A children’s fun adventure about three gnomes living in an enchanted forest. The story is all in rhyme with an enchanted Tree, a Witch, a Castle and a Unicorn. The fight of three good gnomes against the wicked witch overcoming the darkside. Moral of the story is: Good overcomes evil
I highly recommend this book; it is a cracking fantasy thriller. Before the end of the first chapter I was hooked! It is a great book for anybody who is travelling as it will make the journey fly by!
In addition to the expert characterisation the book as a whole is exceptionally well-written. The plot is exciting complex and well-paced the setting is easily visualised.
There wasn’t anything I didn’t like about this book it was filled with a surprising amount of twists and turns with many battles.
I can’t wait for book 2 in the future because I have to find out how this one ends!
It is a book that will enchant you and you can’t put it down. It contains an action packed quest filled with suspense and lots of surprises on the way. It’s 800 pages of pure entertainment and would make a great movie or TV series.
The word hoplite (Greek: ὁπλίτης ) is the name for the type of shield the warriors used.
A purported group of fighting women are the legendary Amazons, Spartans recorded in Classical Greek mythology. Similarly, the Valkyrie are depicted in Norse mythology. During the Viking Age female warriors were called skjaldmær, or Shieldmaiden.
The shield maiden Lagertha from the Vikings T.V series inspired this ongoing saga – because it really did happen! White blonde Scandinavian eyes and blonde hair did not exist anywhere else on the planet during the Viking raids in the 700s. I can only imagine it must have given one pause. The same with the Greek Hoplite and Spartan women warriors – most likely causing their would be attackers a shocked demise.