This is the fourth In the Land of Stories novel, for my reviews on the previous three, follow the links for book one, two, and three. This series doesn’t exist in a single long story, like some others do. Each one stands on its own, though the history of the previous one influences that later stories. They build on the original versions of fairy tales and intertwine in a great way. I love the way this one has started to incorporate even more types of stories!
It’s a great middle-grade book when you’re in the mood for one or doing the Read Harder challenge.