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I’ve been obsessing over the Kingdom of Fairytales books. The prequel shows the end of the fairy tales and the main stories take place a generation later. Grab the prequel book for free here to try it out. If you have Kindle Unlimited, you can read everything in the series for free.
The main books consist of a series of 4 novellas for each fairytale. Each set of 4 seems to be something that can be read without any prior knowledge of the other books, and without any serious spoilers. Though I suspect that the final set of 4 will tie everything together.
I’m not sure how to share everything I’m excited about in these books without spoiling things, so I’m sorry if I come off as too vague in my brief introductions to each part.
The books start with Sleeping Beauty which you can find here. This set of four follows Sleeping Beauty’s oldest child, Azia.
Next in the timeline, we get Blaise, the daughter of The Little Mermaid. This is the book I started with when I first discovered the series. You can find the series page here.
After that, we get Castiel, son to Little Red Riding Hood. Here is the series link.
The next set of books mixes things up because the main character was not exactly raised by Rapunzel. But Deon does have a close connection to her. Check this series out here.
In the Rumplestiltskin series of books, we get Eliana. This one threw in a twist that in hindsight I’m surprised I didn’t see coming because it is just so fitting for the story. You can find the series link here.
That’s the end of everything that is currently published, though I’ll likely come back and update the rest as they come out and I read them. It looks like every book is planned to be released about a week apart, making the time between each series of books just under a month.
The first book in the Beauty and the Beast set will be coming out tomorrow. The series link is here. I’m really excited about this one since it’s one of my favorite fairytales. Right now, I’m still on the fence about whether I want to start reading it immediately or wait until after the 4th book is available in June.
After that they have Aladdin, then Cinderella, two of my absolute favorite fairytales. Next in the schedule is Alice in Wonderland, then the Wizard of Oz, Snow White, and Peter Pan. I’ve included the links to all of these series pages under their names.
The last set of four, I’m assuming will be something original that ties everything else together and finishes the overarching plotline. It’s labeled Urbis, which is a place in the Kingdom of Fairytales world. Currently, there is no preorder link available. Looking at the schedule for everything else, I assume that the last book will be available in late December.
If you’ve read any of these books, I’d love to hear what you think. Let me know in the comments below.
Until next time,
I have now read the entire series (technically, I finished in December, but I’m only now updating this). I really enjoyed each of the individual characters’ series, some more than others. The final set of four books was good, but I didn’t enjoy it nearly as much as the rest. I was hoping for each character from the previous series to get a point of view, but the bulk of it was in Azia and Derillian’s points of view. Although there was nothing actually wrong with the books, I think I built my expectations a little too high for the Urbis series. This was the only series without a link in my original post. If you are interested in finding it, here is the link.
I have updated the first series link to take you to the box set version of that series instead of the collection of individual books because it is less expensive than buying each book separately. Blaise and Castiel’s books are currently on preorder for the box set, so I have not updated those, but I will later. I assume all of the books will eventually be available as a box set.