I think that this was a well-written, expressive book! The three main characters fit together like pieces in a puzzle: Goldie, a caring bubbly talkative girl, Red, a slightly grouchy but magical (literally!) girl, Red's gran, who's also a bit grumpy, but an expert on all things magic. In this sublime storyline, Red needs a cure for her ill Granny, and a Dwarf gives her some information. Meanwhile, a hunter named Horst is trying to kill a wolf, who happens to be with Red. The Wolf and Red bond, Horst is just a tad too out-of-the-ordinary, and Granny is slowly getting sicker and sicker.
I think that this book was exceptional, and I've read a ton of books that have put twists on fairy tales, but this one really stood out to me because the plot was so interesting and exquisite. The end tied it all together really well, with no loose ends. I'd recommend this book for fairytale lovers (Like me!), people who are 7+, and people looking for a fascinating, moving, and memorable book.