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Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM By J.A. Kazimer

I m no hero In fact, up until a couple of days ago, I was the villain Kidnapped maidens, scared kids, stole magic tchotchkes until I got into a little scrape with the union Now I m cursed with the worst fate in New Never City no matter what I do, I gotta be nice So when a head case princess named Asia barges into my apartment and asks me to find out who whacked her sI m no hero In fact, up until a couple of days ago, I was the villain Kidnapped maidens, scared kids, stole magic tchotchkes until I got into a little scrape with the union Now I m cursed with the worst fate in New Never City no matter what I do, I gotta be nice So when a head case princess named Asia barges into my apartment and asks me to find out who whacked her stepsister, Cinderella, I have no choice but to help her And I m than willing to head back to her parents castle and do some investigating if it means I can get into her black leather cat suit Except this twisted sister has a family nutty enough to send the Biggest Baddest Wolf running for the hills and a freaky little curse of her own More than f ed up Demented Hilarious Mario Acevedo, author of Werewolf Smackdown
  • Title: Curses! A F**ked Up Fairytale
  • Author: J.A. Kazimer
  • ISBN: 9780758269126
  • Page: 479
  • Format: Paperback

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Robert Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
Among other things, this book is aptly titled, because let’s face it (and get this out of the way right now): this isn’t your mother’s fairy tale. Is that a bad thing? Hell no. Sure, the antics are a bit outrageous at times, but one definition of good comedy is that it resides in the extremes, and there are plenty of extremes to be had. I could give you a play-by-play, but you should enjoy it for yourself the first time, without me spoiling most of the fun for you. And there is fun to be h [...]
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Becky Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
Soospite my prolonged absence from GR, I'm not dead. And to celebrate that fact, this is my first review in awhile. I wish it could have been a slightly more positive review, but one takes the cards one's been dealt, I guess.I picked this book because I'm a big fan of authors Jasper Fforde and (at times) Christopher Moore. I include them in the same list because their books tend to have very irreverent attitudes, yet somehow manage to wallop you with actual plot and character developments at the [...]
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DeAnna Knippling Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
Disclaimer: I begged Julie for an advance copy, which she sent to me. It's pumpkin orange.Okay, think of the books that you quote. Not books of literature, but the ones where you grab nearby passers-by and say, "Wait, wait, listen to this!" and then read something sly and witty and look at them expectantly. Now, because these people are most likely thinking about a) getting away from you or b) sex, they're usually not impressed. However, once in a rare while, you run into someone who CAN QUOTE T [...]
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Dark Faerie Tales Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
Review Courtesy of Dark Faerie TalesQuick & Dirty: A raunchy mix of childhood fairy tales with very adult language and content.Opening Sentence: A delivery kid stood in front of me in the pastel hallway of my four-story walk-up on the edge of the Easter Village.The Review:Finally, a book that lives up to its title. F***ed-up doesn’t even begin to adequately describe all of the high jinks in this book of fairy tale fallacies. It turns all the things we think we know about our beloved fairy [...]
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Melissa Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
The book was not NEARLY as entertaining as the description made it sound. I went into it expecting a humorous book that would make me laugh out loud with references and satire. Instead I had a couple of "ha, cute" moments and that was about it. The story itself was an interesting take on the "twisted fairy-tale", emphasis on the "twisted". It is told from the viewpoint of RJ, a fairy-tale villain who has had his villain privileges revoked. RJ is cursed to only do "nice" things because the Villai [...]
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Chelsea B. Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
You guyse title of this bookI can't. I freaking love it. This f***ed up fairy tale follows RJ, a top villian currently cursed with being nice. So when a beautiful damsel in distress asks for help solving her sister's murder, RJ has no choice but to put his villainous ways behind him and help the princess out. RJ (can you guess which Disney villian he is?) our protagonist, was pretty wonderful. Bemoaning his lack of villainous ability, he fights the title of hero until the very end. His adoration [...]
