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I was lucky to read via Netgalley Through The Water Curtain by Cornelia Funke which can be described as an anthology of Fairy Tales throughout the world. The fairytales come from different countries such as Siberia, Japan and Korea and I found them more enjoyable than the fairytales like Cinderella because some of the stories showed the female characters to be stronger than their Male Counterparts and this can be seen in The One-handed Murderer. What I also loved that Cornelia wrote why she had chosen these stories as opposed to others. I would definitely recommend this book and will be giving this 4 stars.

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