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The Golden Yarn

The Golden Yarn

A Mirror World Novel

 

Cornelia Funke

Breathing Books, 2015

 

This is the third book in the Jacob Reckless, Mirror World Series. Reckless is basically a treasure hunter from our world who passes through a mirror into an alternate world where the humans coexist with otherworldly/magical creatures such Goyl (a race of people with stone skin), fairies, thumblings (teeny people), shape shifters and all sorts of other magical stuff. 328 more words

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The Golden Yarn

The Golden Yarn

A Mirror World Novel

Cornelia Funke

Breathing Books, 2015

This is the third book in the Jacob Reckless, Mirror World Series. Reckless is basically a treasure hunter from our world who passes through a mirror into an alternate world where the humans coexist with otherworldly/magical creatures such Goyl (a race of people with stone skin), fairies, thumblings (teeny people), shape shifters and all sorts of other magical stuff. 297 more words

Book Review

Exploring My Books: Trilogies

AS I AM NOW CO-HOSTING EXPLORING MY BOOKS WITH ADDLEPATES AND BOOK NERDS, OUR TOPIC THIS WEEK IS

Trilogies 769 more words

Exploring My Books

Book Review: Inkdeath by Cornelia Funke

If you’ve been following my blog, you probably saw  my recent review for Inkheart, the first book in the Ink World trilogy by Cornelia Funke. 553 more words

Book Reviews

Inkheart-Should You Read It?

Genre: Young Adult Fantasy

Rating: 5/5

Inkheart is the first book in a trilogy. While this book has the appearance and feel of a children’s book, the age of the protagonist and some of the later events in the novel (and its following books) make this a young adult piece. 464 more words

Young Adult

The Thief Lord- 100 Word Review

The Thief Lord is a tale of two orphan brothers who escape to Venice and befriend a gang of street children. Based on the book by Cornelia Funke (author of… 76 more words

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