Grimm's Anew: A Quintet of Fairy Tales Rewritten For Adults of the Modern Age

Grimm s Anew A Quintet of Fairy Tales Rewritten For Adults of the Modern Age A Quintet of Fairy Tales Rewritten For Adults of the Modern Age Featuring a liberal mixture of the sexual and the horrific this is the perfect collection of short stories for readers with a unique no

  • Title: Grimm's Anew: A Quintet of Fairy Tales Rewritten For Adults of the Modern Age
  • Author: PeterJohnson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A Quintet of Fairy Tales Rewritten For Adults of the Modern Age Featuring a liberal mixture of the sexual and the horrific this is the perfect collection of short stories for readers with a unique, nostalgic bend Approx 15,000 words.

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    1 thought on “Grimm's Anew: A Quintet of Fairy Tales Rewritten For Adults of the Modern Age”

    1. *SPOILER ALERT*Yes - one star. I speed-read the five stories, and am still shaking my headThey were poorly written, probably not meant to be funny, but hilarious sub-porn retellings of fairytales nonetheless.* Brigitta - A jacked-up version of Snow White and seven fucking dwarves, who are into S&M.* Rapunzel - After briefly going at it like rabbits, the H/h are hurled out of the tower window to their deaths. The end. * Hansel and Gretel - Step-siblings getting it on, where cunnilingus turns [...]

    2. Nothing spectacular about these fairy tale retellings, but cute nevertheless ;-) The quintet is made up out of 'Briggitta, The Snow White Princess', 'Rapunzel', ‘Hansel and Gretel', 'Cinderella' and 'Bluebeard'. All retellings are only slightly erotic and only 'Hansel and Gretel' is, as the description of the bundle says, a little bit ‘horrific’ as well at the end. But one can still read the retelling of ‘Hansel and Gretel’ with a smile, as after all, it too is only a fairy tale :-)

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