The Silver Moon Storybook by Elaine Gunn

Genre: Fiction
Source: Love Books Group
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About The Book

What darkness lies in the past of a little witch, cursed into the shape of a giant? Who will save a magical unicorn, imprisoned for generations in the castle of a tyrant? As the silver moon rises in the sky, an enormous clown and a powerful siren join a humble weaver and other enchanting characters in these haunting tales of illusion, discovery and love.
An exquisitely illustrated bedtime story for the age of #MeToo, The Silver Moon Storybook transforms themes of modern feminism into touching fables full of the magic and shadows of traditional fairy tales.


My Thoughts

I love reading fairy tales, they are not easy to find but they always intrigue me!
In the Silver Moon Storybook we will have 7 magical stories with interesting characters to make any reader mind flow with fantasy.
This will be a perfect book for any young reader’s bed routine or for any adult who wants to be surrounded with fantasy for some time, let’s admit it, sometimes the best way to disconnect is entering to the world of books and in this case you’ll have 7 to choose!
All the stories are connected but each character has their special moment, I am sure you’ll love each of them!
I really liked that the illustrations were colourless, this allows the reader to paint the drawings depending on how the story has affected them, something that I am sure all the readers will love!
Ready to enter to the Silver Moon world?


About The Author

Elaine Gunn has been writing more or less constantly since she first picked up a pencil in primary school. Years of unpublished literary genius languish in handwritten journals, high school English portfolios, corporate banking reports and various awful pitch documents full of impeccably-written digital marketing jargon. Her first published work, The Silver Moon Storybook, is a collection of feminist fairy tales, written as an antidote to the passive princess culture that she became horribly aware of when her children started watching telly.

 

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