Bessie Bell and the Goblin King

Bessie Bell and the Goblin King The Lincolnshire Wolds When housemaid Bessie Bell is thrown out into a cold October night her prospects could scarcely seem worse With nowhere to go and no one to help her how will she survive

  • Title: Bessie Bell and the Goblin King
  • Author: Charlotte E. English
  • ISBN: 9781311964939
  • Page: 302
  • Format: ebook
  • The Lincolnshire Wolds, 1812 When housemaid Bessie Bell is thrown out into a cold October night, her prospects could scarcely seem worse With nowhere to go and no one to help her, how will she survive But on the road she meets a mysterious gentleman, and her fortunes take an immediate turn for the strange For the nightmare horse Tatterfoal stalks the fog drenched WoldThe Lincolnshire Wolds, 1812 When housemaid Bessie Bell is thrown out