Tales of Tosseldowns; Howlergoons by Laurence Knighton

Posted November 26th, 2011 by honorable

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I usually dislike fantasy, but this book was an exception, the words used, the writing style and the story line were too good to pass over. When there are rumors of howlergoons appearing on bloodbridge at the time the seasons change a panterleen named Gwyndl is terrified. She refuses to go outside at night during the changing of the seasons, and is precautious during the day too. When she thinks she sees a howlergoon at the river she falls in, but when she realizes it is just a rattergoon named Polo she is so relieved that she is angry. When Gwyndl does come face to face with a real howlergoon will she face her fear or just avoid it? This book is a suspenseful adventure story that will have you on the edge of your seat until it is over, and when it is over you will be dissapointed that there is no more for you to read.


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