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Fossegrim (Undraland Book 3) by Mary Twomey
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Fossegrim (Undraland Book 3) (edition 2015)

by Mary Twomey

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I received this book in exchange for an honest review. The journey continues as Lucy and her merry gang of bandits progress across the land tearing down portals. Your heart can't help but ache for them as they overcome obstacle after obstacle. Each page urges you on to the next as the writer weaves a complex web to keep you hooked. So much fun! ( )
  thicks | Aug 18, 2015 |
Mary Twomey does it again with Fossegrim, the 3rd book in her Undraland series. If you liked Undraland and Nokken, you're going to like Fossegrim, too! I really do enjoy Mary Twomey's fantastic writing, hot guys (double YAY), action, and smarts. Twomey writes with a very modern voice and tells an intriguing story with fun dialogue and interesting characters. Every book in the series is fun, deep, and addictive. They may be short books, but they really pack a punch and I can't wait to get a hold of the next one, Elvage! One should read the series in order, so, if you haven't, get a copy of Undraland. There is a lot of back story and Fossegrim is worth reading the first 2 books for!

While the series will most likely appeal to girls 14 & up, the entire series really is worth a read by anyone, men, women, teens, and adults. ( )
  Skylles | Jun 3, 2015 |
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