The Lady and the Fox by Kelly Link – Mini-Review| Blogmas #6

blogmas day 6

Hi guys! I’m back today for Blogmas day 6 and today I’m bringing you another review. As I said you before I decided to re-read My True Love Gave to Me, edited by Stephanie Perkins. This book is a collection of twelve short stories related to the this season of the year. Today I’m going to be reviewing The Lady and the Fox by Kelly Link.



the lady and the foxShort Story

The Lady and the Fox

Author

Kelly Link

Rating

3 stars

Review:

The first time I read this short story was the first time I have ever heard of Kelly Link. I didn’t know what to expect from this but unfortunately it wasn’t as good as the first one. This story had a lot of potential but I think that the magical elements involved were a little bit confusing. I did like some of the things that happened but I think that this could have worked out better as a full novel and not as a short story. There were a lot of things that weren’t explained that I would have loved to know about. I wanted to like this story more but I wasn’t able due to the lack of some information that would make the reader understand a little bit more what was happening and why it happened.


This is all I have to say in this mini-review. If I say more stuff I will spoil someone and I don’t want to do that. Have you read My True Love Gave to Me? If so what did you think about this short story?

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6 thoughts on “The Lady and the Fox by Kelly Link – Mini-Review| Blogmas #6

  1. I actually really liked this short story. I loved the whole idea of the man coming every time there was snow on Christmas and how he vanished when it stopped. It was a bit mysterious at the end but I think some things are better left unexplained…

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