The Goblin's Curse: The Scions of Shadow Trilogy, Book 3

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With the help of her elven friends, Keelie Heartwood should be able to heal the cursed tree she planted at the High Mountain Renaissance Faire. But rumors of a gathering goblin army make the elves question her loyalty. And when Keelie loses an important book of magic in a peculiar fire, the elves—including her boyfriend Sean—turn against her. Ultimately, it’s up to Keelie and a motley group of humans, dragons, and fae to save the faire from the most dangerous enemy of all.

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Overview

With the help of her elven friends, Keelie Heartwood should be able to heal the cursed tree she planted at the High Mountain Renaissance Faire. But rumors of a gathering goblin army make the elves question her loyalty. And when Keelie loses an important book of magic in a peculiar fire, the elves—including her boyfriend Sean—turn against her. Ultimately, it’s up to Keelie and a motley group of humans, dragons, and fae to save the faire from the most dangerous enemy of all.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780738715728
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 6/8/2012
  • Series: The Faire Folk Saga , #6
  • Pages: 312
  • Sales rank: 642,271
  • Age range: 12 years
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Gillian Summers is the pseudonym for co-authors, Berta Platas (Georgia) and Michelle Roper (Georgia), both experienced writers in the romance and fantasy genres, respectively. But more importantly, both are ardent renaissance faire groupies. Visit them online at GillianSummers.com.

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  • Posted June 28, 2012

    I wish it was better

    I really tried to like this book. I loved the series, and so I figured this book would be just as good. Though it had some good points (hence, the three stars) it did not meet my expectations.
    First of all, there were gaping holes in the plot. Its hard to explain without giving anything away, but at the end of the book I was left with too many questions like, "Well, what happened to..." and I knew that though there might be another book in the saga, these questions weren't important or relavent enough to another installment to be answered there. Second of all, some of my favorite characters are missing, or not as important as they were in previous books. Coyote is not mentioned all all, and Knot is barely in the book. And Sean is all wrong in this book.
    But on the other hand, the book did have a few good points. I liked the development with Finch/Vangar, and I liked that there was finally closure regarding one of the bad guys in the book. It has its funny moments, and sets itself up for another book someday.
    All in all, I would say that if you are a faithful follower of this series, you'll probably like the book well enough, but I wouldn't start with this book if you haven't read the other ones.

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