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i is has a sorry.
Don't. I was sad for the characters, but I wouldn't have it any other way.
*tries to wrap head around how crying can be a good thing, decides to blame the female race*
I meant that I wouldn't have the book different. The crying was not good; I have a sneaky feeling that if I had read it on a better day, I would not have cried.I'm not sure, though.Anyway, there are some times when crying is a good thing, for reasons that seem to be as physical as anything else. Some days my head just feels better after I've cried. (Most days not so much; I get the runny nose thing and that's not cool.)
I haven't read it. Is it worth reading?
Well, you're not nearly as maternal as I am, so let me reread it before I answer you.
Haha, true, I certainly am not.But let me know if I should read it. I shall be in need of some light reading to offset my school reading this year.
After a certain amount of rereading and of considering, I say I would not recommend it to you. However, if you were to read it, I would not discourage you. It's possible I need to know your tastes better.However, I would recommend her other books—or rather, her Bayern books, preferably starting with The Goose Girl. (She should pay me, I bring them up so often.) Whether or not you read the Grimms' tale first is pretty much irrelevant.