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Barnesville Public Library Y HAM (Text) 33500011305257 Main Available -
McIntosh Public Library Y HAM (Text) 33500011305240 Main Available -

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  • ISBN: 0547330081
  • ISBN: 9780547330082
  • Physical Description: 308 p. ; 22 cm.
    print
  • Publisher: New York : Clarion Books, 2010.

Content descriptions

Summary, etc.: Soon after the mysterious and alluring Finn arrives at her family's home, sixteen-year-old Teagan Wylltson and her disabled brother are drawn into the battle Finn's family has fought since the thirteenth century, when Fionn MacCumhaill angered the goblin king.
Target Audience Note:
012-up.
Reviews

  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2010 November #1
    Hamilton uses the Celtic saga of Fionn Mac Cumhaill as a basis for this promising new series about goblins and the Travelers who fight them. Chicagoan Teagan has always been too invested in science—particularly animal behavior—to believe in her mother's Irish superstitions. When Finn is sent to live with them, he brings a dangerously seductive sense of wildness into Teagan's life. Finn claims to be destined to fight goblinkind, but before Teagan can fully accept his story, goblins attack and force them into Mag Mell, the kingdom of the evil Fear Doirich. Hamilton's convincingly idiosyncratic characters are the heart of the book, though a focus on dialogue occasionally distances readers from an emotional connection. The setting, too, is barely there, despite seeming important to the story. The romance is more successful, starting off heated but cooling quickly into a mild, but tension-filled, relationship. The hints of a tragic fate will keep romance fans reading, while the promise of more magical thrills involving Irish folklore will draw in others. Copyright 2010 Booklist Reviews.

Author Notes

Kersten Hamilton is the author of several picture books and many middle grade novels. When she's not writing, she hunts dinosaurs in the deserts and badlands outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she lives. This is her first novel for young adults. For more about Kersten, please visit www.kerstenhamilton.com.

Subject: Zoos Juvenile fiction
Irish Americans Juvenile fiction
People with mental disabilities Juvenile fiction
Magic Juvenile fiction
Goblins Juvenile fiction
Finn MacCool Fiction
Zoos Fiction
Irish Americans Fiction
People with mental disabilities Fiction
Imaginary creatures Fiction
Magic Fiction
Goblins Fiction
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