👩 Rebecca hasn’t seen her father since she was six. All she knows about him is that he was a well-loved children’s TV star. When a journalist turns up at her office, asking about her father, Rebecca starts looking for answers. That’s when she discovers a book of fairy tales written by her father and dedicated to her. Could these stories help her unlock the mystery of her father, the lost storyteller?
❤️ I liked:
🧚 The fairy tales. I loved the idea even before starting the book. Then I began reading these beautiful fairytales woven throughout the plot, and that was it. I loved them: they are so fascinating and engaging. The author would be an amazing fairy tale writer, believe me!
✍️ The writing. Very descriptive, it really caught my attention and made me feel I was inside the book. The descriptions were so vivid that I could almost see what the characters were seeing.
👩 Rebecca and her research. When she finds the book of fairy tales, she starts reading and looks for hidden clues that lead to her father. It’s like going back in time, it brings back painful memories, but it also helps her move forward.
⭐⭐⭐⭐ 4/5 The fairy tales, the writing, the quest… this is really a magical book. It’s about love, storytelling, the power of imagination, childhood and adulthood. Thanks to #netgalley for the ARC.