Endless: A Modern Cinderella Tale

Sydney lives her nightmares every night While other teenagers are dreaming of boys or traveling to exotic places, she must run a staircase with no beginning or no end, or a terrible debt will never be paid.Just before her seventeenth birthday, the dreams change She is no longer alone.But her nightmares don t end when she wakes up Her stepmother and stepsisters threatenSydney lives her nightmares every night While other teenagers are dreaming of boys or traveling to exotic places, she must run a staircase with no beginning or no end, or a terrible debt will never be paid.Just before her seventeenth birthday, the dreams change She is no longer alone.But her nightmares don t end when she wakes up Her stepmother and stepsisters threaten to ruin everything she holds dear She must protect the secret that both she and her father have magic or they will use it to their advantage.As Sydney learns to control her magic, what seemed impossible before escaping her stepmother and those ever present stairs is now at her fingertips When she learns the ultimate plan of her evil captor, Sydney must stop her at all costs, or she will forever be trapped inside her nightmares Weist weaves a tale of magic and whimsy that will delight fans of fantasy as well as the original fairy tale She stays true to Cinderella s roots while putting a modern spin on a classic This is a must read Juli Caldwell, author of Psyched
Endless A Modern Cinderella Tale Sydney lives her nightmares every night While other teenagers are dreaming of boys or traveling to exotic places she must run a staircase with no beginning or no end or a terrible debt will never be

  • Title: Endless: A Modern Cinderella Tale
  • Author: Jaclyn Weist
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 207
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “Endless: A Modern Cinderella Tale”

    1. Mousiey has another one for today. It is called "ENDLESS " by JACLYN WEST. I rec'd an ARC from the author Ms West in exchange for an honest opinion of her book. This is my mousiey's opinion of her very delightful and different read. I truly enjoyed reading her book so very much. She has such a way with her characters that you are able to connect with them . Even though the characters in the story are teenagers you can place yourself in their shoes going through there experiences. The scenes are [...]

    2. Magic in its truest form this Cinderella story is matchlessly written in this enchanted tale. Vivid detail draws you in quickly while absorbing readers to make them thoroughly involved in the scenes and experiences of mystical delight. Sydney is the perfect character in depicting the conflict while loyal readers will be feeling her pain as she attempts to resolve her ‘curse’. Weist has skillfully written yet another exceptional fairy tale where a modern situation intertwines with classic his [...]

    3. Perfect for a preteen This is an adorable Cinderella version. The story is quick, with simple language. Plot is pretty basic, and the overall story had a cute little underlying romantical crush. There were a few things that were kind of ridiculous, like how the father was so oblivious to how his step wife was treating his daughter, but for children 8-14, this would be an amusing tale. Definitely one that could be read aloud together as a family. Oh, and this Cinderella has magic. Very nice twist [...]

    4. Great twist to old fairytaleI really didn't want to put this down. This is a book that teens and adults both will enjoy from beginning to end. I would definitely recommend this to other readers.

    5. Okay I've been picky lately of giving 5 stars but this one was, well, I just loved it. A very clever take on a retelling of Cinderella. Well written and entertainingly with depth.

    6. This is the first time I'm reading a fairy tale theme book. I liked the plot, I just wish it was executed better. Somehow the writing was not as good as the plot outline. The character map was in he right direction but the details were annoying. Most of the things were explained by the end but I didn't understand:1. Why were these people constantly going shopping? 2. Why couldn't Luke message Syd about Sarah and clear up the misunderstanding?3. How did these people not see the Cinderella referen [...]

    7. Enjoyable storyI thoroughly enjoyed this story. It is a wonderful twist on an old classic and good for ages 12 and up.

    8. Fairytale magicA blend of old fashioned fairy tale and magic mixed in a modern setting. This tale is unusual and a perfect blend.

    9. I really liked the plot to this one! It was a super fun retelling of the Cinderella story. The reason I gave it 3 instead of 4 stars is because there was a rushed feeling and as a result, most of the supporting characters were under developed and events were rushed so that you felt you were just getting the basics to get you through the story. I found it hard to believe that she went to magic camp for a week and got EVERYTHING within the first try or two. She'd never studied magic (not that they [...]

    10. I love that this book was based on a recurring dream the author had. This unique take on Cinderella includes a little bit of magic and a curse that forces the main character, Sydney, to walk up and down a flight of stairs every night. Just like Sydney looks forward to heading off to magic camp for a week long break, I think we all dream of creating the perfect room, finding friends, and escaping from our lives for a bit. The romance is well placed and works to forward the plot not detract from i [...]

    11. Cute with a strong heroineThe plot is a little convoluted at times and the world-building (especially the magical elements) under formed but overall a pleasant read for the price. Would be a good pick for teens who enjoy fairy tales. Has the right touch of romance.

    12. Cute story but not well writtenI finished the book because the plot was decent but the way it was written wasn't great. Definitely not my favorite.

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