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    (Girls Made of Snow and Glass) EBOOK/PDF º Melissa Bashardoust This was an entirely magical book of 1 glass 2 snow 3 epic women and 4 extremely bad hair days Which is relatable honestly

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    (Girls Made of Snow and Glass) EBOOK/PDF º Melissa Bashardoust ARC provided by Flatiron Books in exchange for an honest review Girls Made of Snow and Glass is a debut novel that is also a very reminiscent loose fairytale mashup retelling of Snow White and Frozen but with uniue twists It’s a

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    (Girls Made of Snow and Glass) EBOOK/PDF º Melissa Bashardoust I received an early copy of this book from Netgalley but that does not change my feelings on the book overall I went into this book with little to no actual plot knowledge I knew it was a retelling of Snow White I knew it was being marketed as

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    (Girls Made of Snow and Glass) EBOOK/PDF º Melissa Bashardoust As many of you may know I’m a huge fan of subersive retellings A retelling focusing on Snow White and her stepmo

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    (Girls Made of Snow and Glass) EBOOK/PDF º Melissa Bashardoust Spoiler free review “Weak or strong she didn’t know what they meant any Maybe they didn’t mean the same thing for everyone”First you have to know that this book literally is being marketed as and I uote a fantasy feminist fairy tale and if you think that wasn't enough to sell me on it you are DEAD WRONG✘ PLOTIn the wintery wonderland Whitespring Princess Lynet is nearing her sixteenth birthday and her

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Girls Made of Snow and Glass

