The Twelve Days of Stella

The Twelve Days of Stella Phoebe s new stepsister is a bit on the evil harpy side Seems like she lives to make Phoebe s life difficult But is that all there is to Stella Of course not After all every villain is the hero of he

  • Title: The Twelve Days of Stella
  • Author: Tera Lynn Childs
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 185
  • Format: ebook
  • Phoebe s new stepsister is a bit on the evil harpy side Seems like she lives to make Phoebe s life difficult But is that all there is to Stella Of course not After all, every villain is the hero of her own story Story is available on Tera Lynn Childs site teralynnchilds the twelve there are 12 parts, this one links them all

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    1. Twelve Days of Stella The Story: It has been YEARS since I read the O.M.G. books and my memory is as deep as a thimble so I don’t remember the characters much. I do however feel Stella’s struggle. It’s totally relate-able to anyone.

    2. Why called 12 days when only part of one? Anniversary of Stella's mother's death? Simple lesson, finally years after her mother has died, Stella paints again, something they had fun together at. I liked the premise of magic powers and god descendants better in the full length story. Every invented word, power, like "autoported", is italicized. We don't need a special words to know when Stella zaps to the cemetery or Pheoebe makes Skittles rain inside. When cleaning up an accidental shower of Ski [...]

    3. I am SO happy that this short story did not disappoint. After reading "Phoebe's Fair Valentine", I had little expectations for this story. I'm not fully sure if it deserved a full five stars, but it was close enough so that I didn't mind giving it that many stars. I'll be honest; I don't like "Oh. My. Gods.", so I thought I would be stepping into another episode of annoying Phoebe nonsense. Instead, I found Stella. I like Stella SO much better than Phoebe. Stella might be an antagonist in the ac [...]

    4. I really enjoyed getting to see Stella's point of view. Even though I hated her character and I didn't read this until after I finished the series it was nice to get her perspective and history. If you haven't read the series you should, and maybe read this before so you do think Stella is a evil, whining, trollop like I did :)Enjoy the series. I recommend it if you are bored and want something with a mythological twist!

    5. Great insight into Stella, though I wish there was a bit more. Maybe in the next short reading or in the second full length book. A note on this book you can download the title straight from , which I didn't know until I accidentally came across it. It's a 14 page PDF.

    6. I think it made a lot more sense to know the story from Stella's side. After all, it is possible that some bullies are mean because they've been hurt in their lives. I can relate that to a few people I know.

    7. I hope that there are more books in Stella's perspective. It was very interesting. Check out the Oh. My. Gods. series for more on Stella.

    8. I've never hated stella for some reason. And with her POV now i know her better. Awesome! Book 3, please?!?!

    9. A more sympathetic view of Stella than we see on Oh.My.Gods. This gives her back story with her mom and her mom's death.

    10. I really liked getting to see Stella's point of view of things. I haven't read "Goddess Boot Camp" yet, but I can sense a relationship beginning to form.

    11. is amazing and sad because is stella's mother death but is amazing thst stella was able to find her true passion onwhat she liked but especially when it makes her happy

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