The Beauty of the Beast

  • Title: The Beauty of the Beast
  • Author: Alexandra Lanc
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 468
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Beauty of the Beast Leroux has spent his life having everything handed to him everything except the hand of the alluring Beauty which he covets above all else When Beauty is kidnapped by a Beast Leroux sets out to recl
    Leroux has spent his life having everything handed to him everything except the hand of the alluring Beauty, which he covets above all else When Beauty is kidnapped by a Beast, Leroux sets out to reclaim what he feels is rightfully his from the frightful monster, but when the unexpected occurs, Leroux discovers that not all monsters take the form of a Beast A fast paLeroux has spent his life having everything handed to him everything except the hand of the alluring Beauty, which he covets above all else When Beauty is kidnapped by a Beast, Leroux sets out to reclaim what he feels is rightfully his from the frightful monster, but when the unexpected occurs, Leroux discovers that not all monsters take the form of a Beast A fast paced, reflective Fairy Tale retelling in the tradition of the Grimm s Tales, The Beauty of the Beast is a dark visit to the land of possibilities.

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      Published :2019-07-20T00:25:32+00:00

    About Alexandra Lanc


    1. Alexandra Lanc has been writing ever since she could pick up a pen, finishing her first novel at age 12 Writing throughout grade school and college, Alexandra explored the literary arts, graphic design, theatre, and dance as she was getting her education Further knowledge of the writing craft and a passion for books led her to publish her first book, Clara Claus, at age 19, and she has been publishing ever since Since then, Alexandra s books have been on several bestsellers lists, and have been enjoyed by fans all over the world Her holiday series, The Snowflake Triplet, is a particular favorite, and includes the book that started it all, Clara Claus Alexandra published her last book, Clara Frost, in October 2017, and closed up shop in 2018 after 7 years She would like to thank her readers for their time and support.


    978 Comments


    1. Short but Good Short but good read from Gaston characters pov. One thing I like that even at the end when he realized he was an ass you didn't feel sorry for at all.

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    2. A short retelling of "Beauty & the Beast" - a quite renewed popular theme after Disney's live action film has come back onto the scene. Unlike many other tellings, though, in which case I have read this one focuses on the other "villain" and what some of his thoughts may have been, how he may have seen things and in an unspeakable twist what a monster really means when it comes down to bare bones. At first when I started reading this I was not happy since the sentence structures seemed to be [...]

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    3. Good short storyThis was an interesting short story. Love how someone tells it from Beautys' suitors Pont of view. Would love it to have been more in depth

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    4. This was an interesting read although it was slightly different from the original. It gives us - the readers - Leroux's perspective into what happened. In the original Leorux (Gaston) is a secondary character but in the book he is the main character His persona is fleshed out and we get to see his ideals. He views himself as worthy of every and all things, whether he wins it or it is given to him. This is seen in his "affection" for Beauty. He claims her for himself and tells her father that she [...]

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    5. When I first started reading I was a bit confused on who was who, but once I backtracked and figured it out, I literally flew through this short story (approx. 26 pages). I know it is a short story, but I felt like we didn't really get to know Beauty well enough. However, it did seem fitting since this version is truly about Leroux, the Gaston of this re-telling. I loved the author's take on him and her insight into his character and why he thought and acted the way that he did. I was completely [...]

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    6. This is certainly a cool idea, the story of Beauty and the Beast told from Gaston's (or in this case, Leroux's) point of view. It didn't go as deeply as I would have liked into Leroux's character (he still seemed a little on the cartoony/stereotypical side of evil), but it was a neat little trip all the same. I just wish it could have been a bit longer and a bit deeper.

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    7. by MischaleAn intriguing twist on an old fairy tale. It was too short! I would be interested in reading more from this author.

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    8. So short, it's barely a story, but is be integrated in a longer version.

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