If you thought you knew your favorite fairy tales, then you’re in for an unexpected and astonishing surprise! Over a hundred years ago, the Grimm Brothers unearthed age-old fables of frightening worlds, dark forests and foreboding castles. Over the years, these lurid tales were domesticated into toothless bedtime stories for children, cleansed of much of the original fear and dread that made these tales so powerful and unforgettable.
In The Evil That Men Do, author and storyteller Michael Sanders transforms eight original fairy tales into a thrill ride, with twists and turns from the amusing to the macabre, reimagining them as contemporary stories, with everyday characters who come face-to-face with the evil that lives in the hearts of those around them.
The Evil That Men Do is a collection of fairy tales for our modern age, stories in which ordinary men, women and children must overcome human wickedness or else be destroyed by it. These are tales of villains and their victims entwined in plots that could have been taken from today’s headlines, yet stay true to the storylines of the original fables.