(EBOOK / KINDLE) Opal by Kristina Wojtaszek AUTHOR Kristina Wojtaszek


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    read & download Opal by Kristina Wojtaszek (EBOOK / KINDLE) Opal by Kristina Wojtaszek AUTHOR Kristina Wojtaszek Kristina Wojtaszek Ú 0 characters WowI'll admit first off that the fantasy genre isn't my usual genre of choice After reading Opal however I may be rethinking my selectionsKristina Wojtaszek does a beautiful job of blending two worlds together Her descriptions leave you breathless I awoke several times that night shivering in my tomb as tears of ice fell o

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    Kristina Wojtaszek Ú 0 characters read & download Þ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ú Kristina Wojtaszek read & download Opal by Kristina Wojtaszek In this retelling of the classic Snow White tale the daughter of an owl is forced into human shape by a wizard who’s come to guide her from

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    (EBOOK / KINDLE) Opal by Kristina Wojtaszek AUTHOR Kristina Wojtaszek I read this tale when it was included in an anthology A Winter's Enchantment a mesmerizing assortment of three festive holiday fantasy novellas penned by authors who were all new to me at the time I picked it up Anthologies are normally hard for me to review as it’s difficult to assign one rating to a collection where I normally feel differently about the included stories Happily that was not the case with this anthology as I a

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    (EBOOK / KINDLE) Opal by Kristina Wojtaszek AUTHOR Kristina Wojtaszek Kristina Wojtaszek Ú 0 characters Oh this is lovelyTwo characters one a lost Fae girl who grew up as an owlet one a human price running away from an abusive father narrate intertwining tales of love and magic in this retelling of Snow White It's sweet and there are some clever turns that I didn't see comingI started this book just after watching Stranger Things so my brain decided to imagine the owlet and Dugald as Eleven and Hopper and I can't recommend that Highly enjoy

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    (EBOOK / KINDLE) Opal by Kristina Wojtaszek AUTHOR Kristina Wojtaszek read & download Opal by Kristina Wojtaszek This review can also be found on YA Fantastic Book ReviewThis is the story of an owl who is changed into a girl wh

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    (EBOOK / KINDLE) Opal by Kristina Wojtaszek AUTHOR Kristina Wojtaszek read & download Þ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ú Kristina Wojtaszek Kristina Wojtaszek Ú 0 characters A retwisting of the classic Snow White tale in which the daughter of a snow owl must find her own identity while unraveling the story of her parents and her peopleOpal set itself apart from others by its premise and its vivid imagery The main character is an animal transformed into a human just as her journey to the truth begins Normally in a fairy tale getting turned into an animal is a curse the protagonist has to overcome by br

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    (EBOOK / KINDLE) Opal by Kristina Wojtaszek AUTHOR Kristina Wojtaszek It's not often that I read a book and feel like I am Discovering a Major New Talent but this is the experience I had reading Kristina Wojtaszek's shimmering and atmospheric novella A highly imaginative re telling of the Snow White story there

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    Kristina Wojtaszek Ú 0 characters read & download Þ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ú Kristina Wojtaszek (EBOOK / KINDLE) Opal by Kristina Wojtaszek AUTHOR Kristina Wojtaszek I received a copy of Opal from World Weaver Press at no charge in exchange for an honest reviewYou know you are reading a good book when you find yourself tearing up at the beginning purely because the story is so beautifully written Rarely has an author caused my eyes to leak unrelated to the story's events but somehow

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    read & download Opal by Kristina Wojtaszek (EBOOK / KINDLE) Opal by Kristina Wojtaszek AUTHOR Kristina Wojtaszek read & download Þ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ú Kristina Wojtaszek An owlet waiting for her mother to return is found by a wizard and changed into a human girl The girl unused to two legs speech and of course being human is set on a journey to discover the truth about her origins and heritage Paralleling the owl girl’s story is the story of Androw a boy who goes into the forest to escape his abusive father and perhaps find the Fae of his mother’s stories Both are fascinated by a woman whose s

