Friday, May 19, 2017

Book Review of The Giant Slayer

Book Review of The Giant Slayer
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Title: The Giant Slayer
Author: Ken Brosky and Isabella Fontaine
Genre: YA adventure/fantasy

Blurb : 

Europe: birthplace of Grimms’ Fairy Tales. An unfamiliar land, brimming with its own breed of Corrupted who hide in the shadows, growing more evil with each passing day. For modern-day hero Alice Goodenough, this is more than enough to worry about. But she also has a fencing tournament to think about.
And a promise to keep with Sam Grayle, a Corrupted dwarf who schemes for more and more wealth. When their train breaks down in a small town in eastern Hungary, Alice finds the legacy of the hero is alive and well. Corrupted have visited this town before, and they aren’t quite vanquished just yet. There’s one left, hiding away, biding his time to enact a terrible price on his enemies. A little creature with big, big plans …
Werewolves. Vampires. Giants. Europe is a different place with new dangers, new monsters and new surprises.

About the Author:
Ken Brosky received his MFA in writing from the University of Nebraska-Omaha. In addition to working on The Grimm Chronicles, he also writes literary fiction. His most recent publication was in Midwestern Gothic.
Isabella Fontaine spends her time studying interior design. This is her first writing project.



One of my favorite TV show is “Grimm” and I love “The Grimm Diary” series.  This is one of the sections of the series.  In this story the heroine is off to Europe with her fencing team with a corrupted member of a fairy tale.  See the fairy tale folks are real and they have lived so long they have become evil and it’s up to Alice to make sure they go back to sleep.

Giants, dwarfs, and other creatures make this an exciting read.  I give this update to the series 4 out of 5 clouds.

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