OUAT Book Suggestions

If you're a Once Upon a Time fan, check out these modern twists on classic fairytales.

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    For fans of Captain Hook

    Everyone knows Captain Hook is the bad guy. But what if it wasn’t that simple? In Lisa Jensen’s reimagining, a grown woman winds up in Neverland. She gives the privateer a shot at breaking his curse and escaping an eternity of dealing with Pan and his gang.

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    For Fans of Belle French

    Girl is captured, girl is dragged to mysterious place, girl falls in love with the harsh creature that captured her in the first place. Sound familiar? Sarah J. Maas is writing about a huntress named Feyre rather than a bookworm named Belle, and she’s taken to a magical world called Fae rather than a castle reachable on horseback, but the concept is the same.

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    For fans of Queen Regina

    Mirror, mirror, on the wall… This installment of The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer goes back to explore how Queen Levana transformed from the overshadowed, lonely second daughter of a royal family to a fierce villain who rules with an iron fist.

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    For fans of Queen Elsa:

    "Love is an open door.” Slated for release on Oct. 6, Elizabeth Rudnick explores the more intricate details of Anna and Han’s relationship.

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    For fans of Robin Hood

    Bran ap Brychan is heir to the throne of Elfael, but when his father is killed by invaders and the land is taken over, Bran flees to the woods of England. With his band of merry men, he becomes determined to reclaim his rightful throne and restore justice to his people. Stephen Lawhead includes less singing and more tactical planning.

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    For fans of Red Riding Hood

    Red’s grandmother has yet to be swallowed whole by the big, bad wolf — but she is very ill, and only magic can save her. Red sets out to find the magical solution to heal her granny, followed all the while by a wolf and a huntsman who are less interested in hurting Red than each other. Liesl Shurtliff’s newest book will be released on April 12.

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    For fans of Rumpelstiltskin

    Twelve-year-old Rump is tired of being poor and teased for his name. And then he makes a discovery — he can spin straw into gold. With this magic, however, comes a curse, sending Rump on a dangerous quest to break the spell.

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    For fans of Snow White and Aurora

    There’s a queen, there are some dwarfs, and there’s a princess who’s been cursed to sleep forever. But it’s not a prince or a brave knight who comes to save the fair maiden — it’s the queen herself on the night before her own wedding.

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