were girls At the end she thinks she’s getting to return to fairyland but actually she just kills herselfIn Conclusion It’s so nice to know that whichever way you slice it someone’s veins are getting sliced too Also good to know if this author offers you a nice refreshing glass of Kool Aid it’s probably best to pass Gods and Generals (The Civil War Trilogy, godmother responsible for Perfect Ponies 3 in 1 getting Cinderella to the ball to unite with her Prince CharmingBut on that fateful What This Book Is Being Marketed As Fluffy retelling of the Cinderella story from the The Pillars of the Earth (Kingsbridge, godmother’s point of view She was kicked out of fairyland for falling in love with Cinderella’s prince; now as an elderly bookstore clerk in present day New York she has the chance to redeem herself by doing some matchmaking for a free spirited hair stylist and her wealthy recently divorced bookstore owning boss There’s a wealthy bookstore owner in this book so you know it’ll be an optimistic fairytaleWhat This Book Actually Is Based On One Interpretation of Its Ambiguous Ending Cinderella’s Sigil (Irdesi Empire godmother Death of a Ghost (Albert Campion Mystery, grew up in a fairyland that seems as realistic and well realized as one of those mid ’90s plastic fairy kingdom toys that unfolded from a Pepto Bismol pink clamshell case that looked like it maybe in a previous life held somebody’s diaphragm She fell in love with Cinderella’s prince after seeing him one time which makes her kind of want to off Miss Cinders rather than Why Arent They Shouting? get her and Charming together Luckily Cinderella is suicidally depressed and tells the Why I Went Back godmother to just Horse Sense (Saddle Club, go to the ball in her place Godmother does comes back to find Cinderella has slashed her wrists with her broken Wild Horses (Saddle Club, glass slipper But if the London in an Hour godmother can manage that hair stylistwealthy bookstore owner hookup then everything’s still coolWhat This Book Actually Is Based On the Other Interpretation of Its Ambiguous Ending The “godmother” is actually a crazy old lady who’s escaped into a fantasy world after her younger sister’s rape and suicide when they were Undressing The Devil girls At the end she thinks she’s Little Answer getting to return to fairyland but actually she just kills herselfIn Conclusion It’s so nice to know that whichever way you slice it someone’s veins are Undercover Secrets getting sliced too Also Amethyst good to know if this author offers you a nice refreshing In My Own Words glass of Kool Aid it’s probably best to pass

READ Õ SIGMAENCLOSURES.CO.UK Æ Carolyn Turgeon

Night something went terribly and beautifully wrong Lil allowed herself the unthinkable to feel the emotions of human beings and fall in love with the prince herself going to the ball in place of Cinderella in her exuisitely gorgeous human guise For her unforgivable mistake she was banished to live among humans far from her fairy sisters and their magical underwater world But This book was absolutely beautifully writtenuntil maybe the last 10 pages Despite its cheerful and happy looking cover the story is dark and somewhat tragic Lil is an old woman living in New York Cityand she has been living in New York City for a few hundred years Because of her failure to help Cinderella to go to the ball and as punishment for falling in love with the prince herself she has been banished from her world of fairies and now has to live her life as a mortal with wings that she cannot use and must constantly hide She hates her mortal life and longs to return to her family in the alternate fairy world and when an opportunity arises for her to redeem herself by helping a girl go to a ball and find her true love she does everything she can to make sure that everything is perfectThen it gets weird It seems like after Lil goes through all this trouble that there would be some sort of epic ending whether it be positive or negative HoweverI'm not really sure WHAT happened exactly Seriously I have no idea what to think The ending was so ambiguous and vague; it actually irritated me I wanted to completely re write the ending and go back and read it again I still gave it three stars because for 95 percent of the book I loved it But really Its almost like a completely different person wrote the last 10 pages

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Then one day she meets Veronica–a young fair skinned flame haired East Village beauty with a love of all things vintage and a penchant for falling in love with the wrong men–and suddenly it becomes clear to Lil that she’s been given a chance at redemption If she can find a soul mate for Veronica she may right her wrong and return to the fairy world she so deeply longs fo Full review here

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