Harvard professor Robert Langdon receives an urgent late-night phone call while on business in ParisRead Review
Three narrators each tell their story - the writer who has the idea for a fairytale, Glory, a girl from the fairytale who works for the bad tempered princess and Nova, the reader of the fairytale.
Three perspectives and three stories flowing together.
I've never read a book constructed like this before; I really liked the way the author layered the stories; it has a post-modern feel to it. The layer of the author especially works well giving YA readers that often wished for look into the mind and processes of the author. (loved the rewritten chapter!)
The story/ies read along so smoothly but I expect connecting the three threads together was no easy task. Her characters in each story were believable, likable and worth spending time with.