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UnEnchanted Mina Grime is unlucky unpopular and uncoordinated until she saves her crush s life on a field trip changing her High School status from loser to hero overnight But with her new found fame brings mis

  • Title: UnEnchanted
  • Author: Chanda Hahn
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 348
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Mina Grime is unlucky, unpopular and uncoordinated until she saves her crush s life on a field trip, changing her High School status from loser to hero overnight But with her new found fame brings misfortune in the form of an old family curse come to light For Mina is descended from the Brothers Grimm and has inherited all of their unfinished fairy tale business WhichMina Grime is unlucky, unpopular and uncoordinated until she saves her crush s life on a field trip, changing her High School status from loser to hero overnight But with her new found fame brings misfortune in the form of an old family curse come to light For Mina is descended from the Brothers Grimm and has inherited all of their unfinished fairy tale business Which includes trying to outwit a powerful Story from making her it s next fairytale victim To break the fairy tale curse on her family and make these deadly occurrences stop, Mina must finish the tales until the very Grimm end.

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    1. Sara on said:

      I really wanted to like this book. But the book, in my mind, had two major flaws:1) The lack of editing. I get it. Not everybody is born a grammatical genius. That's why we have spell check and friends and editors. There were some unforgivable mistakes in word usage, punctuation, and structure. I got this as a free Kindle book, so I can't really complain, but the lack of editing jarred me out of the story on several occasions.2) The story development. The plot should have been great. I loved the [...]

    2. Kari on said:

      I hate when a book has a really good idea, but is written poorly. This is one of those books. I will end up reading all of the series (most probably) because I like the plot line. The book on the other hand is full of editing issues and dull characters.

    3. Raina The LUV'NV on said:

      UnEnchanted is a freebie on and B&N, and since I love fairy tales and Brothers Grimm, I had to read it as soon as possible. While the story development needed some work and the editing seemed non-existent, I was sucked in, needing to know how Mina would succeed in the current round of the curse and who all the characters represented. Unfortunately, I liked Mina's best friend, Nan, more than her. Mina is—or what has become—the typical YA female protagonist: shy, clumsy, and "ordinary" (b [...]

    4. Maggie on said:

      I got this as a free book for kindle, so I figured I'd read it. After all, you can't beat free right? Well, as it turns out, you can. There's probably a reason this book was free.To start off, the book was so poorly written that I wanted to cry. There were commas where there shouldn't have been commas. There were run on sentences. The writing was mediocre at best. It made Twilight look like War and Peace, which is no easy feat. The story line was completely unbelievable and skipped around or cha [...]

    5. Lizet on said:

      I read this book in three hours. I literally couldn't stop reading! This is the first book I have ever read that was a twist to a fairy tale. Or should I say fairy tales.So this girl, Mina, discovers that the day she saved a life is also the day that her whole life changed. She saved Brody's — I hate that name — life while on a field trip to a bakery. Mina, is shy and try's not to draw attention to herself at all times. Which makes it hard for when she becomes the center of the spotlight whe [...]

    6. Norah Una Sumner on said:

      “Not all Fairy Tales have happily ever afters. Some just have afters.”Starting the sequel immediately.I really liked this book even though it was a bit hard for me to connect with the main character Mina.The story is very interesting and original and the supporting characters seem cool,I hope that there will be more character development for them.How cute is Charlie,tho?♥ The writing is really good,I really enjoyed reading this.

    7. Sarah on said:

      Downloaded for free from This was a YA fantasy story, about a girl with a curse.Mina was an okay character, but she was nothing special. I didn’t find myself rooting for her at all, and I didn’t really care what happened to her.The storyline in this was about Mina saving a boy at school’s life, and him then instantly falling in love with her, which wasn’t the most believable of tales. We then had Mina finding out that she was cursed, and having to live out fairy tales, which also wasn’ [...]

    8. Tabby_thedefiant on said:

      Sooo. i really enjoyed this book and can't wait to read the rest of the series.When Mina saved Brody and she found out about the curse i was all likeThen after she battled the story and was kidnapped by grey tail i was all likeBut then she was won and was safe and i celbrated likeAnd then everyone else forgot everything that had happened and Jared turned back up i was just like

    9. Sebrina Parker on said:

      I debated between how high to rank this story. As we all know by now, I love fairy tales so when I saw this title in the kindle store for free, I immediately downloaded it. All in all, I really enjoyed it and bought the sequel upon finishing it. But in all fairness I will share the good and badThe bad:1. The characters are very one dimensional but I don't totally hate this. See further explanation in the good.2. There are several grammatical errors. Not enough to distract from the story but if y [...]

