only uses a sword once in the whole book! (That's because she changed her weapon to something else, but I'm not going to say what.)
Anyways, when I read the beginning, I was so confused. I was wondering how it all tied into the Cinderella story and why they were all going through that type of servitude. It all unfolds slowly, but it all makes sense at the end. I loved what they did with all the characters.
This book was separated into 3 parts. The first part was when Pin was in servitude. The second part is where the Cinderella story actually starts. The third part is where they all are trying to escape from Story (< - - That reference only makes sense if you read the book).
The story itself was beautiful and timeless. The concept and idea was something I would have never thought to put together. I was completely dumb struck at the way it was executed and the beauty of the writing.
To me, all the characters were developed quite beautifully. My favorite character was Shoe. Hands down, no question. Shoe was so perfect and wonderful and amazing and stubborn, but he was doing everything he did with the right intentions. That's just some of the things of what I like about him.
I give this story 5 stars!
Have you read Ash and Bramble? If so, did you like it? If not, would you read it? Tell me in the comments!
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