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A Whole New World

R waiting for his third and final wishTo stop the power mad ruler Aladdin and the deposed Princess Jasmine must unite the people of Agrabah in rebellion But soon their fight for freedom threatens to. A Whole New World is the first book in Disney Books Twisted Tales series I have always loved the Disney animated version of Aladdin s story so was pretty hyped when I found out this book was an actual thingThe first portion of the book is a fairly strict novelization of the movieThenThe twist Aladdin doesn t awaken the genie Jaraf does The conseuences of this one change as you can imagine are not good The second half really picks up with Aladdin Jasmine and friends teaming up to defeat Jafar and free Agrabah from his demonic rule including an army of the walking dead That s right zombiesThe writing seemed a bit too simplistic for my tastes but there was a lot of action and overall it was a uick fun read I would recommend if you love all things Aladdin and just need some content Haute Chinese Cuisine from the Kitchen of Wakiya power mad ruler Aladdin and the deposed Princess Jasmine must unite the Twisted people of Agrabah in rebellion But soon their fight for freedom threatens to. A Whole New World is the first book in Disney Books Twisted Tales series I have always loved the Disney animated version of Aladdin s story so was The Exploration of the Male Anatomy pretty hyped when I found out this book was an actual thingThe first All Night Long (Nannies, picks up with Aladdin Jasmine and friends teaming up to defeat Jafar and free Agrabah from his demonic rule including an army of the walking dead That s right zombiesThe writing seemed a bit too simplistic for my tastes but there was a lot of action and overall it was a uick fun read I would recommend if you love all things Aladdin and just need some content

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Tear the kingdom apart in a costly civil war What happens next A Street Rat becomes a leader A princess becomes a revolutionary And readers will never look at the story of Aladdin in the same way aga. DNF at 49%The first 25% was EXACTLY like the movie frame by frame line by line It s like someone sat there watching the movie describing EVERY scene to me and regurgitating EVERY line of dialogueI get that this was an Aladdin retelling but couldn t there have been some variance YeeshAt 25% things finally branch off into a totally new direction that what if factor But it didn t get any better The characters were LITERALLY cardboard Zero passion zero development zero everything They just existed and that s it They were not fleshed out at all Javar was the villain obviously but he felt like a background character He seemed so hollow and not scary Everything about the book felt middle grade than YA There was no depth no intensity no epicness It was like a somewhat ridiculous case of Our band of teenagers will DEFEAT EVIL SAVE THE WORLD I love YA but I ve outgrown middle grade and this felt very much like something that I d outgrown The romance was insta lovey Or at least insta crushy It s like that in Aladdin I know but for some reason it feels totally okay in the movie But in a book I expect With pages and room for development I want to see a better slower thought out romanceI was curious to see how the story would turn out but to be honest I just wasn t enjoying it at all I was dragging my feet and finally got tired of it The Cursed Hole of the Shinoda Family passion zero development zero everything They just existed and that s it They were not fleshed out at all Javar was the villain obviously but he felt like a background character He seemed so hollow and not scary Everything about the book felt middle grade than YA There was no depth no intensity no epicness It was like a somewhat ridiculous case of Our band of teenagers will DEFEAT EVIL SAVE THE WORLD I love YA but I ve outgrown middle grade and this felt very much like something that I d outgrown The romance was insta lovey Or at least insta crushy It s like that in Aladdin I know but for some reason it feels totally okay in the movie But in a book I expect With Tusculan Disputations, I and Scipios Dream pages and room for development I want to see a better slower thought out romanceI was curious to see how the story would turn out but to be honest I just wasn t enjoying it at all I was dragging my feet and finally got tired of it

