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The Goblin Wood - Hilari Bell
The Goblin Wood
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Makenna is a young hedgewitch, forced to flee her village the day her mother is murdered for practicing magic. In the wilds of the forest, she forms an unexpected alliance with the mysterious goblins, and together they resolve to fight back against the humans and the cruel Decree of Bright Magic.... show more
Makenna is a young hedgewitch, forced to flee her village the day her mother is murdered for practicing magic. In the wilds of the forest, she forms an unexpected alliance with the mysterious goblins, and together they resolve to fight back against the humans and the cruel Decree of Bright Magic. But as Makenna grows more successful and her goblin army becomes stronger, her existence threatens the ruling Hierarchy's plans for the country. She evades every trap they set, until a young knight named Tobin comes to the Goblin Wood hoping to regain his lost honor. And each of them finds something else instead ...
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780060513733 (006051373X)
ASIN: 006051373X
Publisher: HarperTeen
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
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waltzy
waltzy rated it
4.0 The Goblin Wood
Very enjoyable. The heroine, Makenna, is competent and kickass. Not much romance, but I appreciate the building of Makenna and Tobin's genuine respect for each other much more than insta-romance. I really like the goblins and their loyalty to Makenna.
Just Another Bookworm
Just Another Bookworm rated it
5.0 The Goblin Wood
In what turned out to be an addicting fantasy novel, Hilari Bell shows love and compassion for goblins, a race often seen in a negative light in fantasy novels.Betrayed by her own human race, Makenna, a young hedgewitch, flees her village after her mother's execution and finds herself in the company...
The Haunting of Orchid Forsythia
The Haunting of Orchid Forsythia rated it
5.0
Review taken from my blog, The Haunting of Orchid Forsythia.First Sentence:Makenna had to stretch onto her toes to reach the small stone lamp, for the shelf that held it was higher than a grown woman's head, and she was only eleven.The Goblin Wood had been sitting on my TBR pile for maybe two months...
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