Book Review: The Beauty Thief by Rachael Ritchey

E. Rawls’ Review of The Beauty Thief. 🙂 Enjoy!

E.E. Rawls Writes

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Book Description: 

In the Twelve Realms there lives a man who covets life. He lurks in the shadows, intent upon stealing that which sustains his perpetual existence: true beauty. Princess Caityn’s loveliness reaches from what the eye sees to the very marrow of her soul. The thief’s covetous heart desires the life her beauty possesses and will stop at nothing to take it all.

I give 4/4.5 stars out of 5

This is a lovely book and an enjoyable read. A new fairytale classic. It begins a little slow, depending on what you consider slow (everyone is different) and peaceful, where everything seems wonderful and a dream come true for Princess Caityn. But the peace doesn’t last long. The Princess is attacked one fateful evening, as the person known as the Beauty Thief steals away what is most precious to her: her inner beauty. And since that moment, she becomes an empty shell of…

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22 thoughts on “Book Review: The Beauty Thief by Rachael Ritchey

            1. Yes we must IBFF! A great phrase like that should not be forgotten. Plus when I finally set foot on American shores I can start using all these ‘retro’ phrases and people will be like ‘that blonde is so old skoool American’

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