by Alethea Kontis

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BN ID: 2940151241021
Publisher: Alethea Kontis
Publication date: 05/04/2015
Series: Books of Arilland , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 125
Sales rank: 786,473
File size: 412 KB

About the Author

Alethea Kontis is a princess, fairy godmother and geek. She is the author of the bestselling and award-winning Books of Arilland fairytale series. She has also dabbled in picture books, poetry, essays, online video rants and making horror movies. Princess Alethea lives on the Space Coast of Florida with her teddy bear, Charlie.

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Trixter 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Jasmyn9 More than 1 year ago
In the previous book, Hero, Saturday and Trix set off a chain of events that leads to a massive flood, but we only saw Saturday's side of the story. Trix had quite the adventure after he left his family behind. Caught up in Saturday's massive flood, he finds himself underwater and off on a grand new adventure. Wishing on a passing star sets off a series of events that will ultimately lead Trix far from home, but bring him right where he was heading at the same time. Along the way he meets quite a few pretty fun and amazing characters - grandpa cat was a favorite - and has to pass what seems like a series of tests. Yes, good old-fashioned tests to see if his heart was pure and willing to do what was right. This was a fun story, but a little short. I wish the tests had been a little more subtle. The format of them was nice, but they were here and then gone again so very quickly.
2manybooks2read More than 1 year ago
Trixter is Pure Magic This book is only to be read AFTER Hero(book 2 in the Woodcutter Sister' series). You wouldn't really enjoy it otherwise. This book begins just after Trix spells his family in Hero and goes out on his own to see his dead birth mother. This book or more like novella tells what adventures Trix was having during the events of Hero. I was really excited to read this and was not disappointed. I wanted to know what kind of trouble Trix was getting up to during Hero. I didn't know much about Trix other then what I learned in Hero and Dearest from his sisters( I am reading book 1 Enchanted right now so I am seeing and learning more about Trix as he is closest to his sister Sunday the heroine of Enchanted). I really ended up loving Trix character. He is mischievous and a trouble maker but also is very compassionate and loyal. You can tell that Trix loves his family very much. I love how as things played out in the story Trix imagined what one of his sister would do in that situation. In this book Trix really learns to be his own person and be responsible. His siblings and animal friends(he can talk to animals which is an ability that I have always wanted)have always been there and gotten him out of trouble. He learns that he can survive himself and sometimes that you have too. This book is very eventful. After Trix has somehow gotten himself out of one scrap he stumbles into another. Kontis has packed so much action and adventure in to so few pages. From curses, to golden apples, to giant animals there is never a dull moment and this book has something for everyone who loves magic and fairy tales. I am so excited for book 2 which comes out March 28. I highly recommend Trixter but recommend you read the Woodcutter Sister' series first. You will not be disappointed in this charming tales. Rating: 4 out 5 Content Rating: PG
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book starts right in the middle of a sentence. I deleted it and tried to download it again and I still had the same issue.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago