A fantastical retelling of the Russian Baba Yaga mixed in with a Cinderella-esque wicked stepmother/sisters.
One of the greatest love stories of literature, Pride and Prejudice tells the tale of wealthy and proud Darcy and prejudiced Elizabeth. And with retellings abound, there's no doubt that even though most diehard Jane Austen fans will always prefer the original PnP, the following are more than worth their pages.
A badass retelling of Cinderella, from the stepsister's perspective. Redemptive and engaging.
Nothing like dark Yuletide to brighten up the darkest month of the year.
The Girl in Red is a Little Red Riding Hood retelling about Red, who is living in a pandemic world, similar to our current Covid-19 environment.
A fun and flirty retelling of Pride and Prejudice.
Overall, a good read if you want some woodsy magic and dragon slaying.
I've decided to end 2019 with a month of dark retellings!
A grotesque reimagining of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, Alice takes you down the rabbit hole into something more violent and bloody than Carroll ever imagined.