Shelfari edited the description of Snow White Sorrow Saturday, June 8, 2013.
What if all you knew about fairy tales was wrong? Ever wondered why Snow White's mother wanted her to have lips red as blood? Why the Evil Queen really wanted to have her heart? Whose voice it was in the queen's mirror? Did you ever wonder if the original Brothers Grimm fairy tales were different, or if the story was real and happened in a certain period in history? From Bestselling author Cameron Jace ( The Grimm Diaries Prequels amazon.com/dp/B00AA4JIWC ) comes the first book of a dazzling new fantasy series that questions everything you knew about fairy tales. SNOW WHITE SORROW (Book #1 in The Grimm Diaries where fairy tale characters expose the truth about fairy tales) presents the coming of age epic story of a special 15 year old boy who lives in the town of Snoring. Loki Blackstar is learning how to become a Dreamhunter, a special talent to kill dark creatures by entering their dreams. He has no no memory of his past; his best friend is a car that talks and sings to him, his mother is a ghost who tries her best to be scary, and his guardian is a happy pipe-smoking teacher called Charmwill Glimmer--who claims to be friends with Santa Claus. Loki is told he is a half-angel who was banned for falling in love with a human girl by roaming the world of Minikins where ordinary people live. The only way to regain back his memory is to kill a 15 year old vampire girl that lives in a mysterious castle called the Schloss in a crazy island that resides on the back of a whale called Sorrow. They say the vampire girl is Snow White. The real Snow White... She is described as darkly beautiful, terrifyingly enchanting, and wickedly lovely. She kills ruthlessly, and doesn't spare anyone. Loki will have to confront her to learn who he really is and the truth about the real fairy tales that the Brothers Grimm kept from us. In their first confrontation, Snow White whispers TWO WORDS in Loki ears while gripping him by the throat that will change both their lives forever. Warning: these Grimm Diaries are like poisoned apples. Once you taste them, you will never see fairy tales in the same light again Snow White Sorrow - 125'000 words - 480 pages