    10. Teresa on said:

      Does anyone really ever consider their life a story? Other people characters? Do you believe that there is such a thing as Fate, and it is playing with us? I really liked this book, because it made me think about that.The main character is a stereotypical heroine, and one can tell the author had that in mind. Mina is awkward, booky, shy, and completely lost to her time. She has a crush on the most popular boy in school, and is regularly made fun of. It is the atypical teenager book. Being 20, I [...]

    11. Haleema Hussain on said:

      A wonderful twist on the story of the Grimms and their fairy tales. Mina winds her way through trouble not knowing just how strong she really is. And knowing that this is only the beginning, makes this engaging book more than an enchanted series to be drawn into!!!

    12. Riannon on said:

      Read this one on my Kindle because it was free, and the name is quite ironic because this is in fact an Unfortunate fairy tale, a very unfortunate fairy tale indeed. Where to beginIt is extremely juvenile in tone, with the main character being full of angst and rejecting/being unkind to her main romantic interest for no apparent reason whatsoever. Said romantic interest is mentally raved about way too much by annoying main character and is way too perfect, being not only the best looking boy in [...]

    13. Anna (Enchanted by YA) on said:

      This book took me back to the time when I was getting into reading religiously again; when I downloaded any and every book that I could find for free on my kindle. It means that my opinion is quite biased even though now as a more experienced reader I found faults which I didn’t before.That’s also why I’m making this a shorter review than normal because I don’t want to mark those memories with critiques that never mattered to me back then.Basically I love this book.The writing may not be [...]

    14. Nancy on said:

      A twist on the well-known Brothers Grimm stories comes a radical story of a girl who is a descendant of the Grimm family. Mina Grime was taught to stay out of the spotlight and if by any chance she did start gaining notice, her mother would pack up the family’s belongings and move to a new location. From there, they would start fresh and Mina would go unnoticed until she saved her crush’s life.It was just another miserable day for Mina. She woke up late, almost missed her bus (again), and ha [...]

    15. Linda Burke on said:

      While the original version had some editorial challenges, the overall tone of this book transcends the slight inconveniences of having to read around them. Having been in communication with the author, I learned that her primary goal is to provide juvenile fiction that we would actually want our youth to be reading (no sex, foul language, or overt violence). Sometimes, it is necessary to give up one thing to get another, and in the early days of the Unfortunate Fairy Tale series, it was necessar [...]

    16. Leslie on said:

      I got this book as a free ebook from Barnes and Noble. Being the cheapskate/frugal person I am decided to not pass up on a free book. I didn't know what to expect from it, but after finishing it I am completely taken with the story and am looking to get the sequel to it (which unfortunately I have to buy but luckily it's under $5).It's a twist on the whole 'modern boy/girl who is a part of the Grimm family line and must contend with creatures from the fairytale world'. It has a unique concept an [...]

    17. Elle on said:

      The dialogue is immature, the characters two-dimensional and the plot is uneventful. I seriously can't believe how this story turned out. I think it could have been better with a planned out execution of the characters, plot and dialogue. I get this is a YA novel and the teenagers will act as such, but this seriously lacked an sense of realism. I couldn't relate to Mina at all. She's clumsy, whiny and the most insecure heroine I think I've ever read about. I couldn't stand how low and down she w [...]

    18. Kathy * Bookworm Nation on said:

      I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this one. I had seen a few good reviews and it was free for my Kindle so I thought I’d give it a try. I love fairy tales and thought it was fun to see how they were interwoven into this story. Mina was a likable heroine. She was special, but didn’t know it yet. Her mom to try and protect her had tried to encourage her to NOT stand out. Mina always thought she was a klutz and didn’t mind not being noticed. Then one day on a field trip she saved the hott [...]

