The Evil Queen audiobook
A DREAM COME TRUE.... AND A LIVING NIGHTMARE.
Far, far away, in the realm of Enchantia, creatures of legend still exist, magic is the norm and fairy tales are real. Except, fairy tales aren’t based on myths and legends of the past - they are prophecies of the future.
Raised in the mortal realm, Everly Morrow has no idea she’s a real-life fairy-tale princess - until she manifests an ability to commune with mirrors.
Look. See.... What will one peek hurt?
Soon, a horrifying truth is revealed. She is fated to be Snow White’s greatest enemy, the Evil Queen.
With powers beyond her imagination or control, Everly returns to the land of her birth. There, she meets Roth Charmaine, the supposed Prince Charming. Their attraction is undeniable, but their relationship is doomed. As the prophecy unfolds, Everly faces one betrayal after another, and giving in to her dark side proves more tempting every day. Can she resist, or will she become the queen - and villain - she was born to be?
The battle between good and evil is on.
Everly Morrow thought she was a normal teen with normal teen problems: a smart kid, socially outcast, hanging on til graduation. What she didn’t expect was to be magical or to not even be from the human realm, but from Enchantia, a realm where fairy tales are real and so are all the monsters that haunt them. After accidentally killing her mother, Everly finds herself navigating this strange world without any preparation. The only thing she knows to be true is she has to find her sister and not become the prophesied evil queen.
Then enters Prince Roth Charmaine. That’s right, Prince Charming in the flesh. Everly can’t seem to resist the pull he has over her. However any relationship they have is doomed from the start by prophecy, or is it? I loved their interactions. Everly pushed Roth’s buttons, and he did the same right back. Their chemistry is undeniable from the moment they meet, but Everly doesn’t have time to focus on that. She has to save her sister.
I half-listened, half-read this one. As always, Caitlin Kelly’s narration is spot on! She is fantastic. I never have a problem figuring out which character is speaking at the time when Kelly narrates. Her subtle inflections and pitch changes bring the characters and story to life.
Overall I really enjoyed The Evil Queen. I love how the author twisted the original story and created a wholly new one. I can’t wait to read more of this series. I highly recommend this one to anyone that enjoys YA fantasy and retellings.
-Unique retelling of Snow White