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The Midnight Dancers: A Fairy Tale Retold

by Regina Doman

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    Waking Rose by Regina Doman (MinniBooks)
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    The Shadow Of The Bear by Regina Doman (MinniBooks)
    MinniBooks: Amazing book! Be sure to read 'Shadow of the Bear' ,'Black As Night', and 'Waking Rose' also!
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A wonderful modern retelling of 'The Twelve Dancing Princesses'. It's a great addition to the already wonderful fairytalenovel series which includes: 'The Shadow of the Bear', 'Black As Night', and 'Waking Rose'. Best for teenagers, not younger girls.

Innuendo: Not a problem. There is a scene that's important to the plot but I can't give it away.

Violence: Some guys beat each other up

Swearing: Maybe a few mild curses

Drinking, Drugs, or Smoking: Some drinking, smoking, and mention of drugs (All important for the plot!)

Age Appropriate: Probably not for those younger than 13 or 14.

Similar/Better books: There is nothing like this series ( )
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To my very own siblings,
Alicia, Martin, David, Jessy,
John, Paul, Maria, Joseph and Anna
So glad to have all of you.

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Paul felt a prickle in his spine as he set down his duffle bag at the airstrip.
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Rachel Durham, 18, is tired of her father and stepmother's staid morality and pristine prosperity. The summer of her senior year, she's more than ready for a walk on the wild side, and the door opens - literally - when she and her eleven sisters and stepsisters discover a secret passageway out of their historic home on the Chesapeake Bay.… (more)

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