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  • Beautiful to Me

    Beautiful to Me is the third book in the End of Ever After series, although they can be read in any order. For me, this was the saddest book so far, although once again, excellently written. You find out about the Little Mermaid, through the eyes of one of them. That's right, there were two, but you really need to read this for yourself to get any more information! I loved how E.L. Tenenbaum was able to change this story into something more enriched with emotion, simpler and yet more complex. The descriptions of both land and sea are breathtaking, and will fill you with longing. Excellently written, with a smooth and flowing pace, this book held my attention from beginning to the end. I went through every emotion as I read it, and yet I was still surprised at how the story unfolded. I loved/hated the ending, simply because I can't imagine going through what 'she' goes through. Absolutely stunning, and highly recommended by me. I now want to return and read the other two again. Simply superb. * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

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  • Nice and fairy tale like

    An original retelling of the little mermaid fairy tale. Here and there a bit rambling and repeating facts and thoughts, but nevertheless a very sympathetic story, like the other Tenenbaum Ever After books. Lovely and lovable protagonist. This story is much more intimate, has a dream-like quality and has more psychological depth than the other two Ever Afters. A feel-good book that makes you think about what is really important in life.

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  • Author spoils their own storyline

    The story would actually be quite wonderful, if the author weren't dropping their own spoilers the whole way through. On page one he tells you that Sienna will die, and then he spends every chapter after that reminding you that Sienna will die, beating the reader over the head with this fact, until you just want it to happen already. Then, he proceeds to spoil other plotlines: who's going to get married, what happens to Ariel, and on and on ... everytime something interesting, exciting, is going to happen, the author announces it, repeatedly, well in advance of actually leading you there. By the time you get there, you are feeling completely let down because you already knew it was coming. It is a horrible way to tell a story. Clearly, this author has never understood what is meant by the oft repeated advice to SHOW the reader rather than TELL the reader. Or, maybe they understood the exact opposite. What a waste of what could have been a beautiful retelling of the Little Mermaid.

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