The Bitches of Everafter

The Bitches of Everafter

Barbra Annino / Jun 03, 2020

The Bitches of Everafter From the author of the number bestselling book OPAL FIRE comes a brand new spellbinding trilogy inspired by fairy tale characters These are not the mild mannered maidens of your childhood These ar

  • Title: The Bitches of Everafter
  • Author: Barbra Annino
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • From the author of the number 1 bestselling book, OPAL FIRE, comes a brand new spellbinding trilogy inspired by fairy tale characters These are not the mild mannered maidens of your childhood These are fallen princesses and fierce women with no recollection of who they are, where they came from, or how they arrived in a mysterious town called Everafter All they know isFrom the author of the number 1 bestselling book, OPAL FIRE, comes a brand new spellbinding trilogy inspired by fairy tale characters These are not the mild mannered maidens of your childhood These are fallen princesses and fierce women with no recollection of who they are, where they came from, or how they arrived in a mysterious town called Everafter All they know is that they ve been sentenced to a stretch in a half way house by a malicious judge with an ax to grind They ve been stripped of their freedom, their kingdoms, and their true loves Now, they have nothing left to lose Snow White is the newest parolee to arrive at Granny s House for Girls It isn t long before she learns that her housemates harbor secrets, and that the mansion itself is a meandering enigma She stumbles upon forbidden doorways, ghostly passages, and walls that seem to breathe Determined to find out what s really happening inside those old walls, Snow embarks on a dangerous discovery mission Not everyone is thrilled about her nosing around In fact, there are some who would kill to keep the secrets that the house and its occupants hold.

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        Barbra Annino is the author of the Stacy Justice Reluctant Witch Mysteries, The Secret Goddess books, The Everafter trilogy, and other fantasy fiction Sign up for freebies, exclusive content, release dates, and fun stuff at authorbarbraannino


    851 Comments

    1. I have enjoyed the author's Stacy Justice series but this start to a new series didn't work for me. As a reader I totally get the title and what she's trying to do, I don't need the characters constantly calling each other "bitch" to show me that these are not the sweet fairy tale princesses that we grew up with. Quit hitting me over the head with the "bitch" sledgehammer.It's an interesting enough idea--fairy tale characters placed under a curse so that they lose their memories and are transpor [...]


    2. I really enjoy this author's Stacy Justice series and thought I would give this book a try. It really does rather lend itself to the TV show Once Upon A Time. Still, the premise is fun, (in the land of Enchantment, the five princesses have signed a blood oath to protect all of their lands. Rapunzel, Belle, Aurora, Cinderella and Snow White) and it is interesting to see how the various fairy tale characters are portrayed. Honestly, I just don't like them all that well as their alter-egos. I do li [...]


    3. So, when I started this book I wasn't sure what to think. It was difficult imagine my favorite fairytale princesses being so nasty and foul mouthed. It took a little to wrap my head around it. But as the story moved along I became more curious and by the end I was intrigued as to where else this story was going to take me. Now I just want to read more. So, maybe not my favorite series (I love the others soooo much) but was a fun read.



    4. (I received this book for free as part of First Reads giveaways).(This review may contain spoilers).Although fairytale-based plots aren't terribly unique, I did find this to be a really entertaining read. Parts of it made me think a little of Once Upon a Time, but it was different enough that, although it triggered thoughts of the series, I wasn't picturing the characters from the show while I was reading this.The idea behind this book was quite a unique one, though I did feel that the constant [...]


    5. 2.5This was a cute idea and the author managed to pull it off, but the shtick really did get old quickly. After a while it just started to feel ridiculous. It did make me laugh more than once though and the writing is pretty good. But I'm taking off half a start for not being a complete arc.For real, some people might call this a cliff-hanger, but I don't think that's accurate. I don't even think precipitous cliff-hanger is accurate, because nothing wraps up in this story. It literally just ends [...]


    6. This is a good book to read when you are in the need of some laughs. It is a rather extreme fairy tale retelling but very entertaining.


    7. The characters were just too unlikable for me to really enjoy this book. Plus, it doesn't really end - just set you up for the next one.


    8. The story itself was ok. It required some discipline to stick with, but would have rated a solid three or 3 1/2. The problem for me was the end. It didn't. The author cut the story off at the peak with NO resolution and an ad immediately appeared trying to sell me on buying the sequel. I have nothing against series that continue a story (The Belgariad, for example) but it should end in a natural stopping point of partial resolution so the reader feels they have completed A story, just not the WH [...]


