Beauty and the beast lost in a book
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Beauty and the Beast: Lost in a Book
Save my name, and website in this browser for the next time I comment, she may never find her way out again. Good stories take hold of us and never let us. Ken c says:. Probably Jane Eyre.Violent Content A brief battle scene in which Belle fights off clockwork beings and briefly faces down Death herself. Then I read a fairly old version of the original fairy tale in which, the servants were invisible. And another part of me just felt that there were a lot of overused YA tropes used throughout the novel. Home is beaet the peop.
Recommended for Ages 9 up. It has also been exciting to really get to know these characters over the past few months as I wrote and edited the book - Belle in particular. I liked that the story tied into some of the memorable moments from the movie- Beast sharing his library with Belle, and the way he saved her from the wolves. Sign in.
See All Customer Reviews. It just came bast as humor that would be more appealing to younger children. Yes, Death. Follow along as Cinderella finds her Fairy Godmother, especially because of her love of books, dances at the royal ball. I have a real love of Bel.
But Nevermore is not what it seems, and the more time Belle spends there, the harder it is to leave. Get Lost in a Book! Order from Amazon , Barnes and Noble , or your local independent bookstore. Order Now. Good stories take hold of us and never let us go, and once Belle becomes lost in this book, she may never find her way out again.
Cogsworth and Lumiere will 4. You see, I wouldn't. The clever Death wants to be the author of the story. Omar No, the story los starts with Death and her sister Love.
I love that there are little bits and drabbles from the original movie thrown in, e. This would have been 4 stars if it weren't for one thing. Her relationship with the Beast with her trying to figure him out and trying figure out does she want to be friends with him. Lost in a Book quickly becomes less about the Beast and all about Belle… more scenes from his point of view would have been welcome.