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Please try again later. The electrifying strength and charm of Laxus and the rest of the Raijin Tribe in their very own adventure, taking place during the mysterious time after the disbanding of the Fairy Tail guild.
Final volume of the official Fairy Tail spinoff series! When Gajeel gets news of an escaped prisoner he may be connected to, he must leave on a journey to confront his past.
Will he stand strong with his new family in Fairy Tail, or will old forces pull him back into the darkness? We live in a grey area where every bit of light has it sown shadow.
And this book is exactly like this. These are girls made of dark lace and witchcraft and a little bit of vice. View all 6 comments. Mar 16, Lucy Langford rated it it was amazing.
Thank you to those who had liked and commented. Spellbinding and magical! Nikita Gill blends poetry and fairytale stories designed to empower and reimagine the tales we are told as children.
This book explored themes of abuse and self-love, how women as well as men can be toxic, and how it is your own business how you decide to heal- and that healing and becoming yourself again is a form of magic in its own right.
The writing of this had me awestruck and there was so much magic throughout, the perfect blend of real life and fantasy. The illustrations that accompanied these poems and stories were wonderful and Nikita Gill is a talented artist!
View all 17 comments. Shelves: feminism , poetry , story-collection. If I had a daughter, these are the versions I would want to tell her.
This isn't a book for children though; "Her mother told her she could grow up to be anything she wanted to be, so she grew up to become the strongest of the strong, the strangest of the strange, the wildest of the wild, the wolf leading the wolves.
This isn't a book for children though; it deals with such themes as child abuse and eating disorders and thus isn't really appropriate for a child.
However, the basic message of the poems, that girls and women have power and strength in themselves and do not need a man to rescue them, is a message all young girls need to hear.
The poems and stories are cleverly written, imagining "what if" the princesses in the stories knew they could rely on themselves instead of waiting to be rescued.
The females become heroes for themselves. Sleeping Beauty does not need a stranger to come kiss her, without her permission. Rapunzel can cut off and climb down her own hair, rather than let a man use any part of her body to climb over.
Maybe the old woman in Hansel and Gretel was misaligned and wasn't the one who tried to eat the children but instead rescued them when their father abandoned them.
Indeed, I've wondered before why it is that the father wasn't made out to be the monster he was. He left his children in the woods to fend for themselves and yet he is not the bad one in the story!!
Not all the females are good though, just as not all the males are bad. Jack, for instance, climbed the bean stalk to escape his abusive mother, preferring to face giants rather than the woman who should have loved and protected him but did the opposite.
These poems and stories are simple and yet oh-so-profound! It was an absolute joy to read them and I'm excited to see that the author Nikita Gill has other collections of poetry.
She is brilliant and this book is brilliant and well worth reading! View all 18 comments. Before I even talk about the content in this book, I just want to express just how much I love the cover.
It is so attractive, and I'm afraid I've ran my hands over it countless times, which obviously, I'm unapologetic about, because it's simply beautiful.
I'd buy it just for the cover. Nikita Gill has taken classic fairytales, and in these she has masterfully combined the subjects of empowerment, love, feminism, abuse and mental illness.
I enjoyed the way Gill kind of climbs into these character Before I even talk about the content in this book, I just want to express just how much I love the cover.
I enjoyed the way Gill kind of climbs into these characters in the stories, whether they are villains or heroes, and enables the reader to see them in a different perspective.
I do support that fact of what many feminist writers quote today, and that is that princesses are not damsels in distress, we need not rely on our princes, we rely on ourselves.
It was wonderful to read this beautiful and creative writing, as they are a different angle on my favourite stories from childhood.
This was fun as well as being thought provoking, and I recommend it to everyone! View 2 comments. A bit too much feminism for my humble taste but a lot of it was actually nice and mostly well-balanced.
But I liked quite a lot of it, so 5 stars is a given. Q: Maybe magic ends with me and it will never cross your path but I want you to remember that survival is an art.
The world is falsehood so you rely on your smarts. Princes fail all the time. Passion sometimes goes cold And princesses on days of fortune can turn straw into gold.
Kind kings become greedy And dragons can have soft souls. Fairies cast the wrong spells, Mermaids can be drowned, Goblins and trolls can be heroes and giants can fall without a sound, and even the darkest things can be defeated once their names are spoken out loud.
A shallow promise. A dark thing that should have loved her but instead tried to drown her. Her beauty fading, she recognized that she had failed to pass on her looks to her two daughters.
And now she knew how important it is for a woman to be beautiful, as it is the only currency she truly had in this world, she became even more bitter.
She hid away books with words that would touch her slowly fraying soul, c Q: Ask me what I was praying for, and I will tell you: a Fairy Godmother who never appeared for me.
