A novel by Alyssa Near With illustrations by Courtney Brimms ★★★★★ Fairytales for Wilde Girls, by contemporary Australian author Allyse Near, manages the impressive feat of sacrificing neither gritty reality nor whimsical fairytale in the world it weaves and the characters that inhabit it. A bubblegum gothic coming-of-age narrative that centres itself firmly in the… Continue reading ENID Reviews… Fairytales for Wilde Girls
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