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The Troll's Toll: A Retailored Fairy Tales Novella
Lilly might be a princess, but she's still the ultimate middle child: right in the center of nine siblings. From his inability to ever get her name right Lilly knew her father didn't care about her, but she never guessed exactly how little until the bridge. Without enough money to pay the toll, he uses her as payment to the troll that runs the bridge. Now Lilly must re-adj ...more
ebook, 121 pages
Published April 28th 2016
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Jun 25, 2019 Amanda rated it really liked it · review of another edition
This was a wonderful novella. It makes me really want it to be a series! Though short, there was alot packed in there without you feeling like you were getting an overload of information. I love fairy tale retellings, they are some of my most favourite books, and this one doesn't fall short in the least. You've got your love story, your adventure, your hardships, and you even have your family member that is a major turd. lol. Highly recommend to any fairy tale enthusiast!
A great little fairy tale. This is not an epic story that will take you hours to read. But if your looking for a short story that'll pass the time while your waiting for something with characters alive I'd suggest this story. Personally I've reread this story at least ten times over the years and always feel happy when rereading it. There is something to be said about simple stories and the joy they give you just by experiencing them.
Apr 28, 2016 Kirstie rated it it was amazing · (Review from the author)
I'm obviously totally biased as the author ;p However, if you like fairy tale worlds, and are looking for a cozy adventure that is longer than a short story, but not as time consuming as a novel then this is what you're looking for
Having been telling tales (the good kind and the cheeky) since before memory she finally put fingers to (typewriter) keyboard at age 8 when she attempted to write her own ‘Goosebumps’ tale. Kirstie continued on to teach her ninth grade English teacher the importance of setting word counts for short story assignments by handing in a 27 page novella. Word counts remain her greatest foe to this day(a ...more