Goblin Girl

Goblin Girl Maude is the princess of Goblinton a rich world of color and fruit When her mother the queen vanishes swept away to the Other Place a drab world of peach walls and artificial light Maude is desper

  • Title: Goblin Girl
  • Author: S.E. Burr
  • ISBN: 9781514742204
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Paperback
  • Maude is the princess of Goblinton, a rich world of color and fruit When her mother the queen vanishes, swept away to the Other Place, a drab world of peach walls and artificial light, Maude is desperate to save her With the help of Anna, a mysterious red haired woman, Maude will face a wizard and a horde of goblins to protect her people and bring her mother home.

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    1. First off, Goblin Girl started with a very different feel than Goblin Fruit; where as the later was a mostly real world story, Goblin Girl happens almost completely in another world (a medieval one). As a reader I really enjoyed how this series merged real world problems with fantasy. Though, I'm not entirely sure whether it was fantasy or science fiction; the second book doesn't answer every question. I'm excited to continue following their story, if of course S.E. Burr is willing to write anot [...]

    2. Since it's not published yet (Erin Burr was very kind for letting me read and revise her work) I won't say very much in my upcoming review.Review to come.

    3. What a lovely book! The characters were so lifelike, so real! I felt like I was stepping into their lives while I was reading this book.You did a wonderful job of portraying and forming each character's personality and thoughts.I highly recommend it !

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