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The Grimm Curse Trilogy

The Grimm Curse Trilogy From the creator of NBC s acclaimed Grimm series Stephen Carpenter presents the entire Grimm Curse origin saga collected in one volume along with special Author s Notes about the creation and develo

  • Title: The Grimm Curse Trilogy
  • Author: Stephen Carpenter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • From the creator of NBC s acclaimed Grimm series, Stephen Carpenter presents the entire Grimm Curse origin saga collected in one volume, along with special Author s Notes about the creation and development of the series Beginning with Once Upon A Time Is Now, and including The Girl In The Red Hoodie, and Snow White, this collection follows Jake Grimm from troubled teen toFrom the creator of NBC s acclaimed Grimm series, Stephen Carpenter presents the entire Grimm Curse origin saga collected in one volume, along with special Author s Notes about the creation and development of the series Beginning with Once Upon A Time Is Now, and including The Girl In The Red Hoodie, and Snow White, this collection follows Jake Grimm from troubled teen to manhood as he discovers his destiny and battles the harrowing creatures from the Grimm Tales It s all the Grimm you ll ever need, in one book.

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    1. I thought that it was a very good book, and that the concept was very creative. I loved this book so much.

    2. Fairy tales hold a special place in many people's lives, but most don't give too much credence to what the tales tell. But in The Grimm Curse Trilogy by Stephen Carpenter, what's portrayed in the tales is of the utmost importance to survival.To read this, and other book reviews, visit my website: makinggoodstories.wordpress/.Jake Grimm has spend the first 14 years of his life away from any real family, not even knowing that he has an uncle still living in a small town in Oregon. When Jake is fin [...]

    3. I was intrigued by this, mainly because I love the show Grimm, and wanted to see how Stephen Carpenter originally conceived of the story before the Hollywood writers got their hands on it. Well, I'm very glad the Hollywood writers did get their hands on it. The premise of the Grimm curse works much better as played out on TV than in this book.Though maybe I'm unfair in comparing the book to the TV show. So let's take the show out of the equation. This book was really three novellas telling three [...]

    4. These aren't your childhood storiesI got this book because I am a fan of the television series, Grimm. Then as I started reading it I realized that it wasn't exactly like the series, but it had a certain style to it that was appealing to my taste in supernatural/horror stories. The hero is a bit reluctant to take on the mantle of a hunter of the Others, but he does because it is his destiny. Now I have a problem with the hero being a teenager, who is way smarter than an adult in the story. In th [...]

    5. Two/thirds OKI enjoyed the first two novellas. I appreciated the attempt to update the stories, but I think adding as much bloody gore as possible was more fun for the author than it was for this reader. I think the author wasn't able to escape writing his characters as cliches, however; and perhaps that wasn't his intent. Does every young hero in the making have to start out tall and skinny and wind up with the body of a superhero? But those aren't the cliches which really irked me. The third n [...]

    6. The Grimm Curse TrilogyThe first story seemed a bit amateurish which I thought was rather surprising considering Stephen Carpenter's background. I'm not sure if it's just the first time he tried his hand at YA novels or what (i have not read his other series). The series does get a bit better if you have patience. However the final book seemed to end rather abruptly. There is not a huge amount of character development aside from repeating what has been said about the characters in previous books [...]

    7. Didn't know who this author was or that he was connected in anyway with the TV show. I've never watched it either though I just might after reading this book.It's a story of Jake Grimm - last living descendant of the the Brothers Grimm - only he doesn't know it yet. It centres around Jake finding out who he is and what he has to learn/do to replace his uncle Eustace as "the Huntsman" keeping all the faeries in check, cause they ain't no tales, they are real.I loved this. It's supernatural and fu [...]

    8. I had previously read the middle story of this trilogy "Girl in the Red Hoodie" all on its own and didn't really like it. I made some crack in my review about vampires which really was just a catch-all for fantasy/Otherworldly creatures. After being questioned about my review, I discovered to my surprize that there were two other parts to the story, and, though I love the TV series Grimm, I hadn't made the connection with Stephen Carpenter, its writer. Suffice it to say, after having read "Hoodi [...]

    9. I was very happy to read The Girl in the Red Hoodie and Grimm Curse: Snow White after enjoying the first tale Once Upon a Time is Now. I was not disappointed! Red Hoodie gave a great perspective of what the creature was thinking and feeling. The unusual twist to the Snow White story which I won't give away was very interesting and original. I do hope Stephen Carpenter writes some more installments because I would love to go on more adventures with Jake and Madeleine.

    10. Accomplishes what it sets out to doIn other words, would definitely be suitable and appealing to preteen boys. As a middle-aged mom, I didn't hate it. I found parts of it fun and interesting. But, too juvenile for me. Surprise, surprise.DISCLAIMER: I only read the first of the trilogy, "Once Upon A Time Is Now."

    11. AwesomeI really like the awesome twists and bends to the classic fairly tales the 3 stories made! I can say these are modernly awesome with a classic base fairly tales just what I like!

    12. This was amazing! Three short stories about the idea of fighting things that came from fairy tales. I would suggest it to anyone who enjoys watching the TV series Grimm or anyone who enjoys reading fairy tale parodies or twisted fairy tales.

    13. Meh. Great premise (as others have pointed out, it's VERY similar to the premise of the TV series; I haven't cared enough to dig to try to find out if one is based on the other officially or not, or which came first), but I wasn't at all impressed with the actual writing.

    14. I enjoyed the three stories. I wish the stories were longer. Don't know if Grimm is still on or not. If so would defiantly want to watch.

    15. Fairly good. I can see where the concept of Grimm comes in. The story is a quick, easy read. Character development is slow, but steady and reveals growth in "real" time.

    16. I enjoyed all of the trilogy and could not put my kindle down. I would love to see more from Carpenter in the future.

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