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As Old As Time (Twisted Tales #3)

What if Belles mother cursed the Beast?Belle is a lot of things: smart, resourceful, restless. She longs to escape her poor provincial town for good. She wants to explore the world, despite her fathers reluctance to leave their little cottage in case Belles mother returnsa mother she barely remembers. Belle also happens to be the captive of a terrifying, angry beast. And that is her primary concern.But Belle touches the Beasts enchanted rose, intriguing images flood her mindimages of the mother she believed she would never see again. Stranger still, she sees that her mother is none other than the beautiful Enchantress who cursed the Beast, his castle, and all its inhabitants. Shocked and confused, Belle and the Beast must work together to unravel a dark mystery about their families that is twenty-one years in the making....

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ISBN : 9781484707289
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Number of Pages : 484 pages
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As Old As Time (Twisted Tales #3) Reviews

  • Lyndi

    The book had a strong start with the two different perspectives of belle and maurice, i particularly liked the backstory of maurice and rosalind. In belle's perspective it was going pretty much how the disney movie goes. its only when you get halfway through do the twists and turns start to take place.

    In my opinion the book was a bit too long for my liking, i struggled to feel engaged a little bit. I liked how the middle of the book it felt sort of like a murder mystery with belle and beast try
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  • April Sarah

    Maybe 2.5, I'm struggling with a few bits.

  • MissBecka

    This was sooooo much darker than the Disney version.

    It has a whole other side story that is both extremely beautiful and horribly sad.

    I think this was my favourite in the series so far!

  • Maggie

    Meh it wasn't what I hoped for and I do mot plan on reading anymore twisted tales. Not for me.

  • anouk

    "'YOU TOOK BELLE!' a short man with a long ponytail swore, pointing. 'J'accuse!'"


    This sounded so ABSURDE, I was like???? WHAT??? Literally nobody says "j'accuse" just like that, except for Emile freaking Zola.

    The author tries to sound feminist-ish, but at some point, when Belle and the beast are cooking, it is said:

    "She thought handling something dangerous and manly like a knife would be more interesting for him than trying to work with something fiddly like pastry dough."


    I mean. Ugh.

    There were so many inconsistencies, for example, at one point Belle frees all the prisoners in the asylum one by one with NO problem whatsoever, but when it was finally her father's turn she "fumbled over the keys until she found the right one."

    I was kind of disappointed that we didn't get the dancing scene with the yellow ball gown and everything. 12 year-old-me would have been outraged. 20 year-old-me, however, WAS outraged that we didn't get to see the transformation scene, and the moment when the prince turns back and we finally see his face and Belle recognises him thanks to his baby blue eyes and!!!!!! And before that, when Belle is crying over his body and then FINALLY whispers "I love you." just as the last petal falls. This is my favOURITE scene and I couldn't WAIT to read it and the author was just like "nope". The closest thing we go to an "I love you" was a soppy, out of character line: "You may be a beast, but you are my Prince." Ew.



    Maybe I'm a bit too harsh. This is a Disney book for young teens. I should have expected that it would be bad. However, I still gave it two stars because, let's not be hypocritical: I was into it. Otherwise I wouldn't have read it so quickly. I wanted to know what would happen. Or maybe it's just because the transformation scene was my favourite when I was a kid so I couldn't wait reading it. Oh wait. ...more

  • Shirleon

    The ending sucks. That's one of the only things that irks me about the book. I was hoping for the obvious ending and yet, nope, I'm left unsatisfied. And it could have been easily remedied with an epilogue at the end. Unless it'll happen in another of the series? Which would be unfortunate since I don't want to read anything else...unless there happens to be a Little Mermaid or Cinderella one down the line. Then I'd consider those as well, but nothing about this book makes me remotely interested ...more

  • Annie - ♥

    Firstly my daughter bought this book so I could read it then tell her what the twist was. Hmm, normally I would not bite but I was a little intrigued. It was not a bad book, I was annoyed for the first half when it kept switching from past to present. One chapter before the curse, the next was almost exactly like the Disney movie.

    It did all eventually merge and then went it's own way. It does not have a HEA and is not a romance novel IMO. It is safe for children to read again IMO.

  • Ann

    This was an absolute dumpster fire of a book. But I still enjoyed it because I have no taste.