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Fairy Tales for Grown-Ups
Fairy tales don't always have happy endings. The following authors have reworked the motifs of fairy tales into complex stories of horror, tragedy, strength and love. Re-enter the world of fairy tales as an adult - you won't want to leave! Read more.

-Neil Gaiman's "Neverwhere"
-"Black Thorn, White Rose"
-John Connolly's "The Book of Lost Things"
-Charles de Lint
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