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Close Kin by Clare B. Dunkle
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Dec 04, 11

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Read on April 24, 2012

Very good. It was a little different from what I expected. I thought the story would focus on Emily and Seylin and how they found each other. Instead their story was more of a catalyst for the two of them spliting off and having their own adventures. Emily goes to London and finds others with a tie to the goblin kindom, and Seylin finally finds some Elves. Seylin's story is a little more turbulent and really makes you wonder what is wrong with these elves. You are definitely hoping at the end that the Elf brides see the goblin life as a much better alternative than the life they are currently living. The last few pages of the book confused me with the part about Catspaw and Matilda. I'm not sure if it's set up for the next book or not. Guess it's time to go find out!
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