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Ever since Chocolat, Harris has played with the idea that magic might actually work, and it was only a matter of time before she, like many other adult authors, wrote a book for children. Her enjoyment at being able to go the whole hog is palpable, and her dramatic story rollocks along for 536 pages, with magical transformations, nets of blue fire and a spunky heroine.
Unfortunately, I didn't enjoy this at all. I found it very difficult to read and understand, although I did persevere to the end. Not her usual standard at all.Published 4 months ago by K. H. Harrison
I found this light work compared to some of the fantasy I read, which was no bad thing, and there seem to be some definite nods to Sir Terry Pratchett, of whom I'm a big fan. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Del
Good follow up to her other book THE GOSPEL OF LOKI better to have read the gospel first although could be read on ownPublished 6 months ago by henry j powell
Very clever, very easy to read. Thoroughly enjoyable.
Perfect for a saga feast in front of the fire on a winters day.
Am currently reading this book. It is certainly unusual but very well written.Published 8 months ago by Deborah Chetwood
a fantastic novel based on the Norse Gods. Real humour, cunning and brilliantly written. Yes it may appear as 'young adult fiction' but there will be plenty in there for adults... Read morePublished 9 months ago by wicce_k