But that is what faith is, I was told. Finding a reason to believe even when no reason finds its way to you. So I began to find her in odd places.
That time the car narrowly missed me. Not all girls are made of sugar and spice and all things nice. These are damsels made of flawless fearlessness made of more bravery than knights have ever seen.
These are princesses made of valour and poison alike and they are here to hold court as your queens. Aug 28, C. Drews added it Shelves: poetry , read I borrowed this on a whim at the library well, I reserved it, unseen and I thought it was going to be actual stories of fairytales but with feminist twists.
But no! It's poetry! And this was beautiful and empowering. All the fairy tale poems were clever too.
The ones I loved the most were 1 Wendy being dismissed for hallucinating Neverland, but clawing out of the asylum and be I borrowed this on a whim at the library well, I reserved it, unseen and I thought it was going to be actual stories of fairytales but with feminist twists.
The ones I loved the most were 1 Wendy being dismissed for hallucinating Neverland, but clawing out of the asylum and being happy being an author, and 2 the origin of Peter and Hook being two boys who refused to acknowledge they loved each other until one slipped away to Neverland and the other boy went after him for revenge.
Overall such a lovely, soft and bitter and sweet and empowering, collection. Difficult Damsels Not all girls are made of sugar and spice and all things nice.
There are girls made of dark lace and witchcraft and a little bit of vice. There are daughters made claw-first and story-mad, tiger-roar and wolf-bad.
There are women made of terrible tempests and savage storms and the untamed unwanted. These are princesses made of valour and poisons alike and they are here to hold court as your queens.
View 1 comment. Sep 24, Bekka rated it it was ok. Was pretty good until halfway through when I noticed it kept recycling its own ideas over and over again.
Yeah um fuck that? Jun 27, Mel Epic Reading rated it liked it Shelves: arc-netgalley. The last few poems are very disturbing to me considering they are the most likely to be remembered being last.
It's too bad because many of the poems near the beginning of this compilation are solid, strong takes on known stories. She has taken known fairy tales some from around the world and given them a darker or more realistic spin.
One example of that writing that really stood out to me being as I have a medicated Anxiety disorder is: "Anxiety makes more heroes than history would care to repeat.
It is better than sitting and waiting, letting the demon claw into your mind with worry. Anxious people are resourceful, they need to know how to keep the sea of panic at bay so they do not drown.
My lack of ability to breathe, be patient and not panic is a detriment and shows weakness more so than anything. Although I will agree with the resourcefulness comment.
I have gotten good at distracting myself, calming myself down, or otherwise finding a way to not pass-out or show external signs of any given panic attack I may be having.
The actual production of this book is amazing. I would have cherished it as a child just for how pretty it is; even if I didn't like all the stories.
I think there is probably something here for everyone; but unfortunately you have to navigate a lot of obnoxious, in your face rhetoric to find it.
Gill starts us out with the tamer stories and sets the tone and mood. She lures the reader into buying into her ideas, stories and verse.
Only to take the last quarter of this book bashing, and I mean declaring all out war on, men. I didn't like this.
It felt too overt and just too nasty to teach children or teens. Being upset about the inequality to date in our world is not really a useful thing to teach our children.
What we need to teach them is how to stand up for themselves and speak out against those that are treating women or others inappropriately.
This doesn't require us to fear-monger or make like all men in this world are awful. Just unnecessary in my mind and not productive. Overall Were it not for the last quarter of the book this would probably get a four star rating from me; but I struggle to even give it three stars given how much I disliked the last few passages.
And perhaps needed to hear, in advance of publication, that many women don't take kindly to generic bashing of males. I would love to give this book to two little girls I know in order to have them use their imagination when it comes to Disney or modern-day interpretations of fairy tales; but I'd have to rip out the last few pages.
Given the children know how much I love books that would cause all kinds of questions. So instead I will leave Fierce Fairytales off my gifting list and be conscious of the rhetoric around me that all the lovely children in my life none of which are my own may be subject to on any given day.
In order to really be an equal society we must get over our anger and remove the chip on our shoulder. The only way to true equality is to work together to level the playing field; not to get revenge and one-up anyone over anyone else.
I'm disappointed that the overall point and end of Fierce Fairytales was clearly that we women need to take control of everything over our male peers.
This is an honest and unbiased review. Oct 21, Schizanthus Nerd rated it really liked it Shelves: i-love-my-library. Content warnings include abuse, mental illness, trauma, alcoholism, betrayal, abandonment, bullying and eating disorders.
Jack is willing to face a giant to escape his abusive mother. Tinkerbell embraces her anger. My absolute favourite was this empowering gem: Once Upon a Time II But the Content warnings include abuse, mental illness, trauma, alcoholism, betrayal, abandonment, bullying and eating disorders.
