Golden A Retelling of Rapunzel

Golden A Retelling of Rapunzel➶ [Read] ➲ Golden A Retelling of Rapunzel By Cameron Dokey ➾ – Before Rapunzel's birth her mother made a dangerous deal with the sorceress Melisande If she could not love newborn Rapunzel just as she appeared she would surrender the child to Melisande When Rapunz Before Rapunzel's birth Retelling of PDF ☆ her mother made a dangerous deal with the sorceress Melisande If she could not love newborn Rapunzel just as she appeared she would surrender the child to Melisande When Rapunzel was born completely bald and without hope of ever growing hair her horrified mother sent her away with the sorceress to an uncertain futureAfter sixteen years of raising Rapunzel as her own child Melisande reveals that she has another daughter Rue who was cursed by a wizard years ago and needs Rapunzel's help Rue Golden A Kindle - and Rapunzel have precisely two nights and the day that falls between to break the enchantment But bitterness and envy come between the girls and if they fail to work together Rue will remain cursedforever.

Cameron Dokey is Retelling of PDF ☆ an American author living in Seattle Washington She has a collection of over old sci fi and horror films Cameron was born in the Central Valley of California Cameron grew up reading classical literature and mythology perhaps due to her father Richard being a teacher of Philosophy Creative Writing and Western Literature Cameron has one husband and three cats and is th.

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  • Paperback
  • 179 pages
  • Golden A Retelling of Rapunzel
  • Cameron Dokey
  • English
  • 08 September 2016
  • 9781416905806

10 thoughts on “Golden A Retelling of Rapunzel

  1. Cara says:

    I wanted to hug this book literally when I was done Perfect Exactly what a true fairy tale should be I'm seriously thinking about reading ALL Rapunzel retellings to see if there is one out there that can do it better than Dokey Rapunzel is bald What? Yeah I didn't think I could get on board with this but it worked The sorceress isn't evil and Rapunzel doesn't end up with a prince per say So some major changes Unlike last time with Sunlight and Shadowthe length didn't hurt the book Rapunzel is spunky and her relationship with Harry is what really shines in this story There is of course the sappy message but you know it made sense in a real life level The author supplied the best love at first sight explanation I've encountered in a book I won't attempt to explain it's done better in the book If you love fairy tales a definite must read if you despise them steer clear But who really hates fairy tales? Can't say that would convey correctly how much gladness I felt after reading this You'll just have to experience it yourself

  2. Hannah says:

    This is an amazing retelling of the classic fairy tale Rapunzel For you see in this story the roles are reversed Rapunzel is bald and lives with her stepmother who is actually a nice person and her stepmother also has the gift to see into other people's hearts I personally can not call her a witch because she never seemed to be one to me Anyhow I do not want to give too many spoilers for this enchanting book You will just have to see how the role of Rapunzel is reversed when you read this wonderful book

  3. Kristina says:

    This short lovely adaptation just leapt to the top of my list in this series It’s an original well developed twist on the classic tale and the ending is fantastic The heroine is not the princess in the tower but rather a strong intelligent woman who isn’t afraid to let her voice be heard Admittedly there isn’t much Grimm here and no real villains per say but I honestly feel that the heroine’s personality and strength redeem the bubble gum sweet story that I otherwise would have scoffed at Nicely played 🧙🏻‍♀️

  4. Valerie says:

    I have no real complaints about this book It is the most satisfying book I've read of the series so far I've read 3 of them just so you knowRapunzel starts off by telling us that the tale we have grown up with about her is inaccurate and she precedes to tell us the real story The story sure has its differences Rapunzel is bald the sorceress is good a prince is involved but isn't the only one to take credit in saving Rapuzel and Rapunzel doesn't get stuck in a tower until near the last uarter of the bookLike the other Dokey books you hear a lot about the heart but it didn't bother me like it did in the other one Plus the whole love at first sight thing was sort of clarified I'd never been a none believer of love at first sight but I never really thought about it in deapth till now Dokey described it in a way that made sense to me I enjoyed Rapunzel's character For being so distant from people she wasn't strangeif you don't count that she's baldand she had a backbone I liked that she didn't think of herself as ugly just because she was bald although she did want hairThis book gives me lots of hope for the others in the series Its a great fast light hearted read

