Grimm Fairy Tales: Inferno

Grimm Fairy Tales Inferno Grace is lost and restless in a big city where her nightmares seem all too real Suffering from a form of amnesia she only feels empty and confused Her therapist overmedicates her boss sexually haras

  • Title: Grimm Fairy Tales: Inferno
  • Author: Ralph Tedesco Gabriel Rearte
  • ISBN: 9780982750704
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
  • Grace is lost and restless in a big city where her nightmares seem all too real Suffering from a form of amnesia, she only feels empty and confused Her therapist overmedicates, her boss sexually harasses her, and her boyfriend beats her The world is quickly closing in around Grace but when she learns the truth of her past she might just find the power within to redeeGrace is lost and restless in a big city where her nightmares seem all too real Suffering from a form of amnesia, she only feels empty and confused Her therapist overmedicates, her boss sexually harasses her, and her boyfriend beats her The world is quickly closing in around Grace but when she learns the truth of her past she might just find the power within to redeem her life and battle her demons, no matter how real they might be

    One thought on “Grimm Fairy Tales: Inferno”

    1. I officially can't stand this book. It's just so messed up! It took about 1/4 of the book for me to stop. Goodbye, I'm reading a Baby Blues comic.

    2. Pleasantly surprised by my first Zenescope bookI am not a regular reader of Zenescope Entertainment’s line of books -- a bit too heavy on the ‘cheesecake’ for my general taste – but I was pretty happy to score a six book bundle of their trade paperbacks at my local Ollie’s bargain store (where you ‘Get Good Stuff Cheap!’). The first book in my bundle was Tedesco and Rearte’s Grimm Fairly Tales: Inferno and while my expectations may have been low as I ripped open the cellophane pa [...]

    3. I have to say that I really and truly enjoy Zenescope's series Grimm Fairy Tales and and all the various spinoffs (Neverland, Piper, etc). Unless something major happens I will continue to follow this series. My one and only gripe with it is the unnecessary and gratuitous sexuality and objectification of women within the pages. It truly has no place within the story. Now I am by no means a prude but they don't even try to give it purpose. They are no better than the creators over at the bigger p [...]

    4. I enjoy the Grimm series from Xenoscope, but this collection felt more rushed than others with a quick plot and great artwork. Left me wanting more developmentally so I can at least pull a good story to go back to.

    5. Originally this was going to be Dante's Inferno, but the name got changed to just Inferno. The book contains the stories King Midas and Dante's Inferno Prologue at the end, both which lead up to the current book. The story itself is a little complicated, as Grace is not Grace, but Mercy. She thinks she's alive, but she's actually dead and in the first level of hell. Sela needs Mercy to do something for her, retrieve someone from lower in hell, and Mercy agrees to do just that. Mercy does that an [...]

    6. Interesting premise, liked this version of Hell, but the writing isn't so good. In some instances, it's very bad.

    7. Love this version of hell, Mercy is a great character, I like how they are giving more backstory to Sela quest and how this fits in.

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