UnEnchanted - Chanda Hahn


By Chanda Hahn

  • Release Date: 2011-12-29
  • Genre: Fairy Tales, Myths & Fables
Score: 4.5
From 13,764 Ratings


Mina Grime is unlucky, unpopular and uncoordinated, that is until she saves her crush's life on a field trip, changing her High School status from loser to hero overnight. But with her new found fame brings misfortune in the form of an old family curse come to light. For Mina is descended from the Brothers Grimm and has inherited all of their unfinished fairy tale business. Which includes trying to outwit a powerful Story from making her its next fairytale victim.

To break the fairy tale curse on her family and make these deadly occurrences stop, Mina must finish the tales until the very Grimm end.


  • Great read

    By Mariia V
    Easy to read. Very interesting.
  • My favorite series

    By Robin (the slayer) hood
    I loved this series so much!
  • Two thumbs up

    By Jourdan18
    I really liked this book! It's a fun twist on some of my favorite Disney stories.
  • Interesting take on Grimm

    By John Frosted
    Grimm’s tales are dragged kicking and screaming up to modern times, as three new Story elements are added: Mean Girls, Bullies and Social Media Unfortunately, these new elements become major players in the world that the author creates, and, like certain other characters who’s names shall not be mentioned, gain power over our us simply by their retelling. The original stories were thought provoking and scary in their own right. I’m not sure it’s necessary or wise for the author and the media in general to continue to push these new topics into the social unconsciousness of acceptable behavior of modern society. It’s not that the story or the telling here is bad, it’s actually quite interesting. I just think that like many modern authors, she’s promoting the destruction of society by empowering unsuitable behavior patterns without even making commentary on it. And these new story elements are being woven with more and more force, into the world we all must live in. I would love to see authors treat these ideas as the villains that they are, and not simply accept this bad behavior as background plot devices.
  • Left wanting

    By Sassyve
    I had a situation where I did not read for a period of time, leaving the characters midstream. Yet the story line is concrete and simple enough to follow. Finishing Book 1, I was left wanting more. Not hesitating to continue the story into Book 2. Thank you
  • Amazing book 📚

    By straight out cool girl
    I didn’t mind the few spelling errors I think it was great and compelling. I couldn’t stop reading til the end which was surprising.😜🤩
  • UnEnchanted

    By startre4321
    Stilled, shining through... engulf highly.
  • Stick with it!

    By InezIncendio
    The first in this series is set with a brilliant idea and base, but it is not flawlessly executed - it can be a little lacking depth at times and it’s got some minor continuity problems. But! Stick with the series! #2 is better than #1, and #3 is better than #2, etc. Each book adds layer upon layer to the story, until there’s so much going on that getting to the ending is an emotional thrill ride. In a lot of ways, the complication and depth of the story increases as Mina matures, kind of like Jane Austen’s Emma - which is its own type of beauty. By the end of the series, you feel like you’ve grown with Mina, which is cool. I thoroughly enjoyed this series, and I hope you will too :)
  • Unenchanted

    By Dtsmama
    This was a fabulous connection to a series I had just finished on Amazon Prime. Love when things connect like that. Fairy tales aren't always easy and happy.....
  • Un-Enchanted has me enchanted

    By Spazztatic85
    Spellbound by this book! I couldn’t stop reading it!