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{Cinderella Dressed in Ashes: Cameron Jace}Cinderella Dressed in Ashes by Cameron Jace
Series: The Grimm Diaries
Published by Storykiller Books on August 14, 2013
Genres: Fairy Tales, Fantasy, Young Adult
Pages: 251
Format: eBook
Source: Read 4 Review
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5 Stars



{Synopsis} –Loki is controlled by the Queen through his Dreamhunter's Fleece, and he's now Snow White's enemy. No one's sure what the Queen of Sorrow wants to do next, and what her plans with Sorrow are.
In another Dreamory, they learn who Cinderella really is, where she came from, her relationship with Snow, and what historical period she'd affected with what she calls the Forbidden Art.

The Second installment of the Grimm Diaries.
This Diary continues the adventure, from Snow White's POV.

{My Thoughts} – This book’s primary focus is on Snow White and Cinderella. I am in awe at how well thought out all of these books are: the prequels included. I really enjoyed this book and cannot wait to dig into the next set of prequels.

Loki, Fable, Axel and Snow White all come back in this book. The primary focus is about a dream that is taking place in which Snow White and Loki appear to be trapped. Fable and Axel do a ton of research in which they are trying to discover a means in which they can save both Loki and Snow White from the dream. The means in which Axel comes to his conclusions in how everything comes together is one of the most fascinating things about these books.

This book is full of new information. There is a riddle that you can try to solve at the end. It also ends with a “Did I just read that?” kind of thought, or so it did for me.

I have been reading these books from the very beginning and nothing has made me change my mind about how much I enjoy them. They are a wonderful addition to the fairy tale world. I stand by my original thoughts about these books as well, they remind me about the television shows Grimm and Once Upon a Time put together in a sense. These books are just incredible.