    9. Una lectura bastante entretenida que al estar basada en los cuentos que todos conocemos hubo momentos en los que recuerda a Once Upon a Time o Fables, aunque no tenga nada que ver.La nueva concepción de las princesas resulta muy original al igual que el desarrollo de sus historias. Pero claro, esta es la primera parte de una trilogía y por lo tanto solo la introducción de la verdadera historia, asi que te dejará con ganas de saber más, no solo de lo que ocurrirá o lo que está pasando, sin [...]


    10. Apart from the language- which had been expected, considering the title- I rather enjoyed this book. An interesting twist on fairy tales, with a slight feel of Once Upon A Time, but definitely holds its own. It's a pretty quick read, but kept me wanting to know more. I will be reading the sequel once it's released.


    11. What happens if the closing line to all the princess fairy tales is changed from "and they lived happily everafter" to "and they lived happily in everafter"? There's princesses with amnesia and a wicked foe. What a great premise and the story delivers.


    12. Loved it!! So funny. A must read for a Disney Princess fan that isn't into princesses anymore. Can't wait until book 2! At first it kinda feels like a "Once Upon a Time" (tv show) kind of story.but it's so not. Love love love!


    13. I liked the premise of this, the Grimm princesses are living in a halfway house because of crimes they'd committed. None can remember what happened and who they were, but clues do show up here and there. Snow is the last to arrive and the first to start putting the clues together.


    14. I won this book through a GR giveaway. I entered it because the premise is very interesting: reimagining traditional characters from fairytales always seems like a fun plot. The idea of portraying a princess as a strong and independent woman is smart and breaks the stereotypes that are so often reinforced in these ancient tales. After reading it, I can say that it is indeed a light read and I get why many people enjoy it. However, in my personal view, although I appreciate the author's effort, I [...]


    15. Now why would a older guy be reading Fairy Tales? Especially, about "bad girls" in Fairy Tales? Hey, I remember hearing these stories growing up; I've seen the Disney movies, too!! I loved the way the old characters are re-imagined as modern players, but with the same (or similar) traits, and in a modern (read early 2000's) setting. But these girls are not THOSE girls!!! This read is strictly for adults (ok, one spoiler - Punzie is a stripper/pole dancer! If you want more - READ THE BOOK!!)


    16. Okay, two things. 1. This book is self-published, so it's not as smoothly polished as what you're used to. 2. Yes, it is incredibly reminiscent of "Once Upon A Time", particularly season 1. However, it just so happens that I *adore* OUAT 1, so it really worked for me. This is a fun read that puts an enjoyable spin on the "fairy tales in the real world" trope that's become so popular lately. Certainly worth the couple hours I spent reading it.


    17. Great adult fairytaleBarbara Annino does it again. This is another book that she has written that i couldn't put down. It was playful and funny. I enjoyed trying to figure out which fairytale that each character belonged to and easily got through this book in 2 days. If you're a fan of plot twists and want to read a great story this is the book for you.


    18. DifferentThis was surprising and different. I wasn't sure I would like this but it grabbed me and seeing the princesses being nasty and hatdul was a good twist and finally gwting it together and figuring out what needs to be done. Figuring out each person was fun and I'm ready for the next one in this series


    19. I rate this book 3 1/2 stars. I really had no clue what was going on at first, other than the obvious knock off of fairy tale heroines. I must say the book got better as it went along. An light read, a little marshmallow fluff for your brain! Enjoy!


    20. Fairy Tales, continue!This was a wonderful story. It was fun to see the characters from childhood come to life again. The twists and turns kept me hopping And giggling. Thanks Barbara Amino,


    21. Not your typical fairytale.Wow! When I read the blurb to this book, I just knew that it was a must read. This is not your typical fairytale! It's way more bad ass!! So, without further ado, on to book 2!


    22. Nasty fairytaleOmg what a brilliant book. This is the adult screwed up version of the classic fairy tale. It was screaming awesome


    23. Took me longer to read because I managed to spill an entire bottle of water over it. It was worth the wait. The characters are great. Will definitely read the next book.


    24. Not really a page turner but for a piece of shallow escapism with feisty, kick-ass heroines (and baddies), this was an entertaining read.


    25. Twas good. More please I liked the sass but would have preferred to see. More of snows original personality. Also I had difficulty telling the striper and drunk apart at times


    26. Great twist!!!If you like dark twists you will enjoy this take on the fairy princesses we know! A great fun read!



    27. InterestingIt was very different. I don't know how I feel about this book. I need to read the next part if there is one. Then I can make up my mind. Interesting.



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