Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Book Review - Shadow of the Bear

Like Catholic fiction? How about fairytales? With The Shadow of the Bear by Regina Doman, you get both! A fairytale set in modern time, Regina takes you on through the classic fairytale of Rose Red and Snow White.

                                                 "Once upon a time... In New York City, a young, secretive street tough who calls himself, Bear, lands on the doorstep of two teenaged sisters. On the one hand Rose is delighted with his surprising knowledge of literature, poetry, and music; on the other hand Blanche is afraid of his apparent connections to drugs, murder, and a hidden treasure. Even as Blanche learns to trust him, her fears that Bear's friendship threatens their family prove terrifyingly true."  ~back cover of Shadow of the Bear

One of the best books I have ever read, a really hard to put down novel! Not meant for the younger audiences, as it does deal with some adult topics, for you younger readers I recommend for you the picky parent's guide to the Shadow of the Bear. If you want to find out more about the book (including the first chapter of the book free) check out Regina Doman's website Fairytale Novels. Stay tune for more Reviews!  

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