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What if Jafar was the first one to summon the Genie When Jafar steals the Genie’s lamp he uses his first two wishes to become sultan and the most powerful sorcerer in the world Agrabah lives in fea. 15 stars Welcome to a new YA series that reimagines classic Disney stories in surprising new ways I deleted my pre review so you can t see but I was super excited for A Whole New World I put a gif with Aladdin throwing money and everything I was ready to love itAnd it crushed that hope Crushed it like Beyonce crushed at the VMAs Right up to 20% practically one fifth of the book it was a near play by play replica of the Disney movie Was this supposed to be an ad for the Disney movie Because you don t need to sell me that shit I watched it every day for an entire week when I borrowed the video cassette 90s man from the library Aside from a few details like Aladdin s mom making a brief one chapter appearance it doesn t even attempt to differentiate itself from the source material It shovels extra scenes in too like Jafar throwing a very familiar parade after he becomes sultan The plot is nothing to write home about It was juvenile and typical and foreshadows with the finesse of a hippo ballerina For instance it hints at an eventual betrayal by turning that character shifty and inspiring internal monologues What s up with him Why is he acting different I m sure it s nothingFucking please Give your readers some credit Juvenile is actually the best word to describe this book The characters are sad two dimensional paper dolls no different than their movie counterparts Aladdin never experiences any hesitation in his goal to rescue Jasmine even when normal human instinct is to run as damn far as you can in the opposite direction He is a hero dammit and he must never not be heroic Genie is cheerfully snarky and uses references that shouldn t exist during that era which really irritated me because a it s a fantasy and modern slang should never appear and b pay some respect to the culture that inspired it Do some research Aladdin was released when the public wasn t as conscious about this kind of thing There s absolutely no excuse for it nowAnd it never fails to remind us that Jafar is evil yo Every scene he s in he s using an oily voice The tower where he lives is encased in an evil orange glow When he laughs not evilly has to be added because he obviously does it so often Jafar is the most suandered character in A Whole New World So much could have been done with him to flesh him into a fully believable villain or even antihero I would love if the whole thing was told from his point of view We get glimpses of his backstory and thought process which only proves that he s wasted potential I still get a little shiver down my spine when I recall that scene where he s practicing dark magic in his evil lair and talking to Iago But the book decides to go the crazy villain route He s evil because he s nuts Thank you for fucking up Arabian culture and mental illness perceptions An ambitious villain is someone I can understand A crazy villain is cartoonish and cheapI mean honestly Just look at the stuff they say And evil keeps going around Aladdin swore angrily storming out There s another way You don t have to choose this life You could be something I can just hear an Alan Menken piece in the background Most books abide by the same moral code alright I m not mad at that Prodigy or Champion I don t remember which has a similar scene where June is rebuking Thomas for being a dick and then compares him to Day who suffered under pretty similar conditions but chose to walk in the light Same sentiment different words The writing is as nuanced as a crayon drawing by the way But when you combine the good and right moral code with everything that s going on it reinforces its lack of depth So when Aladdin spits out a line like that making sure there s an angrily there in case I m too stupid to understand he s pissed it s laughable It s childish It s cheesy We get a bit of grey morality with Rasoul but that s it The revolution goes off without a hitch and everyone who isn t Jafar lives happily ever after The characters never struggled It just felt like they were going through the motions I never felt fear for themExtra 05 star goes to Jasmine gaining a bigger role as the revolution s leader and the unexpectedly good twist on Jafar s final wish Didn t see it coming and I give credit where it s due Everything else is blech Just watch the Disney movie It has catchy tunes and Robin Williams The Shadow People powerful sorcerer in the world Agrabah lives in fea. 15 stars Welcome to a new YA series that reimagines classic Disney stories in surprising new ways I deleted my The Aliens Mate (Warriors of Luxiria, pre review so you can t see but I was super excited for A Whole New World I Degrees of Elevation put a gif with Aladdin throwing money and everything I was ready to love itAnd it crushed that hope Crushed it like Beyonce crushed at the VMAs Right up to 20% Demons, Yes--But Thank God for Good Angels practically one fifth of the book it was a near The Pride and Prejudice Movie Cookbook play by Vietnam Perkasie play replica of the Disney movie Was this supposed to be an ad for the Disney movie Because you don t need to sell me that shit I watched it every day for an entire week when I borrowed the video cassette 90s man from the library Aside from a few details like Aladdin s mom making a brief one chapter appearance it doesn t even attempt to differentiate itself from the source material It shovels extra scenes in too like Jafar throwing a very familiar Losing Strength and Dexterity plot is nothing to write home about It was juvenile and typical and foreshadows with the finesse of a hippo ballerina For instance it hints at an eventual betrayal by turning that character shifty and inspiring internal monologues What s up with him Why is he acting different I m sure it s nothingFucking Afghanistan please Give your readers some 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About the Author: Liz Braswell

After the sort of introverted childhood you would expect from a writer Liz earned a degree in Egyptology at Brown University and then promptly spent the next ten years producing video games Finally she caved into fate and wrote Snow and Rx under the name Tracy Lynn followed by The Nine Lives of Chloe King series under her real name because by then the assassins hunting her were all dead She a



10 thoughts on “A Whole New World

  1. says:

    A Whole New World contrary to what I initially believed is not really a retelling Instead it's of a fan fiction that recreates the Disney film for the first approx 25% down to copying the exact dialogue in parts but then changes a single element of the plot to spin the story in a new direction Being a fan of the Disney movie I found myself saying some of the lines before the characters And the small prologue

  2. says:

    What if it were Jafar who summoned the genie? What if he became the new sultan was granted a great power no one else could surpass and took complete control of the city of Agrabah?Can you recognize your dearly loved fairy tale in this? I couldn’t Certainly the author’s purpose was to twist the story we all know about and give

  3. says:

    15 stars Welcome to a new YA series that reimagines classic Disney stories in surprising new ways I deleted my pre review so you can't see but I

  4. says:

    A Whole New World is the first book in Disney Books Twisted Tales series I have always loved the Disney animated version of Aladdin's story so was pretty hyped when I found out this book was an actual thingThe first portion of the book is a fairly strict novelization of the movieThenThe twist Aladdin doesn't awaken the genie Jaraf does The conseuences of this one change as you can imagine are not good The se

  5. says:

    What a disappointment this book turned out to beYou know when I reuested for this book I did it because I was really really expecting a Disney movie retelling wait is that even allowed? Isn't there supposed to be some copyright thingy about modifying a well known commercial masterpiece into something else? Can some lawyer clarify this for

  6. says:

    STOP THE PRESSES

  7. says:

    Pre read Man I want to read this so badly that it's not even funny What if Jafar were the first one to summon the Genie you say?note this pre review has no affiliation with Disney or this book but I'm just entirely speculatingcoughsIago Ooh ooh ooh I know lemme answer this one PLEASE I am BEGGING youAladdin rubs the back of his n

  8. says:

    My actual rating is 35 stars but I rounded up to 4 for a few reasons 1 Because of how much I enjoyed reading it Is it a masterpiece of literatur

  9. says:

    DNF at 49%The first 25% was EXACTLY like the movie—frame by frame line by line It's like someone sat there watching the movie describing EVERY scene to me and regurgitating EVERY line of dialogueI get that this was an Aladdin retelling but couldn't there have been some variance? YeeshAt 25% things finally branch off into a totally new direction that what if factor But it didn't get any better The character

  10. says:

    I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest reviewThank you NetGalley and Disney Press for the advan

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