Sisters Red by Jackson Pearce
336 pages, Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, (2010-06-07)
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Page 133: Loving it so far!
Finished: A good read. Wasn't a fan of the fight scenes but loved the chemistry between all 3 characters.
What an interesting retelling of Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf!
The March sisters were an unstoppable pair! And Silas was an awesome sidekick.
I'm not going to mention much of the plot but suffice it to say that it will keep your attention. It was all very engrossing.
The only issue I had while reading this were some of the fight scenes. I've read a ton of urban fantasy that centers around confrontations and general ass kickings. The fight scenes in Sisters Red are lacking. It was torturous to read some of them as they just didn't flow like I'm used to. And some of the descriptive words used to describe the fight were kind of out of place. It was very apparent that this might have been Jackson's first go at writing fight scenes.
I enjoyed this book mostly because of the originality and the relationship of the characters.
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320 pages, Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, (2011-06-07)