HERO by Alethea Kontis Published by: Harcourt Books, Hardcover: pages Series: The Woodcutter Sisters #2 My rating: 7/10 First. Book Hero During the Nebula Awards in May, I got to meet and interview Alethea Kontis, who’s fairy tale book, Enchanted, was nominated for. Hero by Alethea Kontis, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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Peregrine does his best to keep busy and sane, while dressing as a woman and trying to both serve and outwit the witch. This story focuses on Saturday Woodcutter, whose sister Sunday from Enchanted is now queen.

The protagonist is a Mary Sue with ridiculous powerups that detract from whatever quality she could have had. Naahhh, I wouldn’t really recommend this series in general.

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This konyis, I saved my time and money. In her free time she can be found binge watching The Office with heri husband and baby, spending way too much time on Pinterest or exploring her neighborhood. Alethea Kontis There are seven books total in the Woodcutter Sisters series arc–one book for each sister. Summary If you already know and love the Woodcutter family, then Dearest will be another charming adventure kntis them. I loved that Friday has a gift for sewing and weaving, and that it ends up being this very mundane ability that saves the story.


This chick supposedly falls in love with everybody, is loved by everybody, has kontid army of totally random orphan children, and empathizes with everybody. Not enough time with the family. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Cindy, Library Teacher http: You would be amazed the the number of things we, as professional authors, are not allowed to announce to the public.

It felt out of place with the rest of the book Click on over to see if you agree with her assessment.

Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Feb 11, Erikka rated it liked it Shelves: I never liked playing competitive games. And I never felt safe. This book is focused on Friday, one of the Woodcutter sisters. But nero brothers are cursed to be swans by day.

Melodramatic Reviews Meet Saturday Woodcutter, a fierce, muscular girl who would much rather gallivant around the forest chopping down trees with her axe, than dance at a ball least alone in a dress! Those last few chapters deserved five stars wlethea on their own.

I didn’t hate this but I just didn’t understand it, the fact that there is French in a made-up kkntis. Ends on a very dissatisfying cliffhanger. Alethea Kontis is the queen of crazy.

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I made an assumption. But this one wasn’t quite up to the standard of book 1.

I came up with an actress for everyone pretty easily…except Saturday. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. You would be amazed the the number of things we, as professional authors, are not allowed to announce to the public. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide.


Saturday is charming, possibly more so than Sunday was in Enchanted. Abby No not really.


Saturday Woodcutter has always felt outside of her family, as the only Woodcutter without fae powers. I liked Enchanted well enough, but never read Hero. On my birthday, when I was having a particularly difficult time health-wise, so thank you, GR! Readers will althea be rewarded with more of Kontis’ alethfa familiar humor and madcap pacing in this latest satisfying installment in the Woodcutter Sisters series. Saturday, Peregrine, and Betwixt undertake a fast-paced adventure to keep the witch from casting a spell that will open a portal to the demon realm and destroy their world.

Turns out that the men have been cursed to be swans during the althea. Alethea has a knack for reminding readers why many of us love fairy tales to begin with.