Triple Ripple: A Fabulous Fairytale

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Allen & Unwin, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 235 pages
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Combining fairytale with a modern girl's story, this story skillfully weaves together three tales and reveals the magic of the writer's creative journey

The Writer begins with a sparkly good idea for a fabulous fairytale. A girl called Glory is sent to work in the Royal Palace, where the queen is planning a grand ball and a bad-tempered princess is sorting through jewels and tiaras. And, unknown to Glory, the threads of her destiny are coming together. Meanwhile, Nova is reading the fairytale—they are not usually her thing, but right now she's feeling a bit messy and lost. Her best friend has gone away and bitchy Dylan is hassling her. Still, Nova is curious to find out why Glory's mother is scrabbling under the bed for an old magic book. Can the Writer make everything turn out happily ever after? Will the princess find true love? Will Glory escape a secret curse? And can Nova smooth out the lumps and bumps in her life?

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Review: Triple Ripple: A Fabulous Fairytale

User Review  - Readingee - Goodreads

I was tossing between 2 or 3 stars, but I settled on 3 because I couldn't get past how creative and unique the concept of this book is. Having the writer contemplating about what should happen next ... Read full review

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User Review  - Chloejane - Goodreads

Loved this book. Great how it differentiated between the writer, reader and actual story. Perfect :) Read full review

About the author (2011)

Brigid Lowry is the author of Follow the Blue, Guitar Highway Rose, Juicy Writing, Things You Either Hate or Love, and Tomorrow All Will Be Beautiful.

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