Hansel and Gretal (Down the Rabbit Hole) Anthology – Review by Anna Hirsch
Hansel & Gretel: Down the Rabbit Hole by Autumn Sand
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Hansel and Gretal (Down the Rabbit Hole) Anthology
I’ve always loved fairytales. The authors in this anthology definitely wrote their own version of this classic. There is a bit of everything in these stories so they should satisfy most readers. I prefer stories that have a twist with some horror therefore these were my favourites.
The Surface by CeeCee Elaine
This leans towards a dystopian vibe. Most of mankind has died off because of an airborne virus. Two people escape an underground bunker and return to the surface. The story has a crazy twist at the end that you never see coming.
The Reaper Within by Jess Bagnall
A boy who has been shunned his entire life by the village grows up to be a hunter. He hunts the monsters in the forest helping the doctor with his experiments. With a twist you don’t expect, it’s definitely not a happy fairytale but it will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Shadows that Move by Lorah Jaiyn
Witches and curses abound in this story. What do you do when no one believes you? When you’re terrorized but end up being blamed. If the truth doesn’t flow with everyone’s beliefs, does it pass as mental illness? Read the story and decide what you believe.
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