Rating: 4 out of 5
My Thoughts: Like the last Alex Flinn book that I read, it starts off a bit slow, and a bit strange. However, the story quickly picks up. Kyle's character is easy to dislike. Flinn wastes no time at all turning him into a character that many people will hate. I must say, it's nice to see him get what is coming to him.
Some of my favorite parts of this book are the chat room scenes. I like getting a glimpse into the lives of other fairy tale characters that have been turned into animals/creatures due to a witch's curse. I really like the idea of fairy tales recieving a modern twist. It's nice to see that these stories aren't dying, but are adapating to our modern times. I really liked this one and feel that if you enjoyed fairy tales, and have read Cloaked by Alex Flinn, Beastly is probably one that you will enjoy as well.
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