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Chris Devlin Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
You can tell by the title this isn’t your average fairy tale. Curses tells the twisted tale of RJ, a disgraced villain forced into doing good when the villain’s union puts him on leave. He’s a bad boy who can’t say no, especially to Asia, the not-so-ugly stepsister to Cinderella.Cinderella’s been whacked by a devious bluebird and the crosstown Fairy-Second Street bus. Asia wants to know whodunit, and RJ might want to help her even if he wasn’t cursed. "The redhead’s lips curved int [...]
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Steph Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
How many times can an author write the word 'villian' before it becomes an annoying noise? How many times can a main character black out before we should start worrying about brain damage?J.A. Kazimer tried so very hard to be witty and raunchy, but I found myself rolling my eyes any time RJ and Asia were alone. The sexy scenes read like cheap Janet Evanovich, and I actually like her Stephanie Plum series. Make no mistake, the story is pretty decent, but I give this only one star because parts of [...]
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Amy Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
This is not your typical fairy tale. Oh but it is hilarious. When RJ thought he ate Asia, I couldn't stop laughing. If you want a funny spin on a fairy tale, you'll enjoy this book.
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Beth Dawkins Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
RJ comes home to find a not-so-ugly-stepsister sitting in his chair, munching on his food. She has mistaken RJ for someone else, and asks him to help her uncover who killed Cinderella. RJ has no choice but to help. He is a villain, but the union took his card, and he cannot do anything villainous, but he isn’t the only one with a curse. He goes with Asia, the not-so-ugly-princess to her father’s kingdom, and to find out who killed Cinderella.As the title suggests this is a comedy told in the [...]
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Nancy Narma Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
“A Mystifying Jaunt Into an Enchanted World” If you think you know all there is to know about the Fairy Tale and Nursery Rhyme characters you loved as a child—think again!! When Cinderella is run over and killed by a bus in New Never city while trying to rescue a bluebird straying into traffic, her Step-Sister; Asia, enlists the help of villain; “R. J.”, better known as “Rumple Stiltskin” to leave no stone unturned in finding “Cindi’s” murderer. Ordinarily, this wouldn’t be [...]
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Cat Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
I saw this book on and immediately knew it would be something I would enjoy. It starts out with Cinderella being killed and her step sister going to ask a famous detective to solve the case. What she does not know is that the famous detective has moved and now a not so nice guy lives in his old apartment. Good news is he has to play nice. To me this is one of those mysteries that is filled with snarky humor, innuendo, and is just so funny you forget that there has been a murder. It combines adu [...]
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Megan Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
When it comes to this book I really don’t know what to say. It started off a little rocky but I am happy that I hung with it. This book is funny taking and putting a twist on all of your childhood fairy tales in a way you didn’t think possible. The plot is a little bit of here there and everywhere as you try to figure out who is up to what and the book is a tad bit on the demented side. If you are looking for a good laugh, maybe a dumb laugh but a laugh regardless, this is your book. Who kne [...]
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Evangelia Daskalaki Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
I really loved this book! As has anyone I've recomended it to! A dark twist/parody of the classical fairytale. Dark humor and a villain forced to be a hero as the "hero". No more spoilers though! Read it! I'm forewer greatfull to the bookshop owner who tipped me of to the existence of this f**ked up fairy tale! I hope J.A. Kazimer will write more twisted humorous fairytales!
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Sherry Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
Eh? 2.5 stars. Not nearly as amusing as I had hoped for. It takes a while to get into. Once you do, I guess it's an okay story. You can picture the crazy stuff going on, so I guess I have to give the author something for that. The very beginning is a little over-descriptive though. Overall, I would not read this book again. I don't think I would read another of this author's books that is of a similar nature. I'm not even sure if I would recommend this book to anyone else.
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Katrina Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
The book was alright, definitely funny. It was a great twist to fairy-tale's that we all know and love. My only problem with the book is that it didn't captivate me like i would have expected. The characters were hard to get into and felt like there was a lot of rambling on and not really getting anywhere in the story.Overall i enjoyed the book. I will never be able to read/watch Cinderella and other fairy-tale's in the same way again.
