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on 31 July 2013
My grandchildren have an enormous collection of Trolls (Grandma goes mad on ebay!!) and Max loved this book as it brought some of them to life for him.
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on 15 October 2015
Hilariously funny and so well written, my son and I loved this book so much that it's been read several times, and recommended.
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on 4 February 2012
I think that the splendid authors here should be given a pay rise. They really capture the essence of what life must be like for Trolls. Trying to get a healthy ballance between scaring goats, posting on forums and having fun.

This work never comes across as an amateur guide to Trolls. What it DOES do best is firstly, introduce this Modernist literary view of Trollism to the Philistines out there who have either never read about or never heard of Trolls and, secondly, to delineate the Troll life into four levels of increasing pain and frustration. Do trolls crave attention as claimed or are they, indeed, crying out for love? The authors handle this question in a sensative way which never resorts to circumambient peripherization.

A fine read!
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