This story is a bunch of fairy tales in a fairy tale, but with a twist. At first I was skeptical about this book, because I am very picky and choose-y about how fairy-tales are written and executed. BUT this book, this book and its story plot... is so exquisite and on-beat. I say this because the way the author introduces the characters one by one, takes different fairy-tales and mushes them together and creates something original, funny, and rich in wholesome-ness is so impressive! The way Healy lets things sail smoothly, then hits you with an unexpected wave is what makes this book riveting and hard to put down. I'd say that this book is SO underrated. If I hadn't had it on my kindle recommendations, I never would've read it. Except, I'd be obliviously missing out on such a nostalgic and lyrical story. I've always been a sucker for fairy tales, and have read and coveted them since forever, so this really reminds me of a more sophisticated version of classics. Overall, this was a very magnetic and graceful take on what might happen after Ever After, and was super enjoyable and well-written.