Part of Your World by Liz Braswell

Part of Your World

What if Ariel had never defeated Ursula? Five years after the (twisted) events of the film, Ariel is now the queen of Atlantica, and Ursula is running Eric's kingdom on land. But when the sea witch threatens Atlantica once more, Ariel finds herself returning to a world (and a prince) she thought she'd left behind forever.

Details Part of Your World

TitlePart of Your World
Release DateSep 4th, 2018
PublisherDisney Press
GenreFantasy, Retellings, Young Adult, Fairy Tales

Reviews Part of Your World

  • Kat Royale
    This is the first of Disney's Twisted Tales I've read and I'll be seeking out the others as soon as I have the munz. Even if you skipped Liz Braswell's heartfelt introduction to the novel (it's really sweet, seriously read it) you can tell she's a serious fan of The Little Mermaid. She captures everyone's favorite redheaded mermaid to a tea and gives some much needed depth to the character of Prince Eric. Best of all, since this is an alternative...
  • Jessica (a GREAT read)
    I received this ARC from a blogger friend in a fair trade. My review is completely honest and voluntary; I was in no way compensated for this review.Liz Braswell has done it again! She’s taken a favorite Disney movie of mine and gave it a nice good twist to see what could’ve happened had things gone wrong in The Little Mermaid. In Part of Your World, we learn how things would’ve been had Ursula won and Ariel lost everything. What’s so fun...
  • Kyle
    Lives up to the premise, and then someAn alt-reality sequel to The Little Mermaid in which Ursula wins, and Ariel is forced to grow from a naive princess into a strong and mature queen without her happy ending. The book not only meets expectations, it surpasses them. All the characters from the film get additional layers, but the qualities which made fans love them are not sacrificed. The shortcomings of the movie are addressed by giving both Ari...
  • Christina (Ensconced in Lit)
    I think I've decided for myself that books that are basically fan fiction are not for me. It's odd because I love fan fiction. I wonder if it's because if there is actually a book, there has to be backstory, which honestly, if you pick this book up, hopefully you've already seen the movie a million times, so there is no need to rehash it all. But I get the need to do that. In fan fiction, it's assumed if you are reading it, you are well versed in...
  • Danielle Zimmerman
    Reading this book felt like watching a Little Mermaid sequel (that wasn’t The Little Mermaid II). This novel incorporates so many characters and settings from the classic Disney animated film that it’s hard not to lose yourself in it and relish the expansion of a world we know and love. The What If premise is really interesting and has unexpected consequences on the lives of many characters, namely Ariel and Eric. They’re five years older b...
  • Shantel
    *This review is based on an uncorrected proof, provided to me for free, in exchange for an unbiased review.*Something you should know about me upfront: I'm a big Disney fan. Big. HUGE. But, I am also very picky when it comes to retellings of stories I'm fond of, and I can honestly say, I very much enjoyed the story crafted by Liz Braswell for Part of Your World.Part of Your World is the fifth book in the Twisted Tale series from Disney Press, whi...
  • D.J.
    You might as well give these characters different names because they're nothing like the characters we all know and love from the film. With an odd inclusion of Greek mythology along with awful dialogue and a slow plot, this was a major disappointment.
  • Ashley
    Quick fun read. I enjoy these types of twisted tales that Liz Braswell writes. Full review to come closer to release date.
  • Lisanne Israel
    Loved loved loved it! It was a really great book. I love the story of the little mermaid. It’s really a recommendation to everyone who loves mermaid fairytales 🧜🏻♀ Loved loved loved it! It was a really great book. I love the story of the little mermaid. It’s really a recommendation to everyone who loves mermaid fairytales 🧜🏻‍♀️