The Snow White Files (The Twisted Files, #1)

The Snow White Files The Twisted Files Brendan Hunter is a private investigator stuck on dead end cases until seven dwarves show up in his office and offer him a King s ransom to track down a missing girl Their description of Lily Whitaker

  • Title: The Snow White Files (The Twisted Files, #1)
  • Author: Sonya M. Black
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Brendan Hunter is a private investigator stuck on dead end cases until seven dwarves show up in his office and offer him a King s ransom to track down a missing girl Their description of Lily Whitaker sparks his imagination, leading him into the dark world of twisted fairy tales, magical machinations, and political gambits

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    1. This was part of Qwillery's grouping and has been eliminated. I've read a few fairy tale retellings and to be honest, they never really clicked with me. I was hesitant to start this because I didn't know what to expect, and I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked it. Plot: Brendan is a private investigator, a dwarf, and has a father who is the head of the Mage's Council. He mostly works on small-time stuff, trying his best to stay out of politics and take on bigger cases that might draw [...]

    2. This was an enjoyable twist on the fairy tale Snow White. I liked the main character Brendan, and his partner Stasia (a shapeshifter!) was awesome. Detective stories are a favorite of mine, even more so when fairy tales are involved. I definitely recommend it to readers who enjoy detective stories and fairy tales.

    3. I wasn't sure going into this whether or not I would enjoy the story, The blurb seemed interesting but I've never read Sonya Black before so I wasn't sure. But since I could borrow the book for free and it has a fairy tale premises and everything I was like why not. And I'm glad I did. This was a quick paced, engaging read I'm glad I stumbled across. I liked the plot, the characters were interesting and the climax held my attention completely. There was drama, romance (which wasn't the focus of [...]

    4. A well-crafted story that balances the serious drama of criminal investigations against magical fairytale elements. The setting does a great job of fitting these magical races into the world without having them dominate the plot. What we end up with is a very believable world, complete with a swat team throwing around magic instead of flashbangs for their breach and clear.Brendan's character makes for a good view-point. He feels like a real character who doesn't just fall into his destined fairy [...]

    5. Interesting take on the tale of Snow WhiteNot a bad book, but passing on the rest of the series.I prefer books that I can't put down

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