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In Storybrooke, Maine, Emma Swan and Mary Margaret Blanchard are friends and roommates. They're united in their mission to make life better for Henry, Emma's young son, who has been raised by Storybrooke's vicious mayor, Regina Mills. Henry is convinced that Mary Margaret and Emma are more than just roommates, however. He believes they're family-mother and daughter fairy-tale characters exiled from their enchanted forest by an evil curse. And he's right: Mary Margaret is Snow White, and Emma is her daughter.

In this companion book to the hit ABC television show Once Upon A Time, Emma and Snow tell their own stories, in their own words, for the first time. With Emma relating her time in Storybrooke and Snow narrating the events of fairytale land, present and future fans of the show will get a whole new look at their favorite characters and stories.
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"From the inventive minds of Lost executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis, the show is a bold new imagining of the world where fairy tales and the modern world collide: 28-year-old Emma Swan is shocked when Henry, the son she gave up, shows up on her doorstep after 10 years in desperate need of her help. He believes she actually comes from an alternate world and is Snow White and Prince Charming's missing daughter. According to his book of fairytales, they sent Emma away to protect her from the Evil Queen's curse, which trapped the fairy tale world frozen in time and brought them into our modern world. Emma is skeptical, but when she brings Henry back to his hometown of Storybrook, she is drawn to this boy and his strange story, soon suspecting that the town is more than it seems. It's a place where magic has been forgotten, but is still powerfully close; where fairytale characters are alive, even though they don't remember who they once were. The epic battle for the future of all worlds is beginning, but for good to win, Emma will have to accept her destiny and join the fight."


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Save Your Money 8 mai 2013
Par Chris T. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I was so excited when I saw that a Once Upon a Time book was coming out. I bought the Kindle edition on the day it was released. I finished reading it a little while ago and I have to say that I'm hugely disappointed. I wanted to like it. I really did. I love the show, but I should have passed on this book.

I thought this book would give us a chance to get inside our favorite characters' heads a little bit more. Time constraints with a show make it hard to fit everything in, and I thought maybe with a book we would get some expanded scenes or maybe even a few new scenes. But, no. It turns out that, in this book at least, no one thinks, speaks, or acts in any way beyond what you see in the show. THERE IS NOTHING NEW HERE!

The book follows the basic storyline from the show, but it is told exclusively from Emma's and Snow White/Mary Margaret's points of view. That means there are some pretty big holes left in the story. The author uses Henry to fill in some of those holes, but there are a lot of stories that are left out completely.

Save the money you would have spent on this book and put it towards buying the DVDs or Blu-ray discs because this book is just not worth it. With this book, you're pretty much just reading the dialogue and you can do that by turning on the subtitles on your DVD.
23 internautes sur 24 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Bad retelling 13 juin 2013
Par Sarah - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I tend to not be very harsh in my opinion of books usually, but in this case.
I'm a HUGE fan of the show, it's my favorite! So I was extremely excited when they announced the book.
It was a major disappointment. I didn't mind that it was told exclusively from Snow White/Mary Margaret and Emma's point of view, so of course some things would be left out because of that limitation. I was hoping that we might get some deleted scenes from the show in it and more insight into their thoughts. There was nothing new as far as scenes. She reworked the dialogue in most of the scenes, and while it worked all right for the parts in our world, the ones she wrote for Fairy Tale Land were TERRIBLE. They felt awkward and nothing like what the characters as we know them would speak. And as far as insight I didn't really get anything from the book that I hadn't gotten from the show.
This is one of those rare occasions where I'm going to tell you to watch the tv show/movie rather than read the book.
8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A Very Biased and Limited Viewpoint 1 août 2013
Par Alexandra C. Parvaz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
Here's why I feel like no one had any business officially novelizing Once Upon A Time.

We start off with these characters who we are free to interpret any way we want to and a storyline we are free to find our own place in. Some of us watch our favorite character dominate the screen for us. Some of us root for a favorite pairing more than any one character. Some of us root for a group of characters throughout. Personally, for me, Regina IS Once Upon A Time. How much I love an episode can basically be measured by how many seconds she's on screen multiplied by the number of seconds she's talking multiplied by the number of seconds she feels loved and/or happy. Everything else is at best a really good subplot and at most "go away, get off my screen to make room for Regina". I know there are other fans who feel the same way about Rumpelstiltskin, or Emma, or Ruby, or even Belle. Once is a show full of flawed heros and complicated villains that some fans adore more than the writers intended for us to and as a result end up disliking some or all of the heroes.

The show we know and love has as many angles and dimensions as it has fans. Some people interpret Regina's murder of Graham as callous, some feel she did it out of pain being abandoned one more time, some feel she did it to protect the curse and had no choice. Some see Hook as the sympathetic product of a poor upbringing and a tragic love story, others see him as a walking rape joke. I could go on and on. There is literally not enough room here for me to go over the different ways people perceive even the most subtle actions of the characters.

And then this writer decides to "officially" go into our beloved characters heads and tell us that what they think is going on there is what we're supposed to be seeing on the show? As a hardcore OUAT fan and especially as a diehard evil regal, I cannot imagine anything more irritating. No novel could possibly stay true to the show unless it found a way to just be a direct rewrite of what happened and who said and did what without getting too far in depth. Clearly, that isn't what this person is doing. Especially since they added in new scenes and new dialogue that was not part of the show and are not part of most of our headcanons and shouldn't have to be. No. There are fanfiction writers who do a better job of staying true to the show.
17 internautes sur 20 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Just a (bad) recap of the series 2 juin 2013
Par DC_native - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I was hoping that it might have additional insight - like pointing out details that you might not have noticed while watching the show. Instead, it's just a poor summary of the series. It doesn't even tell the side stories - just those related to Snow White, Prince Charming, Emma, and Henry (I can't remember if they cover Rumple or Regina's past stories). I only skimmed it before returning it, but that was my impression. I recommend putting the money towards buying a DVD of the actual shows.
8 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
One Star + Spoilers follow 26 juillet 2013
Par Andromeda - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I was so excited to read this book but was very disappointed. Its a basic recap of Mary Margaret and Emma's story without going into anymore detail or new information. It would have been fun to read more about what they were thinking and feeling in each situation. For it to into more detail to the events we saw Snow White's time in the woods, her friendship with Dwarves, even Mary Margaret and Emma's growing friendship. There were so many places there could have been more. Instead it really just highlights every situation. The scenes for the most part were so flat, it felt more like they were being checked off a list.
The author changed many of the lines which annoyed me most were changed for the worse not the better. There were also parts that the author got completely wrong. The biggest one being at the end when Emma climbs out of the elevator after slaying the dragon, she runs to the hospital and sees that's were Regina ran off to. That didn't happen Regina was tied to a chair by Gold, the two were about to run off to find Gold when they both got the call from the hospital and ran off together to the hospital. I'm not sure how the author got that wrong. I'm really disappointed, this book could have been so much better.
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