Der Triumph der Zwerge
Publish date: February 16th 2015
Pages no: 653
Edition language: English
So many new and wonderful characters in this new series and I can’t wait for more; each more interesting and dynamic than the next. The first book in the series has the Duke of Greycourt, or Grey for short, and Beatrice, the poor relation who is in charge of organizing his step-father's funeral. Th...
This one shifts the focus a bit. We are introduced to Bedelia's family - basically the dwarven side which includes the difference between male and female dwarves as well as queer couples. This leads to Adrienne and Bedelia splitting up because Bedelia wants to visit her mother. Adrienne uses the ...
I love the goblins in this. We get a bit more of Sparky's back story. The book deals with abusive relationships, or at least in such a way that is okay for young readers. If you are upset about someone mooning over Edward and his stalker friends, this is a cure. There is a bit about using monst...
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book via the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. Sorrow is a retelling or to be more accurate a continuation of Cinderella. The story is told in prose poetry and poetry, designed as messages and letters sent to various people or a newspaper repor...
Excellent continuation of Niobe's story. A bit darker but wonderful. Some of the inking(?) of some of the script should be darker though. But there is pretty of action and struggle to find and know oneself.
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