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~Read Pdf ♕ The Language of Thorns: Midnight Tales and Dangerous Magic ♚ From bestselling author of SIX OF CROWS, Leigh Bardugo, comes a lavishly illustrated collection of short stories filled with betrayals, revenge, sacrifice and love Inspired by myth, fairy tale and folklore, THE LANGUAGE OF THORNS will transport you to both lands familiar and strange that millions have visited through the novels of the Grishaverse Love speaks in flowers Truth requires thorns.Travel to a world of dark bargains struck by moonlight, of haunted towns and hungry woods, of talking beasts and gingerbread golems, where a young mermaid s voice can summon deadly storms and where a river might do a lovestruck boy s bidding but only for a terrible price.Inspired by myth, fairy tale, and folklore, no 1 New York Times bestselling author Leigh Bardugo has crafted a deliciously atmospheric collection of short stories filled with betrayals, revenge, sacrifice, and love.Perfect for new readers and dedicated fans of the Grishverse.This collection of six stories includes three brand new tales, all of them beautifully illustrated with art by Sara Kiplin that changes with each turn of the page, culminating in six stunning full spread illustrations as rich in detail as the stories themselves.


5 thoughts on “The Language of Thorns: Midnight Tales and Dangerous Magic

  1. AKS AKS says:

    First, I love this author and her creativity and style of writing I read Six of Crows Series and her Grisha Series in probably 2 weeks, procrastinating lots of other things I should have been doing as I couldn t put the books down I would give those books 5 stars For me, these stories were a little too dark and gruesome and not as creative It could be I Iike a happy or hopeful ending and a couple of these dark stories just left me with a creepy feeling I like escapism in reading, but don t want to think about things like pediihelia or a serial murderer Those are the books I try to stay away from I see enough of that on the news.


  2. Ashley Elliott Ashley Elliott says:

    I started this and finished it in one night and I took all night long because I had to look at the gorgeous artwork I have found love These tales from lands in the Grishaverse have made me even of a Leigh Bardugo fan of that is even possible The last story When Water Sang Fire blew me away I love mermaids and I just want to live in the last page If I could make my home anywhere it would be there honestly, if you have the book just go look at the last page and you ll understand There were so many elements to these stories, fantasy, fairy tales, heartbreak, and so much love that I got attached to all of the characters in all of the stories Of my favorite the first story Ayama and the Thorn Wood, The Solider Prince, and the last one I ve already mentioned are probably my favorite but all are worth the read, and then a reread I ll make it my bedtime b...


  3. pooled ink Reviews pooled ink Reviews says:

    pooled ink Reviews I absolutely loved reading these tales and oh my, the cover both the dust jacket and what s beneath is utterly gorgeous But not only is the outside beautiful but the inside as well The gradual progression of the drawings bordering each page of a story is brilliant and the illustrations are all so lovely Each story is told in a voice I could easily hear standing alongside those of the famous Brothers Grimm or Hans Christian Andersen And similarly these tales are much darker and grisly than what can be found on the Disney classics shelves What I really enjoyed I think was how Bardugo took inspiration from the world she s crafted in her books and inspiration from fairytales handed down in our own world and merged the two, instilling vaguely familiar tales with a much fuller story and deeper message As beloved as fairytales are one ...


  4. Jordan Jordan says:

    This collection was every bit as gorgeous as I had hoped it would be if not I love how unique the stories are while also bearing strong influences and taking on familiar forms of other classic fairy tales Bardugo truly proves her creative and accomplished writing skills in this collection, weaving together lyrical words with jaw dropped stories and themes These stories contain beautiful messages and dismantle on so many fairy tale tropes in order to create new ones by maintain the classic ideas but warping them into something rather different.The illustrations in this book are also so beautiful and add so very much to this entire story I love how each story alternated with the blue and red color scheme, and I particularly loved how the border of each story developed as the story continued That entire concept was a beautiful, creative idea that wor...


  5. Katame Katame says:

    This is a beautiful book with vivid stories from the wonderful Grisha world Even if you have not read the Grisha Trilogy or the Six of Crows Duology, if you like fairy tails rewritten and short stories this is a wonderful collection of 6 stories My favorite is the story of Ursula before she became evil Then meshing of the Nutcracker and the Velveteen Rabbit is really good too Read and see if you can spot all the old stories in the new ones here