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Melissa Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
I'm embarrassed by how long it took me to read this book. I think it actually might have more to do with the fact that it wasn't very good so there was little incentive to pick it up to read. The characters were not likeable, the storyline was silly, the ending was formulaic. I can't think of a redeeming quality.
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Dee King Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
Interesting take on a fairy tale. All the characters we knew as a kid grown up to be dirty minded adults. I was laughing within the first few lines. And up until the end wasn't truly sure I knew who did it.
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Jonathan Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
Justd. Sophomoric, poorly characterized, and with indiscernible action. I can't think of a negative adjective that doesn't apply.
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Amy Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
Just read the first few pages with the Google Preview. I want this book!update-finally read this book and ended up disappointed.got old real fast and the ending was messy and forced.
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Clarissa Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
This book was very 'pun'ny. It had me laughing quite a lot.
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Peter Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
Absolutely entertaining, incredibly clever twists on fairytales and nursery rhymes. Not for everyone, but those who appreciate campy, over the top humor and word play should like it. Pure mind candy.
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Dina Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
Hm This book is exactly like "Shrek". But if "Shrek" is fun, this one is creepy, with not very funny 12 year old boy’s humor. Not for me.
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Kara Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
It tries too hard to be funny with word play (a lot of which is already dated) at the expense of the plot, and, even while stating right in the title how it means to be offensive, it crosses the line a lot from just crass to flat out mean and insulting.
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Alice Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
Terrible. Terse writing, flat and/or inconsistent characterization, no substance whatever. This has been done before by far more talented writers.
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Bunny Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
***Originally posted on BunnyCates***My Thoughts:In this story, the main character RJ has been put on leave by the evil Villain Union and cursed to “do good”.  Which as you can guess, for a villain, is torture.   When Asia, Cinderella’s stepsister, shows up and mistakes RJ for the famous inspector Sherlock; his curse renders him unable to deny her request for help.  She is there seeking the famous inspector to help her find Cinderella’s murderer.  All hilariousness ensues.I loved th [...]
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Raquel Vega-Grieder Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
OMG, this book was PHENOMENAL. I have never laughed so much or so hard in my life. You have not read a fairytale until you have read it done by J.A. Kazimer. She takes fairytales to a whole new level. I am now a die hard fan of Ms. Kazimer. Any F**cked Up Fairytale she wants to tell I will so be there to read it.RJ is the biggest, baddest villain there is, too bad he is cursed. See RJ is being punished by the Villians Union so now he is cursed to be nice until he can get re-instated to the union [...]
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Paranormal Reads Apr 10, 2020 - 19:59 PM
First I want to thank Sharon Belcastro for introducing me to this book for review! Next I want to say WOW J.A. Kazimer! WOW! I am use to the princess’s getting all the attention but in this book J.A. Kazimer turns the tables as the “Not so ugly” Step-Sister’s known as Asia is determined to find the one responsible for murdering Cinderella! Now I know what you must be thinking…”SOMEONE KILLED CINDERELLA?!” But that is all part of the plot for J.A Kazimer’s story. In order to find [...]
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Curses! A F**ked Up Fairytale By J.A. Kazimer I m no hero In fact, up until a couple of days ago, I was the villain Kidnapped maidens, scared kids, stole magic tchotchkes until I got into a little scrape with the union Now I m cursed with the worst fate in New Never City no matter what I do, I gotta be nice So when a head case princess named Asia barges into my apartment and asks me to find out who whacked her sI m no hero In fact, up until a couple of days ago, I was the villain Kidnapped maidens, scared kids, stole magic tchotchkes until I got into a little scrape with the union Now I m cursed with the worst fate in New Never City no matter what I do, I gotta be nice So when a head case princess named Asia barges into my apartment and asks me to find out who whacked her stepsister, Cinderella, I have no choice but to help her And I m than willing to head back to her parents castle and do some investigating if it means I can get into her black leather cat suit Except this twisted sister has a family nutty enough to send the Biggest Baddest Wolf running for the hills and a freaky little curse of her own More than f ed up Demented Hilarious Mario Acevedo, author of Werewolf Smackdown

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