Polly Shulman: The Grimm Legacy

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Ing this book or not definitely read it You won t hate it and it is a good read Just don t expect from the book than it is A book about an average girl who is working for a repository with magical items that has recently had thefts and she teams p with some friends to try and save the day There is something rather grand about finding a new good book to read And it is always disappointing to discover that the new good book isn t all that good The Grimm Legacy by Polly Shulman was wonderfully writen for the most part The dialogue was weak in a few areas and the plot was too slow in some spots and too fast in others but these issues were easily forgotten as I continued reading But as is inevitable in modern teen lit the author decided that her charming story couldn t go on without at least one reference to sex Or two Are teenagers really that low Can we truly not read anything without needing a titillating reference to birds and bees Are we as brainless as that Why can we not enjoy a beautifully crafted innocent exciting story without some sort of adult theme dragged in nnecessarily We deserve credit I would have sincerely enjoyed this book if the author had not decided randomly shock her audience with risue images The charm of her modern fairy tale ickly spun into yet another steamy teen romance I must admit I am I Do, Two uite frustrated with the whole Young Adult genre in general having condescending adults shove tripe down my throat does not appeal to me in the least Would I write this book off as a failure No The author truly has talent and her story in general was enjoyable Unfortunately she saw fit to include two or three scenes which completely drew attention away from the plot and toward a relationship that was infatuation than true romance It would have merited a four or five star rating from me if not for this tiresome cliche plot device being yet again dredgedp by Shulman I really liked Enthusiasm and was so pleased to get an ARC of Ms Shulman s next book It exceeded my expectations there s humor some romance fairy tales and folklore Acts of Bravery and best of all librarians seriously librariansElizabeth is a semi Cinderella wicked stepsisters are in college and they re really annoying than wicked doing chores and trying to fit in at her new school When the opportunity arises for her to work as a page at the New York Circulating Material Repository she takes it and that s when the adventures begin Forget the magical aura of some of the objects this is a pretty neat place to work filled with pneumatic tubes. In the repository's basement lies the Grimm Collection a room of magical items straight from the Grimm Brother's fairy tales But the magic mirrors and seven league boots and other items ar.

This book was in no way a bad book but it wasn t altogether great either At times I really thought I liked it and then there were others when it fell to okay Overall I would give it about a 27 stars because at times I was intriguedIf I had to give this book a one word description I would say cheesy I could think of others as well but right now cheesy comes to mind The book is about a girl named Elizabeth who writes a paper over the Brothers Grimm and is recommended a job at a rather special repository which if you don t know what that is like me is just a library for objects where people can check things out Only this repository is special for it has magical objects that can be borrowed Now when I first saw the pretty amazing cover and read the title The Grimm Legacy I was hooked immediately I know it s going to be about magic and it just looks like a great book The only problem is I don t think the book lived She Weeps Each Time Youre Born up to its potential in the slightest With an idea where you can have magical items being introduced into the real world fairy tales coming alive or any number of strange occurences the plot of this book is simply that some of the objects are going missing And the number one suspect is a giant bird Yeah I expected this to be a magical story full of things you expect in fantasy but instead I was given a book about completely ordinary things with a tiny amount of magic being a part of it I just don t feel that the magical aspect of this book wastilized as it could have been There are far too few instances where the magical items are even Warheart (Sword of Truth, used Mentioned Yes The plot of the book Sure But reallysed shown and described Not really At one point a magical table is the gibson used to make food And I think that was the height of the magicalses Besides my overall disappointment over the lack of magic this was still a good book albeit a little cheesy The book has kids in love with each other jealousy betrayal and such that are in many books I don t want to say the book was bad but I can t completely say it was great It was just Bad Things in the Night undertilized If that makes any sense I think this book had amazing potential and instead it went down a conventional path that really could have been told without magic completely with only a few minor changes But there still wasnt a moment where I wanted to completely stop reading because it wasn t good enough I never got to the I can t put this down moment we all as readers look for in a book but it was a good book that simply made me feel that it could have been so much If you are considering read. Elizabeth has just started working as a page at the New York Circulating Material Repository a lending library of objects contemporary and historical common and obscure And secret too for.

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With which reuests are sent to the stacks and objects sent to the Mai I was pretty sure I d go 4 stars on this one but finally had to go 3 I mean I know it s a YA book I know that the protagonists are young but there s something that when it shows Diana (Sunfire, up in a read that simply drives me crazyHave you ever seen that TV commercial where the voice over says When you re in a horror movie you make really bad decisions The people are arguing about what to do Should they hide in the attic hide in the cellar Then one if them says why can t we get in the running car and the guy says Are you crazy Let s hide behind the chainsawsThere comes a time about halfway into this novel where the kids They r MsShulman totally gets fairy tale readers When I finised this book I thought Now why didn t I think of that Elizabeth at the moment is friendless Her best friend has moved to California and she is still trying to get accustomed to her new home situation new stepmother and two step sisters who thankfully are at a college now Things start to shift when Elizabeth decides to do her paper in history over the Grimm fairy tales Elizabeth s history teacher gives her a recommendation to work at a library But she will find out this is not like any library she has ever been to in this library you can check out magical objects which of course opensp a whole can of troubleWhile working at the library she gets to meet the other pages Anjali beautiful and nice Marc star athlete and super good looking and Andrew serious caring and funny The pages with the help of some younger siblings will have to solve the mystery of the missing objects in the library They find out soon enough that to find lost magic you have to The Woman in the Wall use magic Suffice to say it s beyond interesting to see how they pull this offI really REALLY had the deep need to be able to read the entire book I had to turn it in the next day and I readp till the last minute so I could feed the need to know what happened I am so glad I did There were a few fairy tales mentioned in the story that I never heard of and it s always a plus to find out something you didn t know about The one thing I enjoyed the most other than the idea of the library was the dynamic between the characters It s The Golden Vortex uncertain but still heart warming If you are looking for an original idea this is it The only reason why I docked off a star was because I would have liked to have seen how Elizabeth s homelife developed I will definitely read of this author s writingOk so can anybody give me any idea how to get this job Seriously. E starting to disappear And before she knows it she and her fellow pages handsome Marc perfect Anjali and brooding Aaron are suddenly caughtp in an exciting and dangerous magical adventu.

Polly Shulman has edited and written articles about books infinity edible jellyfish planets circuses and many other subjects for the New York Times Science Salon and many other publications She is an alumna of Yale where she majored in math She puts cayenne pepper in her chocolate cookies and reads forgotten books with frontispieces In high school she worked as a page at the New York P