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She’s not a princess . . . but then, he’s no prince.

Polyhymnia is deep in enchanted sleep. High in a tower, behind an impenetrable barrier of magical thorns, she sleeps, dreams, and falls ever deeper into her curse.
Woken by a kiss, Poly finds herself in an alien world where three hundred years have passed and everyone she

She’s not a princess . . . but then, he’s no prince.

Polyhymnia is deep in enchanted sleep. High in a tower, behind an impenetrable barrier of magical thorns, she sleeps, dreams, and falls ever deeper into her curse.
Woken by a kiss, Poly finds herself in an alien world where three hundred years have passed and everyone she has ever known is dead. Luck, the enchanter who woke her, seems to think she is the princess. Understandable, since he found her asleep on the princess’ bed, in the royal suite, and dressed in the princess’ clothes.
Who cursed Poly? Why is someone trying to kill her and Luck? Why can’t she stop falling asleep?
And why does her hair keep growing?

Sometimes breaking the curse is just the beginning of the journey.
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    Sylvia Mercedes

    I’m offering a giveaway for a paperback copy of this AMAZING book on my website! Along with a hardbound copy of “Strange the Dreamer,” another incredible read. Visit my page to enter the giveaway. Open to everyone, including internationals!

    So you know how I said I read HOWL’S MOVING CASTLE as a kid, loved it, and now spend my reading life trying to find books that can somehow recapture THAT feeling?

    W.R. Gingell’s Spindle is, BY FAR, the closest thing I’ve found to match!

    It’s certainly not th

    So you know how I said I read HOWL’S MOVING CASTLE as a kid, loved it, and now spend my reading life trying to find books that can somehow recapture THAT feeling?

    W.R. Gingell’s Spindle is, BY FAR, the closest thing I’ve found to match!

    It’s certainly not the same plot. It’s not the same characters. But it is so much of the same STYLE and MAGIC and MOOD and WHIMSY, that I could almost believe I was reading a Diana Wynne Jones novel! Only Gingell maintains her own distinct voice all the while.

    Okay, before I lose myself in gushing, let’s get on to the review . . .

    WHAT I LOVED

    Well, obviously, I loved that it gave me all those throw-back Diana Wynne Jones feels. This book, though written in a contemporary style, has that old school feel that I just love. There’s richness to the language that isn’t flowery or overblown but just . . . clever, somehow. And addictively readable. Honestly, you can’t separate the writing from the story with this book, because the plot wouldn’t be as good without the distinctive writing style, and the writing style wouldn’t work without this plot. It’s such a perfect marriage of the two!

    Poly–I loved the heroine. She’s smart and capable without being too overly plucky or abrasive. I love how her soft heart is revealed via her interactions with Onepiece (the puppy . . . who’s not really a puppy . . .), and her growing bond with him was one of my favorite parts of the book. Her relationship with Luck, the enchanter who rescued her from her three hundred year sleep, was SUPER fun to watch unfold.

    Luck was also tremendously fun. He’s a bit like Howl, he’s a bit like Doctor Who . . . and he’s a bit obnoxious, to be honest! But that’s all part of his charm, ultimately. I can totally sympathize with the heroine wanting to slap him half the time! But . . . yeah, he can be pretty dreamy too . . . in a totally NOT standard sort of way . . .

    The plot was crazy twisty-turny, and I couldn’t possibly begin to describe it here without dropping major spoilers. Suffice it to say, Gingell expects her readers to be SMART. She drops clues and hints and plot threads early, and she expects her readers to remember them when those threads come back later. She doesn’t spoon-feed her readers but believes in their ability to keep up with her. And I LOVE it.

    WHAT I DIDN’T LIKE SO MUCH

    Well, obviously I gave this book five stars, so there wasn’t a whole lot I disliked! But it did have it’s problems, I’ll acknowledge. There were plot threads that never did quite make sense. A few storylines that I looked forward to seeing how they’d work in and resolve that never quite . . . did. That was a wee bit frustrating, I won’t lie.

    But I’m not going to knock a star for it because I just enjoyed the read so very, very much. And I fully intend to read everything else Gingell has written or will write, because she is just my kind of author! I bought this book directly after reading MASQUE (her Beauty and the Beast retelling), and I will probably go buy BLACKFOOT (another retelling) soon now as well, because I won’t be able to wait long before diving back into the crazy, magical, wonderful world of the Two Monarchies.

    This book, along with all the other books I read for May and June, is up for my Book of the Month award . . . which is technically going to be my Book of Two Months award this time, since I’m squishing two months together due to lack of reading time in May. (Sorry!)

    Whichever book I pick as my Book of the Month I’ll be giving away to one lucky mailing list subscriber! So be sure to sign up if you’d like a chance to win!
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    Lauren (Shakespeare & Whisky)

    Awesome indie book. First few chapters where a little rough. But as it went along the story was engaging enough to override the poor prose. This is the second time recently I have read and loved an indie book. (The other is The Silence of Medair and you should check it out as well).

