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Because you love to hate me 13 tales of villainy

by Amerie,

Format: Kindle Book 2017 2017
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Summary
A collection of classic fairy tales and stories, from Medusa to Sherlock Holmes, retold from the villains' points of view by teams of authors and "BookTubers."
Contents
Introduction / Ameriie
The blood of Imuriv / Renee Ahdieh
The evil vaccine: keep the darkness at bay / Christine Riccio
Jack / Ameriie
Giants and tyrants / Tina Burke
Gwen and Art and Lance / Soman Chainani
The bad girl hall of fame / Samantha Lane
Shirley & Jim / Susan Dennard
Dear Shasha, the 411 for villains / Sasha Alsberg
The blessings of little wants / Sarah Enni
Will the real villain please stand up? / Sophia Lee
The sea witch / Marissa Meyer / Villain or hero?: you decide! / Zoe Herdt
Beautiful venom / Cindy Pon
Without the evil in the world, how do we see the good? / Benjamin Alderson
Death knell / Victoria Schwab
Dear death / Jesse George
Marigold / Samantha Shannon
You, you, it's all about you / Adam Silvera
Behind the villain's mask / Catriona Feeney
Julian breaks every rule / Andrew Smith
Julian Powell: teen psycho extraordinaire / Raeleen Lemay
Indigo and shade / April Genevieve Tucholke
Glamorized recovery: expectatios vs. reality / Whitney Atkinson
Sera / Nicola Yoon
The bad girls' guide to villainy / Steph Sinclair
Acknowledgements
Contributors.

Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "It's true: everyone loves a character who's a little bit bad. In the case of these 13 tales, that's often a lot bad: collection editor and contributor Ameriie pairs 13 authors with 13 BookTubers tasked with creating stories that feature infamous villains from literature and fairy tales. The concept here is that the BookTuber provides the prompt, the author writes the story, and then the BookTuber provides commentary. Some prompts are more detailed than others, and inevitably, the best stories are often from the simplest plots: standouts include Susan Dennard's Shirly and Jim (a young Moriarty), Cindy Pon's Beautiful Venom (Medusa. Go!), Samantha Shannon's Marigold (Erl Queen retelling in nineteenth-century London), and Andrew Smith's Julian Breaks Every Rule (A psychopath in a futuristic setting). A diverse array of high-profile authors are showcased (i.e., Renée Ahdieh, Adam Silvera, Victoria Schwab, Nicola Yoon), and the inclusion of the BookTubers is an interesting idea that allows for a range of perspectives. The concept alone is enough to draw readers, so stock up it's never been so fun to be bad.--Reagan, Maggie Copyright 2017 Booklist"
From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
Additional Information
Subjects Villains Fiction
Good and evil Fiction
Fairy tales
Short stories, American
Short stories
Fantasy
Folklore
Short Stories
Young Adult Fiction
Electronic books.
Fairy tales.
Short stories.
Short stories, American.
Publisher [Place of publication not identified] :Bloomsbury Publishing2017
2017
Contributors Amerie, editor.
OverDrive, Inc.
Audience HL810L
Language English
System Details Mode of access: World Wide Web.
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ISBN 9781681193656
9781681193656
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