A Tale of the Five Hundred Kingdoms Volume 2: Fortune's Fool\The Snow Queen

A Tale of the Five Hundred Kingdoms Volume 2: Fortune's Fool\The Snow Queen

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NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author Mercedes Lackey continues to sparkle in a world with fractured fairytales. There are Happily Ever Afters�with some twists and turns along the way!

FORTUNE'S FOOL:
Though she's the seventh daughter of the Sea King, Ekaterina is better at being the family spy than a pampered princess. Her latest assignment matches her up with Sasha, the seventh son of a neighboring Kingdom. Known as a Fool, he's equally able to slip under the radar. But when Ekaterina is kidnapped by a possessive Jinn, she's got to get a little bit of help from fortune, a fool and a paper bird before taking down her captor!

THE SNOW QUEEN:
She has a heart of ice and isn't afraid to let everyone know it. But Aleksia, Queen of the Northern Lights, isn't evil. At least, not before an imposter starts using her name and powers for selfish ends. Teaming up with a mother searching for her son, and a girl searching for her lover, Aleksia will do whatever she has to in order to reclaim her good name….

Title:A Tale of the Five Hundred Kingdoms Volume 2: Fortune's Fool\The Snow Queen
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    A Tale of the Five Hundred Kingdoms Volume 2: Fortune's Fool\The Snow Queen Reviews

  • Susan

    Good storiesI really enjoyed Fortunes fool, the first story in this book. Moved fast and kept me entertained. The second story the Snow Queen, started real slow, I had a hard time getting into it. Onc...

  • Sheila Adams

    ­čĺś love love! The Five Hundred Kingdoms stories!!!Such a wonderful series, love the morals throughout and the twists put on old fairy tales! Would recommend to anyone, going or old!!...

  • Aimee

    Great as alwaysI had read Fortune's Fool before, and loved it as much the second time around. I had not read The Snow Queen, but found it delightful and romantic. I like seeing a Godmother take a lead...

  • William Howe

    1/2 and 1/2There is a lot of description and not a lot of action. I skipped some parts that seemed redundantly explanatory.FortuneÔÇÖs Fool was not great. Snow Queen was better....

  • Melissa

    Overall, I have enjoyed the first 4 books of Lackey's Five Hundred Kingdom series. I would actually give this 2 volume set a 3.5, but I cannot do so. Fortune's Fool I would give a 3 and The Snow Queen...