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What the community says about Kissing the Witch
- "What an interesting twist for a fairy tale book. Ms. Donoghue takes traditional fairy tales and spins them over to create new and interesting tales. In her Cinderella version, Cinderella is not interested in marrying her prince; in Beauty and the Beast the beast turns out to be a woman; in Rapunzel, she's blind and does not wish to flee with the prince; in Hansel and Gretel, Gretel is impaired and does not wish to leave the witches' house; in her Snow White version there are no dwarfs and Snow White prefers to go back to her stepmother than to live with her prince. There are also tales I could not recognize, but were delightful just as well."
- "Found this book to be overly lesbian. I wasn't particular bothered by it being about lesbians as I was the plot being saturated with homosexual romance and lifestyles. I understand what the author is trying to accomplish, and it would have been a great story if the plot wasn't so watered down. Nonetheless, it was a good story and well written; it was an interesting read."