Cameron Jace



  • Title: Jawigi
  • Author: Cameron Jace
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 283
  • Format: ebook


Recent Comments "Jawigi"

Ježiiiiš. Tohle bylo zase úplně nom nom. ^^"And by that, the stories have to be predictable. You know who the villain is, who the hero is, then two-hundred-and-some pages later, the hero always wins. Skip. Next book, same story, only a little different!"

“Once upon a time, fairy tales were goddamn dark and twisted, and that was when they were so awesome.”my thoughts - This book is about the sandman, queen of sorrow, and snow white. I can’t believe that cameron jace did it again. He left me in awe. This book is full of fast paced interesting facts leading the story line further. I truly enjoyed it and look forward to the next two prequels and the actual soon to be released book. By the way more surprises!reason for reading - I r [...]

Always remember the greatest trick the devil ever pulled was to convince you he was someone else.Ahhh that wicked ending, i love. Although the beginning of this story really did confused me, i was lost but as the story unfolds, sandman telling the story of the queen it picks up its pace till the surprise in the end. That jawigi thing i dont understand.

《Once upon a time, fairy tales were goddamn dark and twisted, and that was when they were so awesome!》Oh my gosh, I loved that ending. This is one of my fave prequels so far and there is nothing else I could say, seriously.

"Always remember the greatest trick the devil ever pulled was to convince you he was someone else." ^^

Where to beginAs I read through all of the prequels, this one seemed appropriate to be the last one (so far). In this story, you get a glimpse into the Grimms' side if the story. I'm happy to be able get a back story on the Grimms (even if it lacks the actual details I crave from a story. I am keeping in mind that these are just blurbs in the story. Something to get me connected with the upcoming series).I truly didn't anticipate the Queen of Sorrow being in disguise as the Sandman. I was curiou [...]

Wow, this one was actually pretty good. Jawigi is basically told in the Sandman's view (view spoiler)[even though he was in disguise (hide spoiler)]. It's mainly about the Queen of Sorrow's birth - panthers involved, but ew? - and what Jawigi means. Apparently the meaning of Jawigi was pretty much expected. But nope, I didn't actually expect the ending - now that's a first (really, it is. Most of the time my brain's right on target or close)!If you start your tale with a phrase like: ‘Once upo [...]

After reading the previous nine prequels in the Grimm Diaries I wanted to know more about the Queen of Sorrow as. well as Snow White. Like many other fans of Cameron Jace's work, I sm anxiously waiting for their story in the first full length book. However, "Jawigi" satsfied dome if my curiosity by providing some details about Snow White's. birth; that is if you can believe the narrator who is the devil in disguise!Once again Cameron Jace writes a wonderfully rich tale that kept me on the edge o [...]

This prequel had a very confusing beginning, which didn’t particularly grab my interest although I was quite tired while reading so it’s either that or I found it really boring. It didn’t grab me enough to convince me to re-read it to find out if this was the case so I’ll just leave all that to speculation. A lot of information is thrown at you in a very short space of time, which resulted in a rather lacklustre introduction. There was also an obvious lack of diversity in terms of vocabu [...]

This was the weirdest prequel I have read yet. Honestly, I just had to re-read (well, just skim actually) to write this review. I didn't remember anything about this book, well I did remember that it was about the Sandman, so that's something.This one does feature the brothers grimm and the queen of sorrow so I'm guessing that it might be quite important for the further development of the stories' universe. Oh and it also has Mary who is probably quite important given she has something to do wit [...]

Scratch my previous words, I think this was the creepiest of them all. OMFG Snow White didwhatin her mother's womb?!??ButMajor facepalm: (view spoiler)[ Snow White ate her twin in her mother's womb? She's a vampire she can suck up that child's blood but she couldn't possibly have ate it up in whole could she? Going with the logic then how come that dead child never made appearance? Why was Snow White born alone??? (hide spoiler)]["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]& [...]

What can I say but, loved it! Cameron Jace has a wonderful creative talent for turning this one time children-hood favorites to a more appealing and sinister book. With these characters, I am not sure if I love them or hate them. I know the characters which should be the evil ones and hate them, but you can't help but feel for them. The author has a way of writing that draws you in and wanting more. While I am glad that I read the prequels I want, need, more. I can't wait for the full stories to [...]

Review will also appear on my blog Pages Full of Stars.My rating: 1.5/6Sadly, this is my least favourite story from this set of prequels. The only thing that I truly liked was the surprise at the end. Even though it gave us a bit of backstory on the Queen of Sorrow and Snow White, it didn’t really pique my interest. I guess that I’m just not particularly fond of this character’s voice and their diary entries. Still, I'm determined to give a chance and look forward to the other books in the [...]

i knew it was the queen, when she was avoiding the mirrors or reflecting surfaces.but i have to give to her, she is cleverd also i am confused. the queen's version and snow white's version(from snow white sorrow)although are same but are different now which one of them is telling the truth?snow or the queen?and also is the queen really a good person and snow is the monster or is it as we have been always told that the queen was "bad and wicked" and snow white was the "poor princess in dire need [...]

I seem to be in the minority, but I really, really, really don't care about the Queen of Sorrow- which made this story drag for me. The entire premise is that The Queen of Sorrow tells her tale of Snow White's birth to one of the Grimm brothers. So far in the prequel story arcs, those involving the Brothers Grimm seem to the least fleshed out to me, and therefore the most annoying. Jace seems to have an idea of where he wants to end up, but only a vague idea of how to get there, and so the stori [...]

This is the prequel I have been looking forward to the most of all the new ones, and I was not disappointed! It started off a little slower than the others, but the pace picked up quickly and I had to tell myself to slow down because I was reading so quickly. And the ending! I am getting more and more excited for the full series to come out. Another excellent prequel.

I really liked the set up and twist used in this story. Pretty much anything that adds more history to the Queen of Sorrow makes for good reading in this series, as she is one of the more interesting characters. This installment also really helps to add back story to what happens later in the series, so I would mark it as one of the more important reads.

"And it seemed like this was my last thought, as I felt the world fade to black… Black. What a color. Why is it we fade to black, not to any other color? Do we have to fade to darkness?""Most of us fail, but it’s the journey that matters, not the ending.""Always remember the greatest trick the Devil ever played was to convince you he was someone else."

Favorite line from the book , "Always remember the greatest trick the devil ever pulled was to convince you he was someone else."Or maybe , "Most of us fail, but it is the journey that matters. Not the ending." Loved it!

Once again I have to say that I really hate the diary entry / letter format. This prequel however, helped in adding an interesting and creative backstory regarding the history of Queen of Sorrow and Snow White's birth. Overall, this is a mediocre read.

What? What?! "Always remember the greatest trick the devil ever pulled was to convince you he was someone else" ~ The Queen???Can't say I saw that coming. I really, really enjoy these twisted fairy tales! Fun, fun stuff!

I liked the dramatic effect of the chase and how Snow's birth took place. Love the Queen, she is my favorite character, thus far!

2.5 starsThink this is probably my least favourite of the lot so far. I found this one quite confusing, and it didn't hold my attention well at all.

Well, shoot. That was creepy.

Man, I did not expect that ending at all!

this story was the best of them allfinally, more information to complete the actual story I'm about to read. so glad I read this oneandwait - Snow White did.*shudders* awful.

That was a twist I did NOT see coming!

"The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was to convince you he was someone else" truest words ever spoken.


great twisted fairytale story, but needs new editors.

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