Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Cameron Dokey is the author of nearly thirty young adult novels. Her other fairy tales include, The Storyteller’s Daughter. : Golden: A Retelling of “Rapunzel” (Once upon a Time) ( ): Cameron Dokey, Mahlon F. Craft: Books. Golden (Once Upon a Time) by Cameron Dokey – book cover, description, publication history.

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Unfortunately all the other ones only seem interested in making the fairy tales totally unrecognizable. I almost bit my nails out to the skin!

Golden: A Retelling of Rapunzel by Cameron Dokey

I would highly recommend this book for anyone who is looking to be given a different on the classic tale. Karen Klein, Staff Reviewer. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Whenever I watch the Disney movie, I always feel bad for Cinderella because of fokey mean stepmother and stepsisters.

When Rapunzel was born completely bald and without hope gopden ever growing hair, her horrified mother sent her away with the sorceress to an uncertain future.

Once: Before Midnight/Golden/Wild Orchid

I would feel more comfortable recommending this novel to a wider audience than the goldeb two books. Before Midnight is a re-telling of Cinderella. Rapunzel isn’t the maiden in the tower, but a miserably cursed girl destined to be bald for life.

Anastasia really surprised me when she got on Cendrillon’s good side. The Best Books of Her relationship with Harry reminds me of my relationship with my husband because we are both very sarcastic and very proud people.


Golden: A Retelling of Rapunzel

Mulan was close to the Disney version that I know and love, though there were some surprises. I’m sure I would have liked them more then, before I was married with a child on the way. This was my first try at reading a ca,eron based on an old fairy tail, in this case, Rapunzel. Books by Cameron Dokey.

It was so fresh and the story of how she ended up with the sorceress was cunning. Rue and Rapunzel have precisely “two nights and the day that falls between” to break the enchantment. A Retelling of “Rapunzel”. And then they lived happily ever after… that was it. There is of course the sappy message, but you know it made sense in a real life level. It tells the story of how when you prey on others, Once Upon a Time Cameron Dokey.

Anyhow, I do not want to give too many spoilers for this enchanting book. I rokey how the characters grow and their relationship change, how they found love and hope, and how they confront every problem. The story I love in this book most is Cendrillion, a retelling of Cinderella.

Once: Before Midnight/Golden/Wild Orchid by Cameron Dokey

Well, I expected the narrator to magically grow hair eventually, somehow. To ask other readers questions about Goldenplease sign up. Sep 24, Maaike rated it it was amazing.

But who really hates fairy tales? Anyone can post dokeyy reader review, so post yours today! Rapunzel’s mother is a beautiful but shallow woman, and when she sees that the child is completely bald she simply can’t love her.


Rapunzel starts off by telling us that the tale we have grown up with about goldeen is inaccurate and she precedes to tell us the real story.

I won’t attempt to explain, it’s done better in the book. Violet Eyes Debbie Viguie. The Key to Everything.

Now I’m thinking, why didn’t I read this sooner? Overall, I liked the story, but the writing could have been better. When Rapunzel was born completely bald and without hope of ever growing hair, her horrified mother sent her away with the sorceress to an uncertain future.

Before we get to the reveal, here’s a message from Meredith: Mulan’s story is still the same with saving her nation, however there is a different twist than any one could’ve come up with. Melisande adopts the girl, who remains bald. Once Upon a Time 1 – 10 of 19 books. This is post originally on my blog Vivian’s Book Pavilion http: First of all, I loved how in Dokey’s version Cendrillon’s stepsisters treated her fairly well and tremendously amazing once nearing the end, unlike the original Cinderella.