Book Name: Fable (An Unfortunate Fairy Tale #3)
Author: Chanda Hahn
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
My Rating: 5 out of 5
Format: Kindle eBookGoodreads’s Words: Book 3 in the UnEnchanted Series. All that glitters is not gold. When something precious is stolen from sixteen-year-old Mina Grime, she will do anything in her power to get it back, even if it means traveling to the dangerous Fae plane and battling one of the strongest fairy-tale villains yet. However, nothing can prepare Mina for the dangerous obstacles she will face in the Fae world, or the choices she must make when love and life are on the line.
My Words: Chanda Hahn does not disappoint in the 3rd installment of the Unfortunate Fairy Tale series. In Fable too, Mina is reeling from the losses caused due to the quest in book 2. Her longtime crush and her best friend are going around or rather the story is making things difficult for Mina by bringing together Brody and Nan. In her disappoint, Mina tries to keep away from any signs of a quest thrown in her way by the story. Unfortunately this is just what makes the story or rather Teague do something awful that she cannot ignore.
In this book too, Mina has to do all the unthinkable things like, making a deal with yet another fae whose family is well known for cunningly dealing with people, face obstacles thrown in her way by the story, bear Ever and Savannah White’s loathing, lose her home, deal with a heart-breaking loss and actually go to the dangerous fae plane to get back what is hers. Luckily she still has her friends, her godmothers, an unlikely aide in Ever and of course Jared to make sure she survives.
This book is really an amazing read. It has humor (Mina and Jared’s scenes are hilarious), action, and a great story line with shocking twists. Fable reveals more about the history of the Grimm curse, and also throws some light on Mina’s father story. We also get to see the Fae plane and why the Fae are so interested in the human world. Mina is a great central character and shows her strength increasing in every book.
The twist in the end was a really a shocker and a terrible one at that! I cant imagine how Mina is going to survive without her only weapon! Like the first two, I highly recommend this book to all ages, especially those that love fairy tales! This is an absolute 5 out of 5 for me!