    The story was sweet and funny, the relationship between Onepiece and Poly was a delight and the dialogue, after an indifferent beginning, gets very snappy and funny once the author is in her stride.

    Will fix up later,

    The story was sweet and funny, the relationship between Onepiece and Poly was a delight and the dialogue, after an indifferent beginning, gets very snappy and funny once the author is in her stride.

    Will fix up later, today is the weekend… so it’s already the middle of the week and I still haven’t finished this. Oops…

    As this is a lesser known indie I’ll explain a bit what it is about:

    PREMISE

    The MC, Polly is awoken from a sleeping beauty style spell. She is mistaken for a princess. She was actually a lady in waiting. As the book progresses we discover more of why and how this happened.

    Her parents are missing, caught up in some unfortunate magic, but they do their best to protect Polly. Polly is bookish, unsure of herself and wears glasses. She has been pushed around a lot.

    She is found by an enchanter, Luck, who is rude, indifferent and thoughtless (think a young Einstein) and they soon adopt a magical puppy called Onepiece. Polly actively forgets anything related to her past and the spell that put her to sleep. It’s important to keep this in mind because it was a little confusing a first until I worked out what was going on. This made for some very amusing situations and dialogue.


    “Oh, is that what they are? Do you wake up a lot of cursed girls, then?” “Spindle.”
    “What?”
    “Spindle.”
    “What spi– ow! Let me go! What is that? Where did it come from?” “Well, this is just ridiculous,” said Luck.”

    The plot then revolves around the consequences of Polly (a presumed royal) being awoken.

    PROSE

    Not gonna lie- it starts off very rough. The first few chapters particularly are very over written. The author uses 10 words when 5 would suffice and often adds awkward qualifiers. It was so bad near the beginning that I almost DNFed it but it improved as the story went along.

    Honestly I probably became more forgiving as I became engaged in the plot and characters.

    CHARACTERS

    Polly, Onepiece and Luck are great, original characters. I read indie books because I love finding fresh, original stories about weird, unusual characters. Usually I rage quit within a few chapters due to intolerable writing quality but occasionally I find a book with something so great, important or fun that I remember why I keep trying indie books. This is one such book. Polly is a bit of a speshul snowflake but that’s ok. This is a fairytale retelling, and don’t mind an OP character as long as their powers don’t turn them into plot breakers.

    Whenever I find an awesome indie I just want to scream READ, READ, READ. I appreciate what they are trying to do and although they don’t always reach the technical proficiency they could with a production team behind them, they occasionally tell genre and style defying stories.

    If you are the sort of reader who doesn’t get too hung up on prose this story and Silence of Medair (referenced above), or anything by Grace Draven would be decent books to start with in the indie fantasy genre.
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    Tressa (Wishful Endings)

    I think I just found a new favorite author. I loved Spindle that much! I’ve been thinking about how to put into words this crazy, eccentric, magical, steady roller-coaster (yep, those two descriptors don’t make sense when you read them like that, but if you read this story you would understand) story and failing at the exact proper words. I will do my best.

    The characters. I loved Poly. She is Luck’s rock to his crazy forgetfulness (although it’s really more of a focus that he has because his bra

    The characters. I loved Poly. She is Luck’s rock to his crazy forgetfulness (although it’s really more of a focus that he has because his brain is always going and he see’s things when you think he doesn’t see them, but he really does). She’s very smart, which also is a match to Luck’s. And powerful, compassionate, kind, fierce (when she needs to be), and all around likable. Now, I’ve already brought up Luck. He’s all over the place, both figuratively and physically. I could see how he could get on Poly’s nerves (and mine sometimes), but it was really just the portion he let others see. He has such an amazing mind, is powerful, loyal, and a little sly. I loved how he pushed and prodded Poly without her even knowing that’s what he was doing and vice versa (although I think he knew what she was doing, but wanted to let her do it). I loved how well they work together and the constant sparks that fly between them – how they stand up to each other and go through some serious stuff together and how it makes them stronger. Together.

    Then you have this crazy and amazing fantasy world. It shifted and changed and was something different depending on where you were. There were interesting characters, scenery, and magic. Sometimes it stretched my brain trying to keep up with it all.

    Finally, the plot. It was steady, while also having intense moments, and also having this tension that kept building and building. I literally felt I was going to explode if it wasn’t ALL explained or if Polly didn’t regain ALL her memories or if they didn’t figure it ALL out… I laughed in several spot, sighed in others, even wanted to cry a few times. And then the ending… So. Freaking. Good. Perfect for this book.

    Seriously. If you enjoy fantasy, Alice in Wonderland (and remakes of such since this one reminded me of that type of story), and stories that drive you crazy in a good way, then grab Spelled. Now I need to see about getting my hands on the other two books I’ve seen like this one: Wolfskin and Masque.

    Content: Clean
    Source: I would like to thank the author for my complimentary copy, which did not affect my review in any way.
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