    19. Haley on said:

      When I saw UnEnchanted in the iBooks store I thought.What the heck?!?! It's only 99 cents. After reading it, I know that this is the type of novel that deserves to be on the shelf of every Paranormal Romance and YA Literature fan. As I read UnEnchanted I was completely immersed in the story. Chanda Hahn managed to create some of the most likeable and relatable characters I've read about in a long time. I felt like I was on the journey with Mina. Mina is every girl! She's quiet and likes to blend [...]

    20. Hollz on said:

      okay so this was just a free book on my kindle. so hey why not.buy it I thought! so I did! OMG!!! it was soooooooooooo good! if you happen to like fairy tales ( and a little romance) then READ this! and the ending was like " wh-wh- what?!! nooo!" it felt like it just stops like its in the middle of a chapter! and also ( I am emotional in books remember.) I like cried to. not balling, but it was just sad. and why am I telling you that?!! I have no idea! so pretend I never said that stuff and tru [...]

    21. Shelly Hammond on said:

      I absolutely love this book. This is one that was offered as free so I grabbed it up figuring I would read it one day and give it a shot. WOW! I am so glad I did. I do believe I have found one to add to my favorites list.I love fairy tales and books that twist fairy tales up, though there are times when such books become just plain silly or done so many times before that you just get bored. This is not one of those books. This book has a very unique storyline based on the Grimm legends and curse [...]

    22. Kathy on said:

      This one has been on my to read list for a long time and I finally got around to reading it. Well actually listening to it on Overdrive. Even better my 11 year old daughter came into the room and got hooked as well so we listened to it together yesterday while doing a puzzle. We both enjoyed it.Content: Clean

    23. Angel on said:

      The story premise was fine. What the book needed was a proper editor and proper formatting. The story jumped between POVs in odd intervals, the pacing was off, and the dialogue rarely brought depth to any character. A well crafted piece of dialogue should be relaying the information that the author then spent time detailing. At best it was like being told the same thing twice.Can we get over the simpering love-struck "heroine" please? While the story could have been exceptionally good, it was ru [...]

    24. Caitlyn on said:

      I didn't know what to expect reading this. I downloaded it because it was a free ebook (notice a recent pattern?). For whatever reason I was under the impression that it was a standalone. After realizing there was some 180 pages, I quickly figured this was not the case. The plot was really unique, I read through the entire thing in one sitting. I know, I know it's really short but I'm supposed to be packing for my flight home tomorrow so HA! Though the characters followed the usual tropes: main [...]

    25. Mckenzie on said:

      I believe I read this a while ago! I'm going to reread this book :)

    26. David Rose on said:

      A great concept with characters that I liked, the Grimm curse descends upon Mina in a modern setting. There are enough editing and proofing flaws that I have to mention the fact, but the story is strong enough for me to want to continue with the series in spite of that.Granted, some of the characters were on the flat side, even clichés. But Mina herself is an original construct, and her home life is realistic. The plot is unpredictable, ranging in tone from juvenile to epic fantasy to action, s [...]

    27. Flavia on said:

      Ni siquiera sé de dónde saqué este libro. Me lo debí de descargar de alguna página porque era gratis y hasta hoy no le había prestado atención. Ahora me arrepiento de no haberlo leído antes. La historia es buenísima.Mina es una chica desastre, que intenta pasar desapercibida, con una familia bastante pobre y con una capacidad nula para socializar. Además lleva enamorada del chico más guapo del instituto desde hace dos años en secreto. Siempre le han pasado cosas extrañas: los animal [...]

    28. Star Crowned Book Throne on said:

      1.5 StarsI read this one a long time ago and the only memories that had remained were gittery happy memories of cute boys and an awesome plot-line so, of course, I decided that it would be a grand adventure to reread the book. Pardon to popular opinion, I have fallen to non-perfection? First off, this story is very mediocre with how it read and the characters came off either really boring or really quite annoying. Mina (our MC) was a huge pain and just the whole narration threw me off with her v [...]

    29. Anne on said:

      2.5 starsIt was a freebie, so I'm not inclined to complain.The idea for the plot was excellent, but it could have used a bit more editingill, it was free. Not complaining.Mina is living under (her ancestors) the Grimm Brothers' curse. This means she needs to survive all of the fairy tales in order to break the cycle that has been killing off members of her family for generations.It kept me interested, but I thought the ending was a bit jarring.I would probably continue with this series, but only [...]

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