Publish date: September 6th 2011
Publisher: Turtleback Books
Pages no: 325
Edition language: English
Series: Goblin Wars (#1)
I enjoyed this one! It provided a really nice blend of Irish mythology and contemporary eras to provide a really great adventure story. I myself didn’t know anything about Irish Travellers so it was a good lesson for me to learn from as well. Not sure what I can say about the romance aspect in the b...
Teagan’s life was a fairly normal one, split between school and her part time job at an animal clinic. One day Tea’s cousin Finn puts in an appearance, coming to live with Tea’s family as they are his closest relatives. And that is when the lines between real and impossible start to blur, as Finn co...
Tyger Tyger is aimed at younger readers, and brings with it a storehouse of Irish lore. The author uses imagination and creativity to bring these aspects together to create a modern tale. The language is mostly clean, and the violence minimized so it works for that target group. The story does need ...
This turned out to be better than I thought.Don't judge a book by its cover Yeah yeah I know. The cover was just so severely creepy. It was actually the synopsis that got me interested in the first place.The book was actually really thin. So I expected a simple and short story. But instead, Kersten ...
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