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UnEnchanted (An Unfortunate Fairy Tale Book 1) (English Edition) par [Hahn, Chanda]
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Mina Grime is unlucky, unpopular and uncoordinated; until she saves her crush's life on a field trip, changing her High School status from loser to hero overnight. But with her new found fame brings misfortune in the form of an old family curse come to light. For Mina is descended from the Brothers Grimm and has inherited all of their unfinished fairy tale business. Which includes trying to outwit a powerful Story from making her it's next fairytale victim.

To break the fairy tale curse on her family and make these deadly occurrences stop, Mina must finish the tales until the very Grimm end.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 545 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 235 pages
  • Editeur : Chanda Hahn; Édition : 4th Edition (27 novembre 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B006ROK1UM
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Par christelle le 30 décembre 2015
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petit cadeau que je me suis offert, une lecture en langue anglaise...pour me perfectionner dans cette langue étrangère? j'espère que d'autres suivront !
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HASH(0x9426dae0) étoiles sur 5 Disappointing... 21 janvier 2013
Par Crystal R. Sherman - Publié sur
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A very, very weak 1.5 stars for this book.

I was sorely disappointed upon reading this, but it looks like a lot of my friends are running into disappointing books this week. The premise behind the story of Mina Grime had all of the workings of a great, engaging story, but it was not delivered.

Mina-- a descendent of the Brothers Grimm-- has inherited her family curse that has killed all the members of the Grimm family up until this point, a wager made between Wilhem and Jacob and the Fae that causes them to have to work through 200 fairy tales before they die, and the Fae will not interfere with the human world. For those who know the Grimm versions of the stories, they do not often have happy endings. The original Grimms completed 190. Mina's father was only able to complete 10. When the Story places it's eyes on Mina, she must pick up from the very beginning and fight her way through the tales in order to keep the curse from hurting her mother, now widowed, and her younger brother.

Everything about that drew me in. I wanted to read this story. It was something unique that I thought I would enjoy, but instead I found this:

A poorly and practically unedited story. For a Kindle freebie this may be commonplace, but sentences such as "The DJ was is" or "out in her" are just inexcusable for any kind of published... well, anything. It was a major draw back as this was something that occurred so often it was jarring. If it was not words that did not make sense, it was run on sentences or misplaced commas.

Cookie cutter characters. Mina, the "heroine", was so self depreciating she spent the entire book feeling she was nothing, hiding from attention, feeling like she was not good enough, and waiting for people to save her. Brody, her "prince", is rich, hot, and doesn't care about money or the fact Mina is extremely poor, unpopular and awkward. He sits with her for hours, buys her a new cell phone the first week they are dating, picks her up in limos. Anything that they fight about he accepts as his fault and showers her with pretty words and gifts, an is protective to a fault. Her best friend Nan is nonstop loyalty and fun. All the characters fit their roles so perfectly that they are FLAWLESS, and not relatable or realistic in any sense. I could not stand this.

Predictable, predictable, predictable.

I really am disappointed because I wanted to like this book and I just didn't.
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HASH(0x944347e0) étoiles sur 5 Literally RAN for the next book 14 juin 2012
Par Brandy N. Oliver - Publié sur
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I was reclining in a lawn chair when I finished Unenchanted. I had been under the impression it was a "one-shot" story. As I neared the end and saw the story was going to leave so much hanging I started to get disappointed. Then the recommendations page at the end of the e-book told me there was another.
I jumped up, ran across the yard and connected to wireless so I could order it!

This story was very different and I really enjoyed it. I normally don't read series, and probably wouldn't have started this one if I'd known it was one. I'm glad I didn't pay enough attention!

Oh, and yes, there were a couple of misspelled words and other errors, but so what? They were minor and didn't make the book difficult to read or understand. I've read plenty of books that were the same way. And to be honest, I'm so hooked that I'd rather get to read the next book with a few grammatical mistakes than have to wait for fifty people to creep through it with a fine tooth comb!
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HASH(0x944384c8) étoiles sur 5 full of errors, disappointing all around 26 juin 2012
Par Heather M - Publié sur
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I hate leaving negative reviews, but in this case, I feel like I have to speak up. I do not do this to cause hurt feelings - I appreciate that this book represents the writer's time and effort. But if time and effort were all it took for a book to be great, I wouldn't be writing a single-star review.

The idea of the book may have been interesting, and it's certainly timely, with tv shows and movies based on fairy tales popular right now. I can see why this sort of story came to the writer's mind. But an interesting premise is not enough. A good story requires well-drawn characters. None of the characters here have any real depth. They're shallowly-drawn; mere caricatures. They are unrealistic and uninteresting. Their voices are nearly interchangeable. When the point of view changes (as it does, repeatedly, without warning or need), it's actually difficult to determine whose perspective is given.

I tried to get past the undeveloped characters in the hopes that the idea itself would carry the book along, but I finally had to put the book (or rather, my Kindle) down. I could not finish reading.

Because no matter how good your idea is, the story you tell is NOT good when it's full of errors. And sadly, UnEnchanted is riddled with them. And I'm not talking about nitpicky little things that only an English teacher who loves red ink too much would find. I'm talking about errors that would have been caught by a run of grammar-check and spell-check on the author's computer. For example, the word "maked" appears around 15% of the way through. Or rather, that not-word. Even here on Amazon's review page, it's flagged as incorrect as I type. That was the last straw for me. For that, and similar errors throughout the first section of this book, there really is no defense.

If you're reading this, Ms. Hahn, I strongly suggest you do some research into the rules of written English. Buy a copy of Strunk & White's Elements of Style. Study it. Then write some more. Run spell-check. Then proofread, carefully. Find someone who can edit your writing. Take the time to get it right. Then, and only then, maybe you'll be able to take a good idea and turn it into a good story. I wish you luck.
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HASH(0x9426d5d0) étoiles sur 5 Great Concept, So-So Execution 2 mai 2012
Par Victoria P - Publié sur
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I gave this book three stars because I thought that the idea behind it was great and a nice change from the usual. The overall story was good.

Had the concept not been so great, though, I probably would've only rated it at 1 or 2 stars. The number of errors in spelling, grammar and punctuation jarred me out of the story repeatedly.
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HASH(0x94455c30) étoiles sur 5 kudos to self published authors 18 janvier 2012
Par Mandy - Publié sur
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As i read this book, i felt like i was in the story, living the fairy tales with Mina. I have seen reviews of this book on ibooks (which is at number two in sales) some people have mentioned the spelling errors and I recognized these as well, but I also recognize that this book is self published, which I think is a bold move seeing once you self publish a book you have to really sell it well to get backed by an agent. Let me just say that JK Rowling wrote her books on napkins and now has her books as movies. This is the next big thing,this Unenchanted series.
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