Revenge of the Castle Cats
The Grimm Chronicles Book #3
Authors: Isabelle Fontaine and Ken Brosky
File Size: 300 KB
Print Length: 110 pages
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Note: I received a review copy of this book free from the authors, Isabella Fontaine and Ken Brosky. The review posted below is based on my personal thoughts while reading the book.
Ratings: ★ ★ ★ ★
Revenge of the Castle Cats starts with Alice being poisoned by the monster she fought in the last book, Happily Never After. Now, we get to know more about Br'er Rabbit, his story and some more stories about the rise and fall of old heroes. The story now focuses on Grayle Corporation's booming business owned by the "Corrupted" dwarfs. As for the plot of the story, I think this is the best among the three short stories as there is enough twist that would make you look forward to finishing the book in one sitting.
Alice's character is developing into a nice and lovable character. I don't know, I can't think of anything special to say about her character but I'm really getting attached to her and even Alice's family and friends. The authors also included stories of secondary characters so Revenge of the Castle Cats is not only about the Grimm tales and characters but also about "real" people in Alice's "real life." By the way, I found out about the Grimm TV Series from a friend and I'm really excited to watch the series because of this. Cool stories!
The third in the Grimm Chronicles, The Revenge of the Castle Cats is an enjoyable read like the other two, Prince Charming Must Die and Happily Never After. Mommies, if you are looking for something to buy for your kids, you might want to pick-up The Grimm Chronicles Books 1-3.
About the book:
After being rushed to the hospital, Alice Goodenough finds herself trapped in the worst dream imaginable: a horrible monster is stalking her in the darkness, making its way to the hospital. It will stop at nothing to kill her.
And that’s not the worst of it. All across the city, people are growing more addicted to Castle Cats, a smartphone game created by Grayle Incorporated. And it’s not just a game. The more you play, the more it controls you. Soon, Alice learns that the dwarfs who run Grayle Incorporated are watching her everywhere she goes, using human beings to spy on her.
There must be a confrontation. Sam Grayle and his brothers have to be stopped. And Alice is going to need help.
Read the authors interview here