[ PDF / Epub ] ☉ Fortunes Folly Author Deva Fagan – Valtrex-4.us

Fortunes Folly Ever Since Her Mother Died And Her Father Lost His Shoemaking Skills, Fortunata Has Survived By Telling Fake Fortunes But When She S Tricked Into Telling A Grand Fortune For A Prince, She Is Faced With The Impossible Task Of Fulfilling Her Wild Prophecy Or Her Father Will Be Put To Death.Now Fortunata Has To Help Prince Leonato Secure A Magic Sword, Vanquish A Wicked Witch, Discover A Long Lost Golden Shoe, And Rescue The Princess Who Fits It If Only She Hadn T Fallen In Love With The Prince Herself

[ PDF / Epub ] ☉ Fortunes Folly  Author Deva Fagan – Valtrex-4.us
  • Hardcover
  • 260 pages
  • Fortunes Folly
  • Deva Fagan
  • English
  • 07 February 2017
  • 0805087427

    10 thoughts on “[ PDF / Epub ] ☉ Fortunes Folly Author Deva Fagan – Valtrex-4.us


  1. says:

    It s taken me awhile to formulate my review for this one as I have a lot of mixed feelings Overall, I enjoyed reading the book but not nearly as much as I hoped I would Interestingly enough, some of the things I most enjoyed at certain points were also things that frustrated or annoyed me at others For example, I thought the premise of Fortunata having to lie and tell fortunes to keep her and her father alive was really interesting but I felt she carried those lies farther than she needed to It s taken me awhile to formulate my review for this one as I have a lot of mixed feelings Overall, I enjoyed reading the book but not nearly as much as I hoped I would Interestingly enough, some of the things I most enjoyed at certain points were also things that frustrated or a...


  2. says:

    I loved this book It was what some would call charming It was clean, funny, magical, and best of all happy.Nata, as her father calls her, is very down to earth She stopped believing in magic ever since her mother died And who could blame her because her life has been anything but a fairytale All she has left in the world is her father,...


  3. says:

    This is a wonderful fairy tale for older children It s not a twisted fairy tale, but a story that takes itself with just the right amount of seriousness It s a terrific story with interesting characters.I love the main character, a girl on the cusp of womanhood, who s a skeptic and doesn t believe in magic Fortunata makes a very unusual fairy tale character in part because of her lack of belief.The ending was exactly as I expected, but that did not in any way diminish the fun of reading this, This is a wonderful fairy tale for older children It s not a twisted fairy tale, but a s...


  4. says:

    This was cute, but I guess a little slight in the end I generally enjoy stories that walk the line of Is this magic or not , so I enjoyed that aspect, but everything wrapped up too quickly And the love story wasn t developed enough.


  5. says:

    Fortunata has a name with a lot of weight and meaning to it, and unknowingly she will have a profession to fit it Nothing has been the same since Nata s mother died Her father can no longer make his legendary beautiful shoes, and they struggle to keep food in their bellies Things change for them when Nata angers a Captain and they must flee Valenzia This is where the real adventure begins and we see how she transforms to the All Knowing Fortunata This romance, adventure, fantasy story has a Fortunata has a name with a lot of weight and meaning to it, and unknowingly she will have a profession to fit it Nothing has been the same since Nata...


  6. says:

    A magical tale with a perfect heroine, a stuttering but sweet and handsome prince, with a quest to fulfill a prophecy, to find a weapon, to defeat a witch, so that they can retrieve a golden slipper and save a princess This is obviously no easy quest.Quick Overview Fortunata has had a hard few years since her mother died Her father, once called the finest shoemaker in Valenzia can no longer make a shoe that is anything less than hideous Since her mother s death her father says that the fairie A magical tale with a perfect heroine, a stuttering but sweet and handsome prince, with a quest to fulfill a prophecy, to find a weapon, to defeat a witch, so that they can retrieve a golden slipper and save a princess This is obviously no easy quest.Quick Overview Fortunata has had a hard few years since her mother died Her father, once called the finest shoemaker in Valenzia can no longer make a shoe that is anything less than hideous Since her mother s death her father says that the fairies no longer clean his tools and leave their magic, but Fortunata is smart enough to know that there is no magic Through a series of unfortunate events or fortunate, depending on the way you see things Fortunata must lie by telling fortunes When she is forced into the situation of telling the fortune of a prince, she must see that her wild fo...


  7. says:

    Fortunata and her father fall on hard times and must travel with a heartless group of performers to make a living Fortunata is taught the art of fortune telling and makes her living thus But, when she finally has to tell a very grand and important fortune she must make sure the fortune comes true or risk her father s life.There were some good things about this book that I really enjoyed The endings were far less predictable than I d expected, and for that I was grateful and surprised I did Fortunata and her father fall on hard times and must travel with a heartless group of performers to make a living Fortunata is taught the art of fortune telling and makes her living thus But, when she finally has to tell a very grand and important fortune she must make sure the fortune comes true or risk her father s life.There were some good things about this book that I really enjoyed The endings were far less predictable than I d expected, and for that I was grateful and surprised I did like the characters, and thought Fagan did an admirable job of making them unique from each other.The second half of this book definitely moved faster than the first It started for me slow and fairly uneventful That said, I did feel the ending was wrapped up too quickly, and would have liked the ta das each to have a bigger moment And, unfortunately, for much of the book I couldn t get passed the fact that our heroine was telling lies Yes, I understand that she had t...


  8. says:

    Great fun A resourceful and clever heroine with a sense of homor, a hero with hidden depths, some interesting unusual minor characters, an unexpected plot development or two, and a blend of magic and would be magic


  9. says:

    I seem to have been on an original fairy tale kick lately not that it s a bad thing, if the books are as enjoyable as this one Fortune s Folly is about a young girl, Fortunata, who falls in with a group of performers and is taught the fine art of fake fortune telling When she makes a prophecy for a young prince, she doesn t know that the specifications of the prophecy must come true in order for him to take the throne Fortunata finds herself accompanying Leonato on a journey to find a magi I seem to have been on an original fairy tale kick lately not that it s a bad thing, if the books are as enjoyable as this one Fortune s Folly is about a young girl, Fortunata, who falls in with a group of performers and is taught the fine art of fake fortune telling When she makes a prophecy for a young prince, she doesn t know that the specifications of the prophecy must come true in order for him to take the throne Fortunata finds herself accompanying Leonato on a journey to find a magic sword, recover a golden slipper from a wicked witch, and find the princess so he can marry her But Fortunata is developing feelings for Leonato herself.I ve always loved fairy tales, but it used to be difficult to find ones with the kind of strong and clever heroines I also enjoyed ...


  10. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here writing this with my daughter Plot summary Fortunata searches to find ways to keep herself and her father aliveMajor themes love, lies truth, servitude, magic, Writing style and plot flow first person, uses the word huzzah a lot, writing gets quite sappy near the end, plot moved along well, with plenty of conflict and resolution and a few nice plot twistsComments Many references to the saints, but they don t feel real to the readerlike superstitious figures just a cultural way t writing this with my daughter Plot summary Fortunata searches to find ways to keep herself and her father aliveMajor themes love, lies truth, servitude, magic, Writing style and plot flow first person, uses the word huzzah a lot, writing gets quite sappy near the end, plot moved along well, with plenty of conflict and resolution and a few nice plot twistsComments Many references to the saints, but they don t feel real to the readerlike superstitious figures just a cultural way to speak Liked both ...

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