The Enchantress Returns PDF/EPUB ↠ The Enchantress

The Enchantress Returns PDF/EPUB ↠ The Enchantress


The Enchantress Returns ❰Epub❯ ❦ The Enchantress Returns Author Chris Colfer – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk After decades of hiding the evil Enchantress who cursed Sleeping Beauty is back with a vengeanceAlex and Conner Bailey have not been back to the magical Land of Stories since their adventures in The W After decades of hiding the evil Enchantress who cursed Sleeping Beauty is back with a vengeanceAlex and Conner Bailey have not been back to the magical Land of Stories since their adventures in The Wishing Spell ended But one night they learn the famed Enchantress has kidnapped their mother Against the will of their grandmother the The Enchantress ePUB ´ twins must find their own way into the Land of Stories to rescue their mother and save the fairy tale world from the greatest threat it's ever faced.

  • Hardcover
  • 517 pages
  • The Enchantress Returns
  • Chris Colfer
  • English
  • 08 May 2015
  • 9780316201544

About the Author: Chris Colfer

Chris Colfer is an Emmy nominated and Golden Globe winning actor best known for his portrayal of Kurt Hummel on the FOX television series Glee He is also a New York Times bestselling author whose books include the first three novels in the Land of Stories series The Wishing Spell The Enchantress Returns and A Grimm The Enchantress ePUB ´ Warning as well as Struck By Lightning The Carson Philips Journal.



10 thoughts on “The Enchantress Returns

  1. Josie Josie says:

    Arrrgh these books frustrate me The story is really fantastic The characters are fun and interesting for the most part Red is hilarious But the wink wink nudge nudge uality to the writing makes me crazy Colfer definitely has a talent for storytelling but it is so very obvious that he knows this The entire time reading these books I got the distinct impression that there is a LOT of self flagalting going on It isn't enough to write a great little bit of dialouge there has to be a see what I did there? moment immediately following it Which comes across as pompous and condescending to the reader I get it you're clever you can stop beating me over the head with it That being said Colfer is very young and very smart and I have little doubt that his tendency to self congratulate will dissapate as he matures as a writer And of course none of this is to say I haven't enjoyed these books I truly have I'll just enjoy them once Colfer relaxes and realizes his audience can and will find his cleverness without him having to hand feed it to them

  2. Bookworm007 Bookworm007 says:

    HOLY MOLY I CAN'T EVEN EXPRESS MY EXCITMENT RIGHT NOWTHE COVER LOOKS aMAZingBUT AUGUST ????? DO THESE PEOPLE HONESTLY THINK I CAN SURVIVE THAT LONG???????#^edit on Oct 11 2013Either my reading improved or Chris Colfer's writing deteriorated cuz this time I actually noticed his writing style It was verychildishor rather I suppose it was because the targeted audience is younger than myself that I felt that some sentences didn't flow well or were unnecessary But I was willing to overlook these flaws and still give the book 5 stars even if it did take Alex and Connor 9 chapters of 126 pages to return to the Land of Stories and then another 8 chapters of 157 pages to actually begin their uestWhy? Well first off any book that grabs me and doesn't let go until 1 am in the morning not that I wanted to sleep but I really had to rest my eyes deserves a high rating I LOVED how this book was another item collecting uest It's just so exciting to read about The ending was sooo sad that tears actually welled up in my eyes a bit I felt like I could totally understand view spoilerConnor's devastation at losing Alex Even though I know they would definitely probably be reunited in the next book I still felt really sad hide spoiler

  3. Amanda Amanda says:

    AHHH WHYYY this book was amazing but the ending was truly the stand out and i think there will be a third one maybe hopefully or else the real strength in this series is Colfer's ability to create sympathy his characters although they may be well known are given back stories that change how you see both their fairytale and their character he adds detail to the fairytale world creating shades of grey between the good and evil that characterizes them Colfer's use of humor was wonderful and he knows just how to pull on heart strings all in all a beautiful book in a beautiful series

  4. Genevieve Genevieve says:

    Man the ending thoughdepressing That's a sad but great book I love it when you can tell that an author put a lot of thought and care into the book Chris Colfer definitely did Can't wait to dive into the next oneEdit I Love when an author writes a series but while writing they slip in certain details and facts and info here and there that you would really think twice about normally but when everything starts to unravel they intertwine all those facts and info together for the climax of the story Like harry potter and Rick Riordon

  5. Brad Sells Brad Sells says:

    Oh gosh that was fantastic Even better than book one This series has so many incredible elements of fairytales that makes me fall in love with this series harder and harder with each book So so so amazingLook for my full review soon

