Review: Disney Villains 2,3,4,&6 by Serena Valentino

The Beast Within: A Tale of Beauty's Prince (Villains, #2)

What I liked about this was the fact that there’s so much going on in between the curse and Belle. We learn how he is cursed/warned and what he does after. He is a pretty terrible person and it took him so long to learn his lesson. I did like some of the ways that Valentino took this story. I do think it’s one of the weaker of the series but also one of the shortest. Overall, I’m really enjoying these so far.


Poor Unfortunate Soul: A Tale of the Sea Witch

This one has been my biggest disappointment so far. I say this because I had the highest hopes. Ariel is by far my favorite Disney story. There are a lot of things in this book that set up for other things in the following books. We get a lot less of the witches story and it’s more about everyone else. I think out of all the ones I’ve read, I felt her story the least. There’s a lot of interesting things set up but I wanted more of Ursula!


Mistress of All Evil: A Tale of the Dark Fairy (Villains #4)

This book was excellent and heart breaking! Out of all the villains, Maleficent is one that I feel for the most. She’s been treated awful since she was so young and I don’t blame her. Since she looked different she was pretty much cast out. It’s just so sad and really a self-fulfilling prophecy for the fairies. You reap what you sow…. just saying *cough*fairy Godmother*cough*


The Odd Sisters: A Tale of the Three Witches

I didn’t know what to expect from this book because I’m not the biggest fan of the Odd Sisters. I ended up really liking this book and the path it took. It did get pretty dark though, which I was surprised by. Overall, I’m really enjoying this series! I have now caught up with all the books I own. The newest one I don’t have yet, so I consider this a series completed on my physical TBR!

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