@Read ⚝ Snow, Glass, Apples ⛅ eBook or E-pub free

A short review of a short story: I've not read Neil Gaiman before this and I read this online without illustrations, which I assume accompany this story This was a very brilliant take on Snow White, quite imaginative and different, but with the kind of creepy, sexual overtness that I would imagine could work very well in comic formnot for children. Snow White's stepmother tells her side of the story in this Neil Gaiman short fantasy piece and she has a very different viewpoint about what happened Holy smoke, is this ever dark and creepy and twisted If you never wondered why Snow White has skin as white as snow and lips as red as blood, you should Free online here, and Neil Gaiman is a gifted writer, but seriously, read this only if you're good with Rrated, perverse and extremely dark fairy tales And you're not alone at night. @Read ï Snow, Glass, Apples õ A retelling of the Snow White fairy tale from the point of view of the wicked stepmother This version was a chapbook compiled by Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab and sold at Comic Conand on the BPAL website with all proceeds going to the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund Autism and the God Connection: Redefining the Autistic Experience Through Extraordinary Accounts of Spiritual Giftedness Glass La Mina Lisa Apples õ A retelling of the Snow White fairy tale from the point of view of the wicked stepmother This version was a chapbook compiled by Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab and sold at Comic Conand on the BPAL website with all proceeds going to the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund Find all of my reviews at: HOLY SHITBALLS!This retelling of Snow White was perfection No other description Gaiman at a whole ‘nother level.Growing up I wondered who the f*%# would want to be this bitchWhen they could be THIS insteadI always wanted to hear the story from the Evil Queen’s perspective You know the old saying, “there are three sides to every story – her side, her side and the truth????” I knew the Evil Queen couldn’t be completely at fault and 100% bad I mean, doesn’t a little part of all of us want to kill Kristen Stewart Snow White???? Now that I’m a grownup I realize there are others who believe the same *fist pound to my girl Shelby* Thank you, Neil Gaiman, for giving us the true story EVERY DAMN STAR!EDIT TO ADD LINKYLINKS:Ready version: Read MeListeny version: Hear Me Once again, 5 wonderfully creepy starsThings are never as they seem.Take one very creepy and ruthless Snow White, add vampirism and necrophilia, and you're sure to get your fix this Halloween.Neil Gaiman continues to surprise me every time I read something of his Snow, Glass, Apples tells Snow White's tale from the Queen's point of view And let me tell you that it's no fairy tale, but a horror one The Princess is some kind of emotionless vampire who cannot be killed At the same time, the Queen is but a victim in this story I found myself rooting for her, praying that against what I know from fairytales, she'd survive and kill the monster.Clearly, I would not recommend this for children It is too dark and twisted But if you're older, you would not want to miss Snow, Glass, Apples It's simply amazing It's Neil Gaiman.P.S You can read the story for free here. I actually read this shortie two weeks ago, but today I was looking at my shelves and I was suprised to see it had no review, since I was 99,9% sure I had reviewed it Plus, it deserves one, so here I am trying to write a decent review.Snow, Glass, Apples is a retelling of Snow White, but it's not your typical retelling It's told from the perspective of the dear witch, who if I'm honest with you, was always my favourite character.C'mon, how could I not like her?I think it worked for me because of its dark atmosphere and because of the way the plot took Have you ever wondered why Snow White's skin is so pale and her lips so red? No? Well, I did I was a cynic kid and I always thought about those things Did you ever want to punch this face?Gosh, I'm clenching my teeth with just looking at that gif!Well, I always did, and in this story too, but for very different reasons.This was my first read by Neil Gaiman, and it's not going to be my last I like his writing style and how he does not shy away the darkness I decided to start with this one because it was short and I was warned his books are not for everyone, but just with Snow, Glass, Apples I figured I like him.Read the story for free here. How I could not know that Neil Gaiman wrote an alternate version of Snow White's fairy tale, I will never know As soon as I did find out, I had it on my TBR of course and what better time of year to read this creepy little whatif story than October (and especially this close to Halloween)?! :DI will not say much about the story since it's so short and my review would then spoil the fun, but I will say this: you will never look at innocent little Snow White the same way again and you will certainly not compare her to an innocent little lamb any Bwahahahahahaha!Neil Gaiman's writing style is, again, marvellous I really think that his love for fairy tales of any kind makes his renditions so wonderful and this little gem was no exception. The true story of this little shit who everyone thinks is such a sweet little princessummm yeah.That pale skin always made me wonder Look how she grew up I loved this! I think this is one of the best retelling's I've seen Many thanks to my buddy Kelly for giving me a heads up on this one. Holy crap on a cracker! This short story by Neil Gaiman was creepy!The story is told by Snow White's stepmother She is afraid of Snow after she uh bit and sucked her finger! She took the dried apple from me and began to chew it with her sharp yellow teeth.“Is it good?”She nodded I had always been scared of the little princess, but at that moment I warmed to her and, with my fingers, gently, I stroked her cheek She looked at me and smiled — she smiled but rarely — then she sank her teeth into the base of my thumb, the Mound of Venus, and she drew blood.I began to shriek, from pain and from surprise; but she looked at me and I fell silent.The little Princess fastened her mouth to my hand and licked and sucked and drank When she was finished, she left my chamber Beneath my gaze the cut that she had made began to close, to scab, and to heal The next day it was an old scar: I might have cut my hand with a pocketknife in my childhoodYeah Anyway, the King dies and the stepmother is left with the vampire monster No, they don't say she's a vampire but come on The stepmother does some stuff to get rid of Snow White but I was thinking, you stupid, your supposed to do this not that But, then we wouldn't have the story right? This is NOT a story for children! There are sexual situations and a little bit of a bloody mess And the Prince is totally gross! DO NOT LET LITTLE KIDS READ THIS! It's a short, creepy little story and I'm glad I saw one of my friends review about this book! You can read if for free online Snow, Glass, ApplesMY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List