  5. Kathryn says:

    I would really give this 2 12 stars if I could I was really enjoying the first half I liked the depth that the Rapunzel story had been given and loved the character of Rapunzel However once it got the second half with the enchanted tower and the witch's daughter Rue it started to fall apart for me SPOILER ALERTRue was supposedly locked in the tower until someone besides her mother came along that truly loved her The witch has always thought Rapunzel would be the one to break the spell and so she brings her to the tower Rapunzel and Rue don't get along at first and I was assuming that they would learn to love each other and that would break the spell However the prince rides up and in a Cyrano de Bergerac type move falls in love with the beauty of Rue while he's actually talking to Rapunzel and the next day asks her to marry him without ever climbing up the tower and really getting to know her and voila the spell is broken? For the climactic event it certainly didn't carry much moral or emotional depth

  6. God O& says:

    I liked the idea of this book but I didn't really like the book itself Mostly my problem came from the writing style which was overly complicated to no end It basically felt to me that the author took a story of no than 50 pages and whipped it up into a longer tale by making the sentences convoluted and long winded than necessary AS for the story itself I liked the original premise but I felt it wasn't developed correctlythe first half and the second half felt like entirely different stories with the first showing a great deal of promise until it was suddenly mashed into the second rapunzel themed part I thought it was very unclear why rapunzel needed to be the one saving the girl and how she went about it was eually random Finally the wizard who set the curse in the first place reacted completely out of proportion and in doing so ruined many livesand no one seems to think that he should be hunted down and made to answer which I find suspect Might appeal to teens as a remake of rapunzel but i don;t see what sets it apart from other retold tales that would make me recommend this one in particular

  7. Anne Osterlund says:

    Rapunzel is well perhaps not what you’d expect As bald as an egg raised by a sorceress and actually not the most polite young lady ever to pull all the carrots out of a garden But she does have the ability to see the truth And into the hearts of almost everyoneExcept herselfAnd maybe that of the tinker’s boy who insists upon calling her Parsleyuite a bit of fun and a surprisingly radical tale for one so often stuck up in a tower

  8. Ashley says:

    Rapunzel is my favorite fairy tale so you can imagine my skepticism learning the Rapunzel in this version has no hair Absolutely none at all But I was charmed by the author’s way with words and by the end she had me with her version of this story even if I loved it for very different reasons than I love the original tale I read the whole thing in about an hour and a half It’s not very long but it packs a nice little punch Well worth the effort There are other changes to the tale both of the superficial nature and a bit significant Rapunzel’s mother does crave an herb from a witch’s garden and her father does steal that herb for her but in this version the witch is not evil although she does take Rapunzel from her parents In this case it’s because she believes the vain mother who herself possesses vast uantities of beautiful golden hair will not be capable of loving her daughter who has aforementioned zero hair The witch takes Rapunzel and raises her as her own child When Rapunzel has grown up however the story takes a left turn involving a tinker witch hunting and a spell placed on the witch’s daughter In Dokey’s hands the story of Rapunzel becomes one about different kinds of love especially the love between a parent and a child Dokey is also really good at taking fairy tale constructs and turning them into fleshed out characters I knew exactly who all of these characters were by the end of the book I did check this book out originally as part of a fairy tale retelling anthology called Once featuring two other stories Dokey had written re telling Cinderella and Mulan I didn’t have time to read them before I returned the book to the library but I enjoyed this story enough that I am very likely to check out of her stuff in the future

  9. Cherie says:

    A perfect retelling of a story I loved the alternate twist and the reason for it Everyone knows the girl in the tower with the long long golden hair but no one knows the Rapunzel of this story Why? Because there is another girl

  10. Mary says:

    I am not your true love I said You just met me not five minutes ago

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