The Secret Country (The Secret Country Trilogy, Book 1)
Publish date: May 1st 1985
Pages no: 293
Edition language: English
Series: The Secret Country (#1)
So this book came to my attention years ago thanks to a certain plagarist. I picked it up a year or two ago and finally sat down to read it. Overall good, it's about a group of cousins who after years of creating and playing in a fantasy world, stumble into it. They meet the characters that they h...
Review taken from my blog, The Haunting of Orchid ForsythiaThe Secret Country and I have a few years worth of history. The first time I read it, about five years ago, I just fell in love with the world and couldn't sleep after finishing the first book, so I begged (yep, I was that desperate) my mom ...
I first read this book when I was in grade school and was instantly hooked, and incredibly disappointed to find out it was the first of a trilogy! I ended up losing the book in a move soon after and forgot the title and author for years, only to stumble upon it last year in a used book shop. A funny...
OMG so awesome. Two siblings and their three cousins fall through a hedge into a magical realm—one they used to pretend was real. Like a non-preachy version of Narnia, but with better characterization and a more intriguing framing device. In fact, each and every character is well-rounded and interes...
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