  6. Nariman Nariman says:

    My 10 years old son is obsessed with this series and he practically forced me to listen to this book with him even though he could read it by himself and we barely had spare time to listen together without interruption because he enjoys a little too much discussing every small detail to death with someone who knows what's going on in the story and it happened that I just finished the first book when he decided to begin the second and i am very glad that he forced me I enjoyed this book far than the first it has adventure in it the challenge was complicated and harder and has heart breaking ending That Red Riding Hood has a larger appearance in it didn't hurt either she is my favorite character so far followed closely by Connor

  7. Margaret Margaret says:

    Easily the biggest Middle Reader dud of 2013 True this book has enjoyed popular success on the NYT Children's list in part thanks to the author's acting fan following that helped build the fan base for his first TLOS installment I enjoy Colfer's acting including his self penned film debut But I'm not reviewing Colfer the actor I'm reviewing Colfer the writer Given the target audience genre and other truly good intermediate titles out there this book suffers from cliche character tropes and a poorly mapped plot arc It should not take half the book before the main characters undertake the main uest journey nor should each 'major' hurdle of that journey be resolved in a single chapter Given the age range for middle reader fiction there are numerous language and situational choices in TLOSTER that are suited for a YA base In fact I can envision this series transformed for the mainstream tween audience; hopefully with sophisticated character development right now it plays like plastic Disney Channel fare I would not ex recommend this book for an above level reader in the 2nd 4th grade or even for a 5th 8th grader who gravitates toward chewier plots TLOSTER is 'fast food' reading at best though that is a kind assessment

  8. Eleanor Eleanor says:

    It was so beautifulšŸ’œGive me the third book RIGHT NOW

  9. Alice Alice says:

    Ok so I read this book a LONG time ago and I am only now getting around to reviewing it so I apologise for vaguenessFirstly I need to say that I am madly in love with Chris Colfer so anything he does in my opinion is going to be amazing The Wishing Spell was fantastic and I was than excited to read The Enchantress ReturnsThis book was incredible It was amazingly written well thought out and developed and it had great character development It also worked really well as a seuel; it had it's own story but at the same time continued from the first book Generally this book was an amazing read and I love being transported into this incredible fairy tale world And that ending WOWHowever this book was incredible long This isn't a negative in fact many will see it as a positivehowever for me it took a lot of time and effort to read which I was willing to give But if I had to nit pick it would have helped me if it was shorter Also this book follows the same formula as the first; looking for items in the fairy tale world I did not mind one bit and I was just as enthralled as I was with the wishing spell but I wonder if this formula will continue throughout the series and if so if it will become a bit samey However I have utmost confidence in Chris Colfer's abilities and I absolutely adored this book Any negatives I have was just me trying really hard to find negatives in order to have a balanced review This book is fantastic and good for all ages I highly recommend

  10. Cecilia Cecilia says:

    I was crying at the end of this book so good was it

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10 thoughts on “The Enchantress Returns

  1. Josie Josie says:

    Arrrgh these books frustrate me The story is really fantastic The characters are fun and interesting for the most part Red is hilarious But the wink wink nudge nudge uality to the writing makes me crazy Colfer definitely has a talent for storytelling but it is so very obvious that he knows this The entire time reading these books I got the distinct impression that there is a LOT of self flagalting going on It isn't enough to write a great little bit of dialouge there has to be a see what I did there? moment immediately following it Which comes across as pompous and condescending to the reader I get it you're clever you can stop beating me over the head with it That being said Colfer is very young and very smart and I have little doubt that his tendency to self congratulate will dissapate as he matures as a writer And of course none of this is to say I haven't enjoyed these books I truly have I'll just enjoy them once Colfer relaxes and realizes his audience can and will find his cleverness without him having to hand feed it to them

  2. Bookworm007 Bookworm007 says:

    HOLY MOLY I CAN'T EVEN EXPRESS MY EXCITMENT RIGHT NOWTHE COVER LOOKS aMAZingBUT AUGUST ????? DO THESE PEOPLE HONESTLY THINK I CAN SURVIVE THAT LONG???????#^edit on Oct 11 2013Either my reading improved or Chris Colfer's writing deteriorated cuz this time I actually noticed his writing style It was verychildishor rather I suppose it was because the targeted audience is younger than myself that I felt that some sentences didn't flow well or were unnecessary But I was willing to overlook these flaws and still give the book 5 stars even if it did take Alex and Connor 9 chapters of 126 pages to return to the Land of Stories and then another 8 chapters of 157 pages to actually begin their uestWhy? Well first off any book that grabs me and doesn't let go until 1 am in the morning not that I wanted to sleep but I really had to rest my eyes deserves a high rating I LOVED how this book was another item collecting uest It's just so exciting to read about The ending was sooo sad that tears actually welled up in my eyes a bit I felt like I could totally understand view spoilerConnor's devastation at losing Alex Even though I know they would definitely probably be reunited in the next book I still felt really sad hide spoiler

