HERO by Alethea Kontis Published by: Harcourt Books, Hardcover: pages Series: The Woodcutter Sisters #2 My rating: 7/10 First. Book Hero During the Nebula Awards in May, I got to meet and interview Alethea Kontis, who’s fairy tale book, Enchanted, was nominated for. Hero by Alethea Kontis, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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It’s all basically just one look and they knew their meant hhero be together. Jun 21, Krista Wright rated it really liked it. A mishmash of fairy tale stories, with not more than 50 pages total worth of plot between them. At a glance I was excited about finally reading about a character I can really relate to.

This is overall a PG book and perfectly appropriate for the target audience. It was also fun to see the characters from Enchanted involved again, Sunday and Rumbold, Velius and the other Woodcutters.

Peregrine is another story. For one, she’s boy crazy.

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heroo Their dreams had gone from the beaches of Arilland to the palace ballroom and no further. Click here to read and enter! Nov 24, Barry Simiana rated it it was amazing. Her first conversation with them was about dreams with pirates and flying and she refers to them as her “darlings. I hope the planets align again sooner than seven years from now.



I love the theme of loyalty in this book. There is humor throughout as well and some witty dialogue too.

Quinn—who also has a permanent art installation on my fridge—has lately been into collage work. Books by Alethea Kontis. The other cover has nothing to do with the books real At a Glance: Tristan and his brothers made me laugh as they behaved very much like a family with their comments and various personalities. I could not stop reading this book. Saturday is a heroine in her own right but at the kohtis of the hero.

She is supported by an equally strong male, whose strength is not derived from his masculinity.

FTF Book Review: Alethea Kontis – Hero

Starting right now — Review quote “Mightily entertaining. It takes skill to create such a powerful, exhilarating, and beautiful novel, and for that I applaud Alethea!

This is one of those books where you can’t help but smile at the end. Yay for no insta-love in a fairy tale! In conclusion, the writing continued to be amazing, the world building is still perfect and Alethea Kontis managed, once again, to write a really great book. And in trying to oontis it, she is snatched up by an eagle and deposited into the clutches of a lorelei, an evil demon who is determined to really destroy the world.

The subtitle or whatever you call it on the cover reads “Does romance have to be part of the adventure? It was PG but in a good way.

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And worst is her insta-love interest has no special defining character. Not konris mention, the friendship between Peregrine and his chimera friend cleverly named Betwixt fills even the early pages with a bro-mance that feels genuine and more fully-realized than many friendships in YA.


Friday is a kind and sweet soul, with the ability to feel what others feel. There will also be spinoff novellas of “The Trix …more There are seven books total in the Woodcutter Sisters series arc–one book for each sister. There was a problem adding your email address. Well the cover you all see above is not the cover I saw.

Not so bad, in the grand scheme of things. And naturally, of course, I hate the waiting!

As with the other two books, the love story is beautiful: I really really liked Tristan – he is sweet as well, and protective and considerate and charming.

After I finished Enchanted I was looking forward to read this book, as I want to know the Woodcutter girl who doesn’t like to go to the ball and wearing beautiful gown. What do you think about the many aletheq of Hero?

Spends chapters mooning over her. The book is much clearer than its predecessor, without the fumbling foreshadowing or weird, intermixed characters.