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Out of the Wild af Sarah Beth Durst
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Out of the Wild (original 2008; udgave 2008)

af Sarah Beth Durst

Serier: The Wild (2)

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Twelve-year-old Julie Marchen tries to protect her world from a villain who is using her naive father, Rapunzel's prince, to restore power to the fairy tale world of the Wild, during a cross-country adventure that features Sleeping Beauty, dragons, and a truly wicked Fairy Godmother.
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Titel:Out of the Wild
Forfattere:Sarah Beth Durst
Info:Razorbill (2008), Hardcover, 272 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Everyone else seems to think this book was as good as the first; I did not think so. Part of the problem might be that I didn't absolutely adore book 1, but maybe I've been reading too many fairy tale books lately and these just don't grab me as much. They do grab me, and they're a fun read, but this book was a little meh. Some major things were different in book 2, but I felt like a lot of it was just a rehash of book 1 - including major parts. Some interesting aspects of what it might be like for those who wish they were still in the Wild, but I really just found it all kind of redundant. Yes, Julie's father got spit out of the Wild, but for the majority of the book he was running around doing stupid things, jumping "to the rescue," and doing the prince thing, while she ran after him begging him to stop, to listen to her, and to stop acting out fairy tale events (and so feeding the Wild). This never happened, and he got better, but he just needed a good shaking. His role as father was numero 2. First and foremost he was a prince - Rapunzel's prince.

Anyway, if you like the first one you'll probably like this one. It's cute, and not entirely horrible. I did enjoy reading it, I really did. Just not as much as, say, James Riley's Half Upon a Time series.

Oh, and she tried to throw in some romance. That was just ridiculous, that stupid teen angst "gosh he's so hot!" stuff that just makes me roll my eyes. So. Obviously. A plot device. 'Cause every fairy tale has to have a happily ever after involving a hot guy, right? ( )
  Jaina_Rose | Mar 1, 2016 |
Out of the Wild is another great sequel that does what good sequels should do: it turns the assumptions from the first story upside-down, and provides a new and fresh perspective. This is a fresh and fun sequel that’s every bit as good as the original, maybe better.

Read my entire review.

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  SheilaRuth | Aug 23, 2013 |
Julie Marchen saved the day in Into the Wild, keeping the Wild from taking over her hometown. The Wild is confined back under Julie's bed, and most of the townspeople are recovering from being forcibly shanghaied into endlessly repeating sequences from traditional fairy tales. But Julie still isn't sure she made the right decision - after all, her wish also sentence her father the Prince to remain in the Wild.

But now something's happened - the Wild has spit her father out, and the recovered Prince does not seem to be coping well with the 21st century. He's off to rescue a princess, and if Julie doesn't stop him the Wild will take over not just her town, but the world... for all eternity.

Fast and furious action, but a bit jumbled in places. ( )
  SunnySD | Jan 21, 2010 |
Reviewed by Carrie Spellman for TeensReadToo.com

Life is starting to get back to what Julie Marchen is used to. The Wild is safely contained and back under her bed. Most of the fairytale characters, and the humans who took their places for a time, seem to be readjusting as well as can be expected. Until everything changes.

While attempting to escape from Puss and Boots, one of the Three Blind Mice gets sucked into The Wild, and Julie and her mother expect the worst. Instead of growing larger, The Wild spits out Julie's dad!

Julie is thrilled and her mother is just plain shocked. Everything will be perfect now! Except for her dad constantly running out to rescue damsels in distress, and his inability to function under the radar in the regular world, and his refusal to trust Julie's grandmother. (So what if she used to be evil? She's not anymore!)

Apparently there's a difference between choosing to escape from The Wild and being forcibly removed from it. And it's beginning to seem like The Wild knew what it was doing. Every time Prince, the name Julie's dad chose for himself, performs a fairytale-like act (which would be just about everything he does), The Wild grows.

Now it's up to Julie and some strange, some new, mostly completely unexpected friends to save the world. Again.

I loved this book even more than the last title, INTO THE WILD! This one is non-stop from page one. I felt almost breathless reading it! And nearly as exhausted at the end as I imagine Julie was. As unreal, and hilarious, as pretty much all of the situations are, you still feel like you're right there experiencing all of it.

Happily ever after is a dangerous concept. ( )
  GeniusJen | Oct 12, 2009 |
Twelve-year-old Julie Marchen tries to protect her world from a villain who is using her naive father, Rapunzel's prince, to restore power to the fairy tale world of the Wild, during a cross-country adventure that features Sleeping Beauty, dragons, and a truly wicked Fairy Godmother.
  prkcs | Sep 9, 2008 |
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