Stepsister

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  • Hardcover
  • 352 pages
  • Stepsister
  • Jennifer Donnelly
  • English
  • 07 May 2017
  • 1338268465

About the Author: Jennifer Donnelly

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Stepsister Isabelle should be blissfully happy she s about to win the handsome prince Except Isabelle isn t the beautiful girl who lost the glass slipper and captured the prince s heart She s the ugly stepsister who s cut off her toes to fit into Cinderella s shoe which is now filling with blood.When the prince discovers Isabelle s deception, she is turned away in shame It s no than she deserves she is a plain girl in a world that values beauty a feisty girl in a world that wants her to be pliant.Isabelle has tried to fit in To live up to her mother s expectations To be like her stepsister To be sweet To be pretty One by one, she has cut away pieces of herself in order to survive a world that doesn t appreciate a girl like her And that has made her mean, jealous, and hollow.Until she gets a chance to alter her destiny and prove what ugly stepsisters have always known it takes than heartache to break a girl. New Download Stepsister by Jennifer Donnelly For Kindle ePUB or eBook – lovelylingeriecompany.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Stepsister

  1. Emily May says:

    Everyone said a girl with a strong will would come to a bad end Everyone said a girl s will must be bent to the wishes of those who know what s best for her.Isabelle was young, only sixteen she had not yet learned that Everyone is a fool. First off, I want to say I really enjoyed this book There are so many good things I want to say about it and will , but I also think I have to admit that for the first 25% I thought I was going to love itthan I did The opening is very strong, the wr Everyone said a girl with a strong will would come to a bad end Everyone said a girl s will must be bent to the wishes of those who know what s best for her.Isabelle was young, only sixteen she had not yet learned that Everyone is a fool. First off, I want to say I really enjoyed this book There are so many good things I want to say about it and will , but I also think I have to admit that for the first 25% I thought I was going to love itthan I did The opening is very strong, the writing is gorgeous and highly quotable, and it s got that beautifully eerie dark fairy tale vibe going on I was thinking an easy five stars History books say that kings and dukes and generals start wars Don t believe it We start them, you and I Every time we turn away, keep quiet, stay out of it, behave ourselves. True to the Grimm brothers version of Cinderella, the book opens at the end of the tale we know with the stepsisters mutilating their own feet to attempt to fit the glass slipper Of course, thi...

  2. Chaima ✨ شيماء says:

    This book is a bold, subversive and startingly original reclamation of one of literature s most reviled women which, by recasting Cinderella s evil stepsister as a hero in her own right, illuminates a known story from a new evolving and multifaceted perspective while eking out depth and redemption and seamlessly grafting concepts of self discovery and identity to an unrepentant celebration of kindness, courage and forgiveness Me, completely imm...

  3. Lola says:

    This is not a pretty fairytale The story isn t pretty The world isn t pretty The characters aren t pretty Even the magic isn t pretty.It s not a story that will make you dream a thousand beautiful dreams of happily ever afters I m not saying the contrary applies that it will give you a thousand nightmares in which you die a thousand different deaths but it is indeed DARK.I liked it a lot I believe the world and the stories in it do not need to be one thing only They can be good and evil, This is not a pretty fairytale The story isn t pretty The world isn t pretty The characters aren t pretty Even the magic isn t pretty.It s not a story that wi...

  4. Nilufer Ozmekik says:

    5 ugliest, wittiest, fantastic, anti fairy tale, bravest ,strongest, applause to the strength of women, Hell yeah stars Retellings crash into art of war doctrines, feminism thesis and here s an amazing, smartly written fantasy book You never thought that you could love this new version of Cinderella story You already knew the old version of fairy tale before Grimm Brothers rule the stories with their honest reality, the beautiful ones are always kind, good hearted, vulnerable and their faces a 5 ugliest, wittiest, fantastic, anti fairy tale, bravest ,strongest, applause to the strength of women, Hell yeah stars Retellings crash into art of war doctrines, feminism thesis and here s an amazing, smartly written fantasy book You never thought that you could love this new version of Cinderella story You already knew the old version of fairy tale before Grimm Brothers rule the stories with their honest reality, the beautiful ones are always kind, g...

  5. Jasmine from How Useful It Is says:

    I started reading Stepsister on 4 19 2019 and finished it on 4 23 2019 This fairy tale retelling is an excellent read I like that it started out with the Cinderella story and expanded further after Cinderella went off to her happily ever after I love that this story focus on the stepsister s perspectives of how it all ...

  6. Phoebe Jeziel says:

    Kind of want to read this, but am simutaniously annoyed at how this story is being marketed as if Cinderella wasn t feminist to begin with My homegirl survived an abusive household, became queen, snagged herself someone who truly loves her and showe...

  7. Mary S. R. says:

    I mean, when you say a feminist retelling of the darker versions of Cinderella you should know that now you pretty much own my pocket and also all the money in it Seriously Here It s all yours Stepsister takes up where Cinderella s tale ends We meet Isabelle, the younger of Cinderella s two stepsisters.Ella is considered beautiful stepsister Isabelle is not Isabelle is fearless, brave, and strong willed She fences better than any boy, and takes her stallion over jumps that grown men I mean, when you say a feminist retelling of the darker versi...

  8. Hollis says:

    Holy shit, guys, this book is flying under the radar right now but it shouldn t be History books say that kings and dukes and generals start wars Don t believe it We start them, you and I Every time we turn away, keep quiet, stay out it, behave ourselves.I was completely unprepared for how quickly, and how hard, I would fall in love with STEPSISTER This book immediately opens up with a warning about how this is a darker take on the well known tale and it is definitely that But it s not clo Holy shit, guys, this book is flying under the radar right now but it shouldn t be History books say that kings and dukes and generals start wars Don t believe it We start them, you and I Every time we turn away, keep quiet, stay out it, behave ourselves.I was completely unprepared for how quickly, and how hard, I would fall in love with STEPSISTER This book immediately opens up with a warning about how this is a darker take on the well known tale and it is definitely that But it s not close your eyes and hide under the cover scary it s just hammer...

  9. Sophia Triad says:

    Go now, girl Remake the world I never really liked Cinderella.Review pending

  10. Cortney LaScola - The Bookworm, Myrtle Beach says:

    It took me a little while to get into it, but I LOVED THIS BOOK The message is so important, so relevant, and it had me in tearsthan once The author did such a wonderful job making the point that not every girl is the same, and we shouldn t all JUST want to be liked and pretty we re so muchthan that This sentiment is beaten into our heads from the day we can understand, and it shouldn t be that way Not any.Not only is it a beloved story we all grew up knowing, it shows a d It took me a little while to get into it, but I LOVED THIS BOOK The message is so important, so relevant, and it had me in tearsthan once The author did such a wonderful job making the point that not every girl is...