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Opal by Kristina Wojtaszek

Kristina Wojtaszek Ú 0 characters Opal by Kristina Wojtaszek review ã 100 Deep within the Dark Woods of the Fae seeking the truth in tales and salvation in the eyes of a snowy hare But many years have passed since the snowy hare turned to woman and the woman winged away on the winds of a winter storm leaving Androw prisoner behind walls of his own making a prison that will hold him forever unless the daughter of an owl can save h. I received a copy of Opal from World Weaver Press at no charge in exchange for an honest reviewYou know you are reading a good book when you find yourself tearing up at the beginning purely because the story is so beautifully written Rarely has an author caused my eyes to leak unrelated to the story s events but somehow Kristina Wojtaszek manages to best choose the precise words that flow together and convey description and emotion with sheer perfection I feel clumsy even trying to express my opinion adeuately about her writing like a gnat might feel when telling an owl how how majestic she is There s some serious author worship going on over here guysOpal gives readers two perspectives and two moments in time throughout the book The difference in the when confused me for a while which was likely due to the teaser on the back cover of the book As it turns out the many years have passed line doesn t really come into play until the end of the book Don t worry folks this isn t a spoiler The teaser itself actually ends up being the spoiler and is really the only thing about this book that I don t much likeOne of the biggest triumphs that I saw in Opal was that Wojtaszek so competently wove together a progression of the owl girl s thoughts and actions the reader can watch and take part in her transformation from animal mindset focused on instinct and simplicity to the human mindset that encompasses a pursuit of knowledge an establishment of trust and love of others and a budding sense of humor Her changes are palpable although not overstated and were this a longer book likely would have continued to be just as interesting and endearing My one wish for Opal is that it were much much longer because I could read Kristina Wojtaszek s writing for thousands of pages and still feel a gluttonous desire for This is a book that I highly recommend reading then when you re done with Opal jump right into Char the next book in the Fae of Fire and Stone series Thankfully Char was just released in April so you can get a good fix of Wojtaszek s exuisite fantasy and fairy tale writing before the next Really Long Time between novellas Check out my review of Char and the Book Spotlight and Giveaway for a chance to win a copy of Char for yourselfThis review was first published on Moonlight Gleam Reviews

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Kristina Wojtaszek Ú 0 characters Opal by Kristina Wojtaszek review ã 100 White as snow stained with blood her talons black as ebony In this retwisting of the classic Snow White tale the daughter of an owl is forced into human shape by a wizard who’s come to guide her from her wintry tundra home down to the colorful world of men and Fae and the father she’s never known She struggles with her human shape and grieves for her dead. I read this tale when it was included in an anthology A Winter s Enchantment a mesmerizing assortment of three festive holiday fantasy novellas penned by authors who were all new to me at the time I picked it up Anthologies are normally hard for me to review as it s difficult to assign one rating to a collection where I normally feel differently about the included stories Happily that was not the case with this anthology as I absolutely loved each of the stories and didn t want to put any of them down once I d started reading them OPAL Being an owl was simple It was survival An owl thinks only fly hunt breed live People think and wonder and dream and speak of it all White as snow stained with blood her talons black as ebonyThis is a fresh and exciting fractured retwisting of the classic Snow White fairytale as the daughter of an owl is forced into a human shape by a wizard Meanwhile Androw a Prince is caught in a Fae made spell and only the daughter of an owl can save him I have been horribly remiss in writing my review of this wonderful set of stories as this was truly a magical beautifully written paranormal collection one that I would read again I hope to check out other works by these same authors soonMy full review is published at Reading Between the Wines Book Club Please check it out there

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Kristina Wojtaszek Ú 0 characters Opal by Kristina Wojtaszek review ã 100 Mother a mother whose past she must unravel if men and Fae are to live peacefully togetherTrapped in a Fae made spell Androw waits for the one who can free him A boy raised to be king he sought refuge from his abusive father in the Fae tales his mother spun When it was too much to bear he ran away dragging his anger and guilt with him pursuing shadowy trails. Oh this is lovelyTwo characters one a lost Fae girl who grew up as an owlet one a human price running away from an abusive father narrate intertwining tales of love and magic in this retelling of Snow White It s sweet and there are some clever turns that I didn t see comingI started this book just after watching Stranger Things so my brain decided to imagine the owlet and Dugald as Eleven and Hopper and I can t recommend that Highly enjoyableThis isn t my favorite subgenre of fantasy and the sometimes large paragraphs of text with little breaks was daunting to my ADHD There s not the pages and pages of witty dialogue that I usually love to read Despite this I didn t struggle to read it I could have read it in one sitting if life hadn t kept interrupting me Maybe it was the easy style of writing or the fun way the stories switched back and forth almost every other page I don t know I just know I liked it

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  • Opal by Kristina Wojtaszek
  • Kristina Wojtaszek
  • English
  • 13 April 2018
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