Book Review|Personal Book| Sisters Red Fairy tales Retold by Jackson Pearce

Sisters Red Book Cover Sisters Red
Fairytale Retellings #1
Jackson Pearce
Juvenile Fiction
Hachette UK
April 7, 2011
Kindle
352
Amazon
18/12/14 to 15/8/16
Sweetly, Fathomless,
Silas Reynolds, Fenris, Rosie March, Scarlett March
Atlanta, Georgia (United States) Ellison (United States)

The story of Scarlett and Rosie March, two highly-skilled sisters who have been hunting Fenris (werewolves) - who prey on teen girls - since Scarlett lost her eye years ago while defending Rosie in an attack. Scarlett lives to destroy the Fenris, and she and Rosie lure them in with red cloaks (a colour the wolves can't resist), though Rosie hunts more out of debt to her sister than drive. But things seem to be changing. The wolves are getting stronger and harder to fight, and there has been a rash of news reports about countless teenage girls being brutally murdered in the city. Scarlett and Rosie soon discover the truth: wolves are banding together in search of a Potential Fenris - a man tainted by the pack but not yet fully changed. Desperate to find the Potential to use him as bait for a massive werewolf extermination, the sisters move to the city with Silas, a young woodsman and long time family friend who is deadly with an axe. Meanwhile, Rosie finds herself drawn to Silas and the bond they share not only drives the sisters apart, but could destroy all they've worked for.

Even though it took me a while to read this book I thoroughly enjoyed it. It only took me so long to read it as I got distracted with other books and life got busy. I gave this book a five star rating because:
– I felt it was aimed at the right age range while still being appealing to older readers.
– Its a book that I will whole heatedly recommend to anyone who enjoys a good romantic retelling
with a paranormal basis.
– I wont hesitate to buy it for anyone I know, whether they are young adults or older, who I think
will enjoy it.

The authors writing was great and aimed well for young adults his descriptions evoked different character emotions and scenes really exquisitely conveying a real darkness when it was necessary. I loved the twist of it being two sisters, who were the survivors of a wolf (Fenris) attack, Continue reading