Little (Grrl) Lost
Publish date: September 6th 2007
Publisher: Viking Juvenile
Pages no: 271
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Urban Fantasy
, Sci Fi Fantasy
, Young Adult Fantasy
, Magical Realism
Series: Newford 1 (#20)
I think I may have read part of this before, maybe as a short story... It's cute and somewhat fluffy, but a decent urban faerie tale.
(Original review posted on my livejournal account)Why I Read It: I came across this title the same time as when found What I Was by Meg Rosoff: they were both on a bargain clearance table for $2 each, for the hardcover! At this point, I had only read The Blue Girl by de Lint, and while it didn't blo...
This book was... blah... yeah, I know... not very informative. Let me elaborate for you. I enjoyed the first half of the book. It was great. I loved the characters, the plot was interesting, I love the world, and the concept of "Littles" was very intriguing. I had absolutely no complaints for the fi...
Exactly like I wished my next de-Lint-book to be: Urban fantasy with strong and likable heroines, a great developing friendship between completely different characters, love, fairies and other dangerous creatures, mistakes, perfect scenes that beg to be reread ... When I finished "The Blue Girl" in...
T.J. is lonely and unhappy after her parents lose their farm and move to the city. In her new house she meets Elizabeth, a 6-inch-tall girl whose family lives in the walls. Elizabeth is sick of hiding and wants to experience the modern world. When T.J. tries help her they become separated and must f...
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