WEFOUNDWhen the Stars Threw Down Their Spears: The Goblin Wars, Book Three


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Author: Kersten Hamilton Language: English Pages: 400 Publisher: Clarion Books Weight: 1.0 pounds Length: 8.0 inches Width: 6.0 inches Height: 1.0 inches Click on this books subject categories to see related titles: Children's Books > Animals > Apes & Monkeys

"Buy this novel for readers of Franny Billingsley and Dia Calhoun as well as fans of urban fantasy."
Kirkus Reviews, starred review of Tyger Tyger: The Goblin Wars, Book One

Locked doors are opening, and magical creatures are tumbling through mysterious portals from Mag Mell, the world-between-worlds, into the streets of Chicago. Meanwhile, the romance between seventeen-year-old Teagan, who is part goblin, and the alluring bad boy Finn Mac Cumhaill is heating up . . which is awkward, to say the least, considering he is bound by a family curse to fight goblins his entire life. Celtic mythology, adventure, and paranormal romance fuse in the electrifying finale of the critically acclaimed Goblin Wars trilogy.

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Author: Kersten Hamilton Language: English Pages: 400 Publisher: Clarion Books Weight: 1.0 pounds Length: 8.0 inches Width: 6.0 inches Height: 1.0 inches Click on this books subject categories to see related titles: Children's Books > Animals > Apes & Monkeys

"Buy this novel for readers of Franny Billingsley and Dia Calhoun as well as fans of urban fantasy."
Kirkus Reviews, starred review of Tyger Tyger: The Goblin Wars, Book One

Locked doors are opening, and magical creatures are tumbling through mysterious portals from Mag Mell, the world-between-worlds, into the streets of Chicago. Meanwhile, the romance between seventeen-year-old Teagan, who is part goblin, and the alluring bad boy Finn Mac Cumhaill is heating up . . which is awkward, to say the least, considering he is bound by a family curse to fight goblins his entire life. Celtic mythology, adventure, and paranormal romance fuse in the electrifying finale of the critically acclaimed Goblin Wars trilogy.

We should all recognize this line from Blake’s poem “The Tyger” written just before 1800’s when England’s influence was beginning to dominate and control India and the mysterious Indian tiger evoked images of  fear and fascination.

The simplicity of the verse in the poem could allegorically describe a great discovery in the field of physics called cosmic rays. (but I seriously doubt Blake knew about cosmic rays 🙂 )

Why are they important?  Because in the field of Astrophysics they become the exception to theoretical rules.  Or they down right smash them!


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