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No Country for Old Gnomes by Delilah S. Dawson
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If you enjoyed Kill the Farm Boy, Dawson & Hearne's second tale of Pell, No Country for Old Gnomes, is even more enjoyable. But don't worry, if the premise of a dead poo boy doesn't interest you, reading the first book isn't a prerequisite to enjoy this story. This tale of misfits working together to save Pell grabs you right in the heart.

Why should you read it? It's fun. I enjoyed the characters evolution as they learned how it is important to trust your friends and choose your own family.

While the puns and fun it pokes at itself aren't as in your face as they are in Kill the Farm Boy, it's still a very enjoyable read that had me giggling on every page. Overall, it feels better polished than the first tale, thanks to the diligence that the gnomes take to perfection.

I received an eARC of this title from NetGalley in exchange for a review. The FTC wants you to know.

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