REVIEW Ò Girls Made of Snow and Glass Melissa Bashardoust Û 1 REVIEW Heart with her beauty become ueen and finally know love The only catch is that she’ll have to become a stepmotherFifteen year old Lynet looks just like her late mother and one day she discovers why a magician created her out of snow in the dead ueen’s image at her father’s order But despite being the dead ueen made flesh Lynet would rather be like her fierce and regal stepmother Mina She gets her wish when her father makes Lynet ueen of the southern territories displacing Mina N. I received an early copy of this book from Netgalley but that does not change my feelings on the book overall I went into this book with little to no actual plot knowledge I knew it was a retelling of Snow White I knew it was being marketed as having feminist elements and I had an inkling that the Snow White character would be ueer These things are all accurate to the story but they in no way to justice to the plot characters and heart of this bookLynet and Mina are remarkable characters Princess Lynet has been forced every day to grow up an exact copy of the mother who died before they ever met Mina has been an outsider her entire life first in the village where she grew up and then in Whitespring where she meets a King and hatches a plan to at least be respected even if she could never be loved Their relationship together is the driving force of every element of the story The depth with which the motherdaughter relationship of the Snow White and the Evil ueen is dealt with is compelling and occasionally heart wrenchingOn both a story level and a meta level Lynet and Mina are characters whose ability to define themselves on their own terms has been taken away On a story level their fathers both manipulate and control their daughters to become who they are expected to be But on a meta level Lynet and Mina have become archetypes without any control they are the Princess and the Evil Stepmother But neither of them is willing to accept any of these definitions that have been put on them any longer The story is deeply about agency and about self definition about relationships and the power to control your own connections to others in your life Is is about especially the viability of female relationships and about how even with the men in their lives trying to control how they relate to one another the connection between these women has the power to go beyond that controlI could honestly gush all day about how excellent and complex the motherdaughter relationships in this book are but I ll try to talk about other stuff now Suffice it to say I sobbed through the final paragraph of this book because it just brought everything I ve already explained to a conclusion incredibly wellThe other best part of this book in my opinion is the subplot of Lynet having a crush on another girl Lynet spends a lot of the book confused about her feelings towards Nadia the new surgeon in the castle This is absolutely a subplot not central to the story but I thought it was handled remarkably well and I loved the twists they went through together throughout the book I also thought that the power imbalance between them was handled in a way that helped make their relationship much stronger as the story went on Beyond that though they aren t named or in than one scene there is a very small scene with a wlw couple where they are clearly in a relationship in a public place and there is no mentioned homophobia or feeling that they are anything less than accepted by the community at largeMy only real problem with this book came with the pacing There is a lot about this book that feels slow and peaceful which I enjoyed a ton So weirdly my complaint isn t that this book needed to be faster but that it could have taken a bit time with certain plot lines I think there should have been periods of time that were allowed to go slowly especially later on in the story I know that the plot has to constantly keep moving but I think if those moments had been stretched out some of the reveals would have had impact Other than that I thought this book was incredibly atmospheric and magical in a much understated wayThis book was magical complex romantic and fascinating It was driven by female characters taking control of their stories and destinies and I absolutely loved it Seriously this book is not to be missed The Kennedy Debutante love The only catch is that she’ll have to become a stepmotherFifteen year old Lynet Tart and Sweet looks just The Mortal Word like her The Perennial Matchmaker late mother and one day she discovers why a magician created her out of snow in the dead ueen’s image at her father’s order But despite being the dead ueen made flesh Lynet would rather be The Business of Memory How to Maximize Your Brain Power and Fast Track Your Career like her fierce and regal stepmother Mina She gets her wish when her father makes Lynet ueen of the southern territories displacing Mina N. I received an early copy of this book from Netgalley but that does not change my feelings on the book overall I went into this book with Super Natural Home Improve Your Health Home and Planet One Room at a Time little to no actual plot knowledge I knew it was a retelling of Snow White I knew it was being marketed as having feminist elements and I had an inkling that the Snow White character would be ueer These things are all accurate to the story but they in no way to justice to the plot characters and heart of this bookLynet and Mina are remarkable characters Princess Lynet has been forced every day to grow up an exact copy of the mother who died before they ever met Mina has been an outsider her entire Those Who Knew life first in the village where she grew up and then in Whitespring where she meets a King and hatches a plan to at The Peopling of Silicon Valley 1940 to the Present Day least be respected even if she could never be Scent of Magic loved Their relationship together is the driving force of every element of the story The depth with which the motherdaughter relationship of the Snow White and the Evil ueen is dealt with is compelling and occasionally heart wrenchingOn both a story Touch of Power level and a meta Understanding Human Development Study Guide level Lynet and Mina are characters whose ability to define themselves on their own terms has been taken away On a story The Sacrifice Box level their fathers both manipulate and control their daughters to become who they are expected to be But on a meta Shaggy Muses The Dogs Who Inspired Emily Brontë Elizabeth Barrett Browning Emily Dickinson Edith Wharton and Virginia Woolf level Lynet and Mina have become archetypes without any control they are the Princess and the Evil Stepmother But neither of them is willing to accept any of these definitions that have been put on them any The Ghost Road longer The story is deeply about agency and about self definition about relationships and the power to control your own connections to others in your Garfield Life to the Fullest #34 Garfield Numbered Paperback life Is is about especially the viability of female relationships and about how even with the men in their Maryland Ghosts lives trying to control how they relate to one another the connection between these women has the power to go beyond that controlI could honestly gush all day about how excellent and complex the motherdaughter relationships in this book are but I The Messy Baker ll try to talk about other stuff now Suffice it to say I sobbed through the final paragraph of this book because it just brought everything I ve already explained to a conclusion incredibly wellThe other best part of this book in my opinion is the subplot of Lynet having a crush on another girl Lynet spends a The Adults lot of the book confused about her feelings towards Nadia the new surgeon in the castle This is absolutely a subplot not central to the story but I thought it was handled remarkably well and I The Brotherhood of Joseph A Father's Memoir of Infertility and Adoption in the 21st Century loved the twists they went through together throughout the book I also thought that the power imbalance between them was handled in a way that helped make their relationship much stronger as the story went on Beyond that though they aren t named or in than one scene there is a very small scene with a wlw couple where they are clearly in a relationship in a public place and there is no mentioned homophobia or feeling that they are anything The 5 Skinny Habits less than accepted by the community at Girls Made of Snow and Glass largeMy only real problem with this book came with the pacing There is a Rocky Mountain Romance lot about this book that feels slow and peaceful which I enjoyed a ton So weirdly my complaint isn t that this book needed to be faster but that it could have taken a bit time with certain plot The New You and Improved Diet lines I think there should have been periods of time that were allowed to go slowly especially The Intellectual Devotional: Health: Revive Your Mind, Complete Your Education, and Digest a Daily Dose of Wellness Wisdom (The Intellectual Devotional Series) later on in the story I know that the plot has to constantly keep moving but I think if those moments had been stretched out some of the reveals would have had impact Other than that I thought this book was incredibly atmospheric and magical in a much understated wayThis book was magical complex romantic and fascinating It was driven by female characters taking control of their stories and destinies and I absolutely The Biggest Loser Success Secrets The Wisdom Motivation and Inspiration to Lose Weight Now loved it Seriously this book is not to be missed

