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Review – Forget Me Not by Angela Parkurst

Review – Forget Me Not by Angela ParkurstForget Me Not by Angela Parkhurst
Series: , #2
Published by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform on June 28th 2016
Genres: YA, Fantasy
Pages: 337
Source: Xpresso Book Tours

I received this book for free from Xpresso Book Tours in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


“I’ve never been to a ball or followed the yellow brick road, and I sure as hell never imagined myself living in a world of fairytale characters. Most of which want me dead. So when they come, because they will, I need to be ready.”

“And you think you could kill someone?”

“I know I could.”

When the academy in Nottingham burns down, sending in a new slew of fairytale classmates, Norah Hart comes face to face with new challenges, enemies and friendships. But the longer she is in this world, the more she realizes there is no getting out, leaving her with only one option--be prepared.

FORGET ME NOT is the second book in the Forgotten Fairytale series.

Norah Hart is back in this second book of the Forgotten Fairytales. She is at the boarding school for fairytale characters. After a fire in Nottingham new characters show up at the school. Jaxson is there to help tutor her for combat training class. With prophecies that are to be fulfilled Norah does her best to do her part.

In ” an Oyster Shell – Another great installment of the Forgotten Fairytales.

The Pearls –  The concept of fairytale characters who have a council they follow to bring order is interesting. Norah being a hybrid shakes things up a bit. She doesn’t necessarily need to follow the rules like everyone else, that’s what the council is afraid of. There is a lot of push and pull between Norah and the council. Makes for an interesting conflict.

The romance changes a bit in this book. A different kind of love triangle, Norah has a new interest this book.

The theme of what is evil really is interesting. Though there are named villains in the story. Some of the good guys seem more capable than they are of bad things.  Just because you don’t have the villain label, doesn’t mean you are not capable of evil things .It was an interesting twist.

The Sand –  There were more question than answers by the end of the book. I would have liked to have seen a little more resolution.

3.5 Pearls!

3.5 Stars

About Angela Parkhurst

I am the author of the Forgotten Fairytales series.
I love reading YA and NA books. I have 2 toddler boys, 2 mini doxins & I’m married to my high school sweetheart. I have an obsession with books, Disney, and am fueled by a wicked coffee addiction.

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