[ARC] The Little Red Wolf by Amélie Fléchais

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In this retelling of the classic fairy tale Little Red Riding Hood, the main character is not a small girl but a young wolf, who has to bring a gift to his grandmother: a delicious rabbit.

His mother tells him to be aware in the woods, and to avoid any human, and in particular the hunter. However, Little Red Wolf wanders off in the woods and loses his path, and a young girl finds him, she seems so nice…

The Little Red Wolf is a wonderful book, firstly for the retelling of the story twisting the point of view we are used to, and where good and evil are not absolute as in the classic version of the story.

The illustration and art are truly amazing, extremely well-detailed and well-finished.

Thanks to the publisher for providing me the copy  necessary to write this review.


The Little Red Wolf by Amélie Fléchais ★★★★☆

*I read this book in english

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If you find me by Emily Murdoch

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In November the YA group is about the contemporary genre, so novels about normal adolescents with normal problems. The reading group this time is organized in a different way: instead of choosing a single book to read, each participant may read one or more among the suggested ones.

Just to know these are my suggestions:

  • Two boys kissing by David Levithan
  • If you find me by Emily Murdoch
  • Into the wild by Jon Krakauer

Maybe some are not completely focused on the theme but they are quite interesting novels.
For the reading group I’ve already read (and reviewed): “The Unbearable Book Club for Unsinkable Girls“, “45 pounds” and “Tell the Wolves I’m Home“.

Keeping on reading you can find the review of “If you find me

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