Nøtteknekkeren

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N tteknekkeren Thijs and his older brother Rik are spending Christmas Eve at their uncle Yvo s annual gathering For Thijs it s the first time he s been there in almost a decade Thijs has vague memories of the mag

  • Title: Nøtteknekkeren
  • Author: Felicitas Ivey
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Thijs and his older brother, Rik, are spending Christmas Eve at their uncle Yvo s annual gathering For Thijs, it s the first time he s been there in almost a decade Thijs has vague memories of the magical Christmases spent with his uncle But he doesn t know if the images in his mind of the enchantment that happened while he waited for Santa are dreams, memories, or theThijs and his older brother, Rik, are spending Christmas Eve at their uncle Yvo s annual gathering For Thijs, it s the first time he s been there in almost a decade Thijs has vague memories of the magical Christmases spent with his uncle But he doesn t know if the images in his mind of the enchantment that happened while he waited for Santa are dreams, memories, or the product of years of therapy for an accident he doesn t remember He just knows when he stopped visiting Uncle Yvo, the dreams stopped too Are his dreams of a prince waiting for him every Christmas Eve just dreams Tonight might finally be Thijs s chance to learn the truth A story from the Dreamspinner Press 2015 Advent Calendar package Sleigh Ride.

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    1. Serena Yates on said:

      With a definite fairy tale vibe, Nøtteknekkeren is a modern-day version of a story by E.T.A. Hoffmann (‘The Nutcracker and the Mouse King’) that was used as the basis for ‘The Nutcracker’ ballet, first performed in 1982. Felicitas Ivey’s version focuses on the first act and ends just after the beginning of the second act. And while much of the story was very familiar, her changes made for an interesting, fantasy-like read with a beginning in reality and a slow transition to the realm [...]

    2. Stella ╰☆╮╰☆╮ on said:

      REVIEW @Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words3.75 starsI admit when I started reading Nøtteknekkeren by Felicitas Ivey I was a little dubious cause in the first part I had not idea where it was going. I’m not saying a lot about it since it was so short and unexpected, I don’t want to spoil it. But I can say it was cute and really, really well written, the reading flew by easily and the characters were all interesting. There were some fairytales elements that gave the story something extra.The [...]

    3. Ann on said:

      3.5 StarsThis story has a real fairy tale feel throughout, which I love. You have to be familiar with the Nutcracker story to fully appreciate this story though. The bones are all there, but you have to make some assumptions based on the original to fill in the gaps. I would have liked some completion to the backstory between Thijs and the Prince plus a more complete ending, those two things would have made this tale a solid four. I really enjoyed the whole feel of the story and characters thoug [...]

    4. Arielle on said:

      Notteknekkeren, which I've learned means The Nutcracker in Norwegian, was a delightful holiday tale. Though short, it had all of the elements of a great Christmas story. A downtrodden soul (Thijs), a hurtful brother who doesn't understand him (Rik), a quirky 'Uncle' who changes (Yvo), and a world that seems normal at first but transforms into something totally magical. I actually don't want to give too much away, because I think this is worth a read. What I will say is that Thijs's love interest [...]

    5. Lynnette Hartwig on said:

      This book was surprising good as I had no idea what to expect as this was a new author for me and the blurb seemed really of the wall. The authors writing style made this a really easy read and all I can say that this book was sweet and cute. The author was able to take characters and make them come alive even with the fairy tale feel of the book. I will definitely be looking for more books by this author. I received a free copy of this book to read for Inked Rainbow Reads in exchange for an hon [...]

    6. JJ on said:

      This book was provided free in exchange for a fair and honest review for Love Bytes. Go there to check out other reviews, author interviews, and all those awesome giveaways. Click below.For the first time in a long while Thijs and his brother go to his Uncle’s house for Christmas. Ever since the accident Thijs has memory loss and though his memories of many things are gone, he has fond feelings about spending Christmas at his uncle’s house. He remembers falling asleep under the tree and drea [...]

    7. Melissa Mendoza on said:

      “He wanted me, and I should hate that he had used me. But… I was lonely. And there were worse reasons, for being with someone. Zubar liked me, maybe more than liked.”3.5 nutcracker stars! This book was so heartwarming and adorable!! I loved the magical feel about it!!What a great magical holiday read!! It had a certain fairy tale appeal to it which I loved. I won’t lie, I was worried this book wouldn’t live up to my standards, but I actaully totally faell in love with it as I read!!! G [...]

    8. Mike on said:

      4.5 stars - a nicely surreal Christmas fairy taleWith a real fairy tale feel, this short story centers on a gay amnesiac visiting the land that eventually inspired Tchaikovsky and many more. It felt nicely surreal, not always overly sympathetic or comfortable, but a really nice head trip to a land flowing mead and honey, reindeer who know the way, and the hint of a sugar plum fairy or two. I enjoyed this for the holiday head trip (rather than the underlying male romance theme). This quick voyage [...]

    9. Monika on said:

      2.5 StarsThere was so much potential for this short story but the abrupt ending left me feeling like there is a big chunk of the story missing. For me, there needed to be just a bit more to make this story feel complete.

    10. Theodora IK on said:

      About 3.5 stars?The story finished abruptly and I still have so many questions. It seemed like a sequel, not a standalone story

    11. Suze on said:

      An intricate Christmas fantasy tale - sparking thoughts of The Nutcracker, Narnia and Willy Wonka's chocolate factory all mixed together!Fun, easy to read, enjoyed

    12. Katy Beth Mckee on said:

      It was interesting to see this new twist to the familiar tale of the nutcracker. This version is full of new surprises.

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