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REVIEW Ò Girls Made of Snow and Glass Melissa Bashardoust Û 1 REVIEW Ow Mina is starting to look at Lynet with something like hatred and Lynet must decide what to do and who to be to win back the only mother she’s ever knownor else defeat her once and for allEntwining the stories of both Lynet and Mina in the past and present Girls Made of Snow and Glass traces the relationship of two young women doomed to be rivals from the start Only one can win all while the other must lose everything unless both can find a way to reshape themselves and their stor. As many of you may know I m a huge fan of subersive retellings A retelling focusing on Snow White and her stepmother always sounded fabulous to me especially with feminist themes And thank goodness it didn t disappoint This is really all I want out of fantasy developed characters interesting subversions of done before tropes and sapphic girlsIn terms of retellings this is one of the imaginative ones I ve read I can t really spoil how But really the new elements added were so delightful and creative yet stick to the spirit of the tale With one exception obviously for Mina and Lynet s relationshhip This book s chief strength is the character work Mina s character arc is extremely well written and developed Her character isn t so much morally ambiguous as troubled and self hating but I found her combination of self hatred and confidence so realistic Lynet isn t uite as fabulous a character but she s still easy to connect to and fun to see on page I like her inner strength and bravery There are two romantic relationships here one of which occurs between two girls Their relationship was cute and not instalovey which is awesome but I unfortunately wasn t totally blown away While they re cute it takes a lot of character work for me to really get invested The secondary relationship actually enticed me probably because I liked Mina It s not a new favorite book sadly despite my love for the characters I found the actual plotline slightly underwhelming I wanted something something darker There s not enough worldbuilding or real intrigue for my taste This book might ve been able to get deeper with a full series Standalones just can t get much deeper than this VERDICT An interesting and engaging retelling of Snow White definitely recommended for any retelling fans looking for something different Blog Goodreads Twitter Youtube

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REVIEW Ò Girls Made of Snow and Glass Melissa Bashardoust Û 1 REVIEW Frozen meets The Bloody Chamber in this feminist fantasy reimagining of the Snow White fairytaleSixteen year old Mina is motherless her magician father is vicious and her silent heart has never beat with love for anyone has never beat at all in fact but she’d always thought that fact normal She never guessed that her father cut out her heart and replaced it with one of glass When she moves to Whitespring Castle and sees its king for the first time Mina forms a plan win the king’s. It was kind of boring There was nothing terrible about this book but like the snow and ice imagery so prevalent throughout the book it left me cold This book portrays itself as a feminist fantasy modeled after Frozen and The Bloody Chamber I have not watched Frozen and I don t know what The Bloody Chamber is What it did remind me of was Snow White and the Huntsman with a magical twist We get to see things from the not so evil stepmotherueen Mina and the princess Lynet Both are beautiful in their own way both defined by their beauty by the world If they love you for anything it will be for your beauty Both portrayed as sympathetic women defined by the fact that neither are truly human not uite alive Mina lacks a heart and Lynet is made from snow and searching for loveWhen I say searching for love I do not mean to imply that this book is very romantic It is not At times I wish there were romance in it actually particularly between the king Nicholas and ueen Mina Mina is 32 in the book rather unusual of an YA novel Lynet 16 but we get to see how Mina grew up from her flashbacks of her youthThere is a hint of a lesbian romance and the characters are described to have olive golden light brown skin I appreciate the nod towards diversity I can t pinpoint anything outrightly wrong with this book except for the fact that it just didn t draw my attention and it didn t make me feel for the characters The writing is adeuate but emotionless Perhaps that s what it was meant to convey given the tone of the book

  • Hardcover
  • 384
  • Girls Made of Snow and Glass
  • Melissa Bashardoust
  • English
  • 12 April 2020
  • 9781250077738