!!> Read ➳ Red Hood ➶ Author Elana K. Arnold – Godeals365.co.uk

You Are Alone In The Woods, Seen Only By The Unblinking Yellow Moon Your Hands Are Empty You Are Nearly NakedAnd The Wolf Is AngrySince Her Grandmother Became Her Caretaker When She Was Four Years Old, Bisou Martel Has Lived A Quiet Life In A Little House In Seattle She S Kept Mostly To Herself She S Been Good But Then Comes The Night Of Homecoming, When She Finds Herself Running For Her Life Over Roots And Between Trees, A Fury Of Claws And Teeth Behind Her A Wolf Attacks Bisou Fights Back A New Moon Rises And With It, Questions About The Blood In Bisou S Past And On Her Hands As She Stumbles Home About Broken Boys And Vicious Wolves About Girls Lost In The Woods Frightened, But Not AloneElana K Arnold, National Book Award Finalist And Author Of The Printz Honor Book Damsel, Returns With A Dark, Engrossing, Blood Drenched Tale Of The Familiar Threats To Female Power And One Girl S Journey To Regain It Red Hood

About the Author: Elana K. Arnold

ELANA K ARNOLD writes books for and about children and teens She holds a master s degree in Creative Writing Fiction from the University of California, Davis where she has taught Creative Writing and Adolescent Literature Her most recent YA novel, DAMSEL, is a Printz Honor book, Her 2017 novel, WHAT GIRLS ARE MADE OF, was a finalist for the National Book Award, and her middle grade novel, A BOY

10 thoughts on “Red Hood

  1. says:

    oh boy, oh man, many things about this book do not sit well with me I just finished it so my thoughts are still running pell mell through my mind, so full review to come once I can form the words into something coherent also, once my finals are over.

  2. says:

    You are the hunter, and this wolf, though he thinks he is the predator, is your prey. Elana K Arnold is one of my favourite writers of the twisted and disturbing I eagerly seek out her new books and always find myself feeling a little shaken at the end However, I ve said before of Damsel that it should have been marketed as an adult book, and I think that is even true of this one Arnold s novels get these gorgeou

  3. says:

    I loved GIRL IN RED and now another captivating retelling is out there I want this wolf I want this hood I want every retelling of Grimm Brothers bloody stories

  4. says:

    I originally rated this novel 4 stars, but the I think about it, the I am bothered by and uncomfortable with the ending So I am leaving the rating off Maybe one day I will settle on something__________________Hoo boy, this review is a hard one for me to tackle I am a huge Elana K Arnold, but I am not sure I can get fully behind Red Hood, like I gladly did with Damsel Some people need to read this ARC and tell me if I m wrong

  5. says:

    Elana Arnold continues to flex on the entire book world by writing unflinching, raw, powerful novels about women taking back their power.

  6. says:

    Oh man So I really liked the writing in Damsel which is why I requested this one to read But I just couldn t finish this one because I didn t know it was written in second person POV I just can t do the second person

  7. says:

    I desperately want Elana K Arnold to focus the rest of her writing on endless feminist fairytale retellings

  8. says:

    There isn t always a wolf, M m reminds you, but there is always the threat of one RTC after a re read closer to release date but I came into this prepared to be salty and infuriated like I was with Damsel but instead was utterly blown away by the sheer power of this book I received a digital ARC from Balzer Bray via Edelweiss Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own Quotes are taken from an uncorrected

  9. says:

    Originally published on The Nerd Daily Review by Nathalie DeFeliceThis story can be described as bloody and brilliant My favourite thing about Elana K Arnold s books is that they re so unapologetically meant for the empowerment of young women I relished diving into the world of Red Hood after reading Damsel, because I couldn t wait to see what world Arnold would craft for us She manages to turn the narrative of the Little Red Riding Hood and

  10. says:

    I requested this book for one reason only because of DAMSEL It s a book a lot of people hate, or dislike, or just feel uncomfortable about And I don t begrudge anyone their feelings But somehow it just worked for me So when I saw yet another feminist sorta retelling by the same author I wanted it.But.I don t know, it was a push to get through this, I wasn t feeling motivated to read it, despite all the good in the story and what it was saying.I

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