The tale of the legendary golden flower is widely known. The story has been told many times and in many ways. But always the flower is coveted by an old witch to keep herself young and beautiful. And always the flower is used to save a dying queen, who then gives birth to a princess with magical hair. Not willing to lose the flower, the old witch steals the princess and locks her away in a high tower, raising her as her own. But the princess always finds out who she truly is and manages to defeat the old witch.
And yet this is only half the story. So what of the old witch, Mother Gothel? Where does she come from? And how does she come across the magical golden flower? Here is one account that recounts a version of the story that has remained untold for centuries . . . until now. It is a tale of mothers and daughters, of youth and dark magic. It is a tale of the old witch.
I was hooked
I read it all in a day. I liked the details even when they were gory. I keep retreading and enjoy the series
BEST VILLAINS SERIES BOOK
I love this book so good I love the entire series it’s worth every penny spent. KEEP MAKING MORE BOOKS TO THE SERIES SERENA!
Terribly Twisted in the Worst Way Possible
I’m not sure whose book this audience belongs to. It’s written for fourth grade reading, but much too dark and morbid for young readers. If this were a movie, I would’ve turned it off immediately. The plot is weak and this author just can’t seem to really nail these villains’ back stories or develop a decent story.