My absolute favourite was this empowering gem: Once Upon a Time II But the universe never promised you this would be easy, after all, you are the hero here.
And heroes are meant to be forged golden from the blaze. It is up to you to rise again from the fragmented shards your foes left of you.
You must lift a sword with reborn strength and take on the demons in your ribcage. You must devastate the chains every violent person has brutally placed on you.
And you must show them all how they were simply characters in your story. But you, you are the author of this spellbinding tale built of hope and bravery.
Out there may be monsters, my dear. But in you still lives the dragon you should always believe in. Each time I read it I can feel myself sit up straighter and the resolve to rise up gets stronger.
I love it! Towards the end of the book I began to wonder if the author had run out of fairytales and was simply fuelled by anger.
Perhaps if there were two sections in the book the shift would have been easier to process. Some stories and poems fuelled my hope, showing me victims becoming survivors and villains humanised.
Others left a bitter aftertaste. Trust Nikita Gill when she turns classic fairytales in verses and her take about feminism, abuse, mental illness, love and empowerment.
The poems are creative and beautifully written. I'm carried away with her words. Nikita Gill digs deeper into each character's personalities -- both villains and heroes.
Our princesses aren't damsel in distress, they do not rely on their princes. It's refreshing to read my childhood s Thank you Hachette Books for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
It's refreshing to read my childhood stories in a different perspective. I enjoyed reading the villains the most because it's fascinating to read what caused them to be vile.
It's good for the soul. View all 3 comments. Enjoyable and love the illustrations, but got a bit repetitive. Sep 16, Kristy K rated it liked it Shelves: , arc , poetry , short-stories.
Many just fell short for me. May 28, Mellie Antoinette rated it liked it. It made me sad in a way. The drawings are stellar!
Nov 08, Divine Anas rated it it was ok Shelves: reads , feminism , amazeballs-covers , sad-dnf-pile , retelling , poetry.
I DNF'd this one by page This collection was a pretty great rep for villains we love to hate in our stories. This talks about abuse, superficiality, heartbreak, and has this recurring feminist theme.
I felt way too uncomfortable reading the cheesy poems and the predictability of it all, sometimes I feel like it tries so hard to be an aesthetic self-help book Hahhahaahahh.
For me, not so much. Although, here are some excerpts I really love in this collection. I wonder where the wildest things go when the devilled copse is no longer there.
But it also doesn't elicit any profound emotion from me other than "Oooooohhhh. Jul 24, Amy libraryofamy rated it it was ok.
I found some poems to be corny. I found some to be completely out of place with the theme of the collection. I found that most of them rang hollow. Most of these poems read like they were ripped from a Tumblr post or Twitter thread on empowerment and self-love.
Nothing new was truly brought to the table and it was executed in a way that seemed a little off.
The only poems I truly enjoyed were the ones that discussed racism, using beautiful metaphors to do so.
Everything else was meh. Just saying. I also found there to be a lot of repetitive phrases. Which is also a problem, because theres no need to say the same thing over and over.
Overall a strange reading experience. Apr 24, Cyndi rated it it was amazing. I loved this book! Twists on fairy tales that finds emotions hidden within poetry.
Aug 11, Sahitya rated it really liked it Shelves: read , poetry , 4-star , classics-myths-retellings. This is one such book.
Right from that captivating cover, this book has had my attention and when I finally had the opportunity to participate in Read-India-Thon this week, I decided it was finally time to read it.
We all love fairytales, with damsels in distress and prince charmings and evil queens - but what if each of these tales could be explored from a different perspective?
What if the princesses never needed to be saved, the prince charmings had an evil abuse so side to them, and the evil queens had a reason to be that way?
The author takes on these questions and gives us a much more darker and fierce version of the classics like Peter Pan, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, Rapunzel, Little Red Riding Hood etc.
We get to see each of the women in these stories in different ways and the reasons for their actions. She also manages to tackle many important topics and themes in such few words that I thought it was masterful.
I thought the author brought all these messages to us in a very accessible way, even for poetry noobs like me, which is what makes this so special.
Some tales make us angry, some evoke powerful emotions and some soothe and heal us - this collection has something for every kind of reader.
To conclude, if you love reading poetry or books written in verse, you should definitely check this out. If you are a fan of fairytale retellings, especially ones which explore the classics in a more feminist perspective, then this collection is just perfect for you.
It is powerful, evocative, beautiful and utterly fierce. Jan 21, Trisha rated it did not like it Shelves: abandoned.Seit ein paar Tagen kursiert im Internet das Gerücht, der Fairy Tail Anime würde nach der kommenden Folge erneut eine Pause einlegen. Die erste»Fairy Tail«-Staffel erschien im Jahr und lief bis Nach knapp einem Jahr Pause wurde der Anime fortgesetzt.