Wanted

Wanted

eBook - 2017
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In the sequel to Spelled, can Robin Hood's daughter, Rexi, stop the Wicked Witch from finding Excalibur? Fairy-Tale Survival Rule No. 52: No matter how difficult the obstacles or all-powerful the evil villain, one can rest assured that the hero of the story never dies. The sidekicks though...they should be worried. Rexi Hood is proud to be an outlaw. After all, she's the daughter of the infamous Robin Hood. But sidekick? Accomplice? Sorry, that wasn't in her story description. Yeah, she and Princess Dorthea of Emerald have been inseparable since they teamed up to fight the wickedest witch. But if Rexi doesn't figure out how to break the curse that binds them, forget being overshadowed by the spirited princess, Rexi's going to become a Forgotten, wiped from the pages of Story and reduced to a puddle of ink. Not happening. No way in Spell. Rexi's plan? Steal the sword Excalibur and use its magic to write her own tale. But Gwenevere has opened a new Academy of Villains in Camelot and danger lurks behind every plot twist. And you know how it goes in Story: keep your friends close and your enemies closer...
Publisher: [United States] : Sourcebooks Inc : Made available through hoopla, 2017
ISBN: 9781492636007
1492636002
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital

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Wanted is a very captivating and intense book, starting off with a satirical drama of emotional turmoil between 2 girls who are supposed to save the whole Story-land from being destroyed. The story is put through the eyes of a girl named Rexi, showing her stance in relation to other characters. There are many conflicts but one that drives the story is how Rexi feels cut off and out of place in her world as if she doesn't belong there. Rexi views herself in debt to Dorthea since her life is intertwined with Dorthea's and she should have been dead if otherwise. As the book progresses you get possible ideas for the climax but the ending is just unexpected. Usually the ending of a fairytale ties off any loose ends but this one has two main characters disappear, the ending can be used as a start for a sequel. Overall the book was entertaining and would be recommended for fantasy/adventure lovers
-Vineeta

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