Judging A Book

Judging A Book By Its Cover: The Red Fairy Book

We all judge books by their covers, whether we realize it or not. If we didn’t, why else would cover art exist? I don’t know about you, but part of the appeal of books for me is their appearance. This is my weekly segment to appease the more superficial reader in me and showcase some of my more visually appealing books.

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Book Review

Book Review: The Red Fairy Book

The Red Fairy Book
Edited by Andrew Lang

My edition:
Paperback, 376 pages
1966, Dover Publications, Inc.
ISBN: 048621673X

3/5 stars

I don’t have as much to say about this book as I did about The Crimson Fairy Book, because a lot of my thoughts are still the same – as a modern reader, I often find myself asking “why” when a character randomly does something. I long for more plot, character motivation, sound reasoning! I tried hard to leave those thoughts aside and just enjoy these wacky little tales.

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