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Fablehaven by Brandon Mull
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Oct 04, 10

really liked it
bookshelves: rebekah-s-booklist
Read in October, 2010

Other than the troll massage that gave me the creeps, I enjoyed this book SOOOO much more than I thought I would. Mull's writing style is very engaging, his world very creative and easy to envision, and the characters are all both simple and complex - - giving this particular story a bit more to chew on than most young adult fantasies. There are themes of vengeance, repentance, foregiveness, courage, and fantasy - - - my favorite scene, easily, is when the red-haired fairy forgives and restores Seth when he is finally able to say he is sorry. Most of the "heroic" acts in this book have both good and bad consequences, which made it, to me, very layered in the plot line. I will be interested to see how Lena's character is used and developed (if at all) in the next few books in the series.

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Christina Too funny. The troll massage was my favorite part.

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