TYMNHS: Tangled series

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Hello there! Yes, it has been a while since a TYMNHS blog πŸ˜… I got caught up with my new upcoming Novella Divine Error (Aug 1st). Here is the post in all its glory!

If you are like me and wished that Rapunzel gets her golden locks back again at the end of Tangled movie, then you are in luck! You can follow the story of Rapunzel and Eugene (Flynn Rider) in Disney’s animated series of the same name. All three seasons have now ended and you can watch the series in its entirety without having to wait like I did.

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The highlight of the animated series are the insights that we get into the two protagonists (along with Pascal, Max, the pub gang, her parents and a few new characters as well). Both Rapunzel and Eugene are developed further and we get to see their growth, their love for one another (as well the many failed attempts at proposals) before we get to the point of the final scene in the original movie. I feel that the animated series tackles more adult content like friendship and betrayal, hope and charity.

The songs in the animation are pure magic. The Healing incantation, the Decay incantation as well as the “Ready as I’ll Ever Be” songs will be stuck on loop in your ears for days (Sorry, but not sorry).

Here are the links to them:

Decay Incantation

Wither and decay
End this destiny
Break these earthly chains
And set the spirit free
The spirit free

Healing Incantation

Flower, gleam and glow
Let your power shine
Make the clock reverse
Bring back what once was mine
Heal what has been hurt
Change the Fates’ design
Save what has been lost
Bring back what once was mine
What once was mine

Hope you give this series a try. It is my hope that it brings a little magic to your day. Thank you for reading!

If you would like to pre-order my new Novella (Sorry couldn’t resist)
Divine Error is a dark comedy
Pre-order: https://amazon.com/dp/B089FDJ5KF

Published by Aisha Urooj

I live in Toronto, Ontario. I love living in my multicultural city. My hobbies include writing, reading, painting and photography. I adore classic books and hope to someday emulate the books that I love and cherish.

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