Henry, The Gaoler

Henry The Gaoler Imagine if Rapunzel s parents were Edwardian preppers Hazel s parents saw the sinking of the Titanic as a portent of doom and locked their daughter away Isolated and alone each birthday she wish

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  • Title: Henry, The Gaoler
  • Author: A.W. Exley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Imagine if Rapunzel s parents were Edwardian preppers Hazel s parents saw the 1912 sinking of the Titanic as a portent of doom and locked their daughter away Isolated and alone, each birthday she wishes to be free, whatever the risk If only her childhood friend Henry would return and breach the high walls.On the frontlines of the Great War, Henry kept a token of hap Imagine if Rapunzel s parents were Edwardian preppersHazel s parents saw the 1912 sinking of the Titanic as a portent of doom and locked their daughter away Isolated and alone, each birthday she wishes to be free, whatever the risk If only her childhood friend Henry would return and breach the high walls.On the frontlines of the Great War, Henry kept a token of happier times a worn photograph of a young girl with long blonde plaits He returns from war damaged and vowing to do one brave thing to make up for his cowardice release Hazel from her prison But is it safe with the pandemic and its horrific aftermath How can Henry reconcile protecting Hazel with setting her free Or perhaps the sheltered young woman will teach the soldier a lesson about life, and liberate him from a tower of his own construction.Please note HENRY is a companion prequel novella to ELLA, THE SLAYER The direct sequel to ELLA is ALICE, THE PLAYER

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    1. I need to throw in a couple of disclaimers - Henry is not a sequel to Ella. In terms of the timeframe it's a prequel. Alice, the Player will be the direct sequel to Ella and picks up where she is still kissing Seth ;)But why is Henry number 2 then? you ask.Good question. Because I wrote Ella and didn't think of Henry's story until afterwards and he just would NOT stop nagging until I told his story. It's actually book 0 but and don't like that, because zero isn't a number. So Henry is number 2 [...]

    2. Henry, the GaolerStart date: June 9th, 2016End date: June 13th, 2016While first reading Ella, the Slayer, I was instantly drawn to a silent character in the background. I don't know why, especially since this was the first time ever that a background character caught my interest more than certain lead characters, but from early on I felt drawn to Henry. So much so that I hoped in an even stranger twist to the Cinderella tale that Ella would end up with him. I liked Seth too, but I wanted Henry t [...]

    3. Fully understood before I began that this was the story before Ella. I enjoyed reading how it all started. I didn't mind that Henry's story wasn't hair raising with suspense or action but that it was a sweet love story between him and Hazel. I do hope to hear more about what happens to Hazel now that she if free from her tower. Just started Alice's story and I am excited to find out who this Rory is.

    4. I read this already knowing its a prequel and not a sequel. I liked seeing how the influenza/vermin outbreak started. I was surprised, but happy, at the ending since in Ella, we have tons of Henry but no Hazel. I hope we have more of her in the coming books. Henry is such a great character. I'm happy he has a shinning light in his PTSD.

    5. Very Sweet I'll admit it. I only thought to read this because it's a stopover on the way back to Ella and Seth. But I'm glad I read it, all the same. It was nice, getting to know poor Henry, and I look forward to finding out what happens with him and Hazel.

    6. I almost skipped this to go straight to Ella's direct sequel I am so glad I didn't! Another delightful tale with fairy-tale echos that explains so much while spinning its own webs that draw you in.

    7. I wish I would’ve saved my money and skipped this book. It didn’t add to the overall plot and should be considered a short story.

    8. Prequel based on Henry's backstory. From book 1, I was rooting for Henry. This was a sweet zombie Rapunzel retelling from the prince's perspective. We never hear the story of the prince from the other fairy-tale stories. Our prince is a young man returned silenced by PTSD. The princess is Hazel, a childhood friend locked up by her overprotective parents. Despite the zombies and Henry's war experience, this was cute story.Only criticism, the book cover. It should be a young man representing Henry [...]

    9. I feel a bit misled. The numbering suggested this was the second part in the series but it actually was a prequel. I liked it, there were some precious moments but it couldn't win me over like the first part and it felt like a lot of the things happening were old hats anyway.This is a Rapunzel retelling with likeable but not loveable characters. Looking forward to the "real" sequel now. :-)

    10. I liked this story especially the depiction of Henry's PTSD - seeing how his mind turned normal every day events into flashbacks to the front seemed very real and very humanizing. Quite heartbreaking. I was worried that I would remember enough from Ella before reading this - but since it's more of a prequel I didn't need to worry.

    11. Interestingly sweetI liked the story, different from the steampunk ones. A look into the WWl and how life can still go on.

    12. This is a prequel / companion volume to Ella The Slayer, I doubt it could be enjoyed as a stand-alone. The story deals with PTSD, unlike some other books I've read it is not just another characteristic of the hero rather it is the story. I think the author has handled it very well.

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