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Rat to that of a servant girl A magic hazel twig a dashing prince and a desperate escape from danger combine to tell the story of a girl who refuses to allow her fairy godmother to arrange her future for her. I really loved this new book by Sophie Masson I think it s her best boook yet and I m a long time fan of her work Moonlight Ashes is a retelling of the Aschenputtel fairy tale the German Cinderella It is set in alternative Prague and is full of adventure magic and romance It has the most beautiful dreamy cover too loved it

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Instead this is the story of Selena who will take charge of her own destiny and learn that her magic is not to be feared but celebrated Pure fairytale with all the romance magic and adventure that goes along with i. Moonlight and Ashes is a different take on Cinderella Selena has become the servant of her stepmother and stepsisters Her father is too weak minded or doesn t care enough to do anything about it So when Selena gets a chance to go to the ball and meet the prince she takes it but things don t turn out uite the way they do in fairytalesI was enjoying the first half of the novel with a few exceptions but the second half I was less then impressed with I m not sure what the author was trying to say about well any of it It seemed to have many mixed messages and no real coherence I was disappointed

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Cinderella takes fate into her own hands in this brand new tale by Sophie MassonWelcome to the story of Cinderella as you've never heard it before There is a girl whose fortunes have plummeted from wealthy aristoc. I think this book had a lot of potential to be a really good Cinderella adaptation The first half of the book was promising but as the story progressed the plot became convoluted and unrealistic Half of the time I wasn t sure what was happening A major plot development is when Selena realises she has to kill the crown prince You would she would spend a little time I don t know finding out how to kill the price without getting caught But instead she goes shopping I kid you not I don t even know where or how she even got the money The ending was very rushed confusing and unrealistic Sigh And here I was hoping for a realistic romance without the stupid heroine and believable attraction between hero and heroine I mean suddenly out of the blue she gushes out all her past and then they BAM this must mean they re in love Honestly they have done nothing that merits love Their romance is unrealistic and I had a hard time believing it


10 thoughts on “Moonlight and Ashes

  1. says:

    This is a reversioning of the Cinderella story Selena’s father is a wealthy nobleman who lives in a provincial city called Ashber

  2. says:

    I think this book had a lot of potential to be a really good Cinderella adaptation The first half of the book was promising but as the story progressed the plot became convoluted and unrealistic Half of the time I wasn't sure what was happening A major plot development is when Selena realises she has to kill the crown prince You would she wo

  3. says:

    This is the second book I have read by Sophie Mason in the last couple of months I love her work This one is a fairytale and is based on the story of Cinderella without the fairy godmother and an interesting take on magic Selena is told by her dying mother that she is a Moon Sister but needs to keep this fact a secret as Moon Sisters practised magic and magic has been banned in her country Selena does not know any other

  4. says:

    I really loved this new book by Sophie Masson I think it's her best boook yet and I'm a long time fan of her work 'Moonlight Ashes' is a retelling of the Aschenputtel fairy tale the German Cinderella It is set in alternative Prague

  5. says:

    This book was sloppily written and sloppily edited I love a good fairytale adaptation as much as the next person like Hale's 'The Goose Girl' or Marillier's 'Wildwood Dancing' but this one was just so unpolished and unconvincing It constantly slips into contemporary language and phrases which absolutely should have been picked up in the editing process Her love interest calls the protagonist a 'spitfire' before they were even in

  6. says:

    Ah that's better After a couple of bad books in a row I can always count on Sophie Masson to come to the table As always her books are light

  7. says:

    “Accepting the way the magic worked was like starting to tell a story aloud when you didn't know the ending” Although Moonlight and Ashes is based on Cinderella there is no iconic glass slipper and it gets expanded to what makes up a good 75% of the book I read this one after the author's Scarlet in the Snow and while they stand alone I

  8. says:

    I read Scarlet in the Snow first by the same author then this book I enjoyed this much as I found the connection between the characters much genuine Again another fairy tale retelling this time the story of Cinderella but after setting the scene the story uickly goes off into another exciting tangent Selena has discovered she comes from a long line of moon sisters those who practice magic in secret as magic in their land has been banned

  9. says:

    Moonlight and Ashes is a different take on Cinderella Selena has become the servant of her stepmother and stepsisters Her father is

  10. says:

    This story is a take on the Cinderella fairy tale I really enjoyed the set up with the main character and the development o