  3. Amanda Amanda says:

    AHHH WHYYY this book was amazing but the ending was truly the stand out and i think there will be a third one maybe hopefully or else the real strength in this series is Colfer's ability to create sympathy his characters although they may be well known are given back stories that change how you see both their fairytale and their character he adds detail to the fairytale world creating shades of grey between the good and evil that characterizes them Colfer's use of humor was wonderful and he knows just how to pull on heart strings all in all a beautiful book in a beautiful series

  4. Genevieve Genevieve says:

    Man the ending thoughdepressing That's a sad but great book I love it when you can tell that an author put a lot of thought and care into the book Chris Colfer definitely did Can't wait to dive into the next oneEdit I Love when an author writes a series but while writing they slip in certain details and facts and info here and there that you would really think twice about normally but when everything starts to unravel they intertwine all those facts and info together for the climax of the story Like harry potter and Rick Riordon

  5. Brad Sells Brad Sells says:

    Oh gosh that was fantastic Even better than book one This series has so many incredible elements of fairytales that makes me fall in love with this series harder and harder with each book So so so amazingLook for my full review soon

  6. Nariman Nariman says:

    My 10 years old son is obsessed with this series and he practically forced me to listen to this book with him even though he could read it by himself and we barely had spare time to listen together without interruption because he enjoys a little too much discussing every small detail to death with someone who knows what's going on in the story and it happened that I just finished the first book when he decided to begin the second and i am very glad that he forced me I enjoyed this book far than the first it has adventure in it the challenge was complicated and harder and has heart breaking ending That Red Riding Hood has a larger appearance in it didn't hurt either she is my favorite character so far followed closely by Connor

  7. Margaret Margaret says:

    Easily the biggest Middle Reader dud of 2013 True this book has enjoyed popular success on the NYT Children's list in part thanks to the author's acting fan following that helped build the fan base for his first TLOS installment I enjoy Colfer's acting including his self penned film debut But I'm not reviewing Colfer the actor I'm reviewing Colfer the writer Given the target audience genre and other truly good intermediate titles out there this book suffers from cliche character tropes and a poorly mapped plot arc It should not take half the book before the main characters undertake the main uest journey nor should each 'major' hurdle of that journey be resolved in a single chapter Given the age range for middle reader fiction there are numerous language and situational choices in TLOSTER that are suited for a YA base In fact I can envision this series transformed for the mainstream tween audience; hopefully with sophisticated character development right now it plays like plastic Disney Channel fare I would not ex recommend this book for an above level reader in the 2nd 4th grade or even for a 5th 8th grader who gravitates toward chewier plots TLOSTER is 'fast food' reading at best though that is a kind assessment

  8. Eleanor Eleanor says:

    It was so beautifulšŸ’œGive me the third book RIGHT NOW

  9. Alice Alice says:

    Ok so I read this book a LONG time ago and I am only now getting around to reviewing it so I apologise for vaguenessFirstly I need to say that I am madly in love with Chris Colfer so anything he does in my opinion is going to be amazing The Wishing Spell was fantastic and I was than excited to read The Enchantress ReturnsThis book was incredible It was amazingly written well thought out and developed and it had great character development It also worked really well as a seuel; it had it's own story but at the same time continued from the first book Generally this book was an amazing read and I love being transported into this incredible fairy tale world And that ending WOWHowever this book was incredible long This isn't a negative in fact many will see it as a positivehowever for me it took a lot of time and effort to read which I was willing to give But if I had to nit pick it would have helped me if it was shorter Also this book follows the same formula as the first; looking for items in the fairy tale world I did not mind one bit and I was just as enthralled as I was with the wishing spell but I wonder if this formula will continue throughout the series and if so if it will become a bit samey However I have utmost confidence in Chris Colfer's abilities and I absolutely adored this book Any negatives I have was just me trying really hard to find negatives in order to have a balanced review This book is fantastic and good for all ages I highly recommend

  10. Cecilia Cecilia says:

    I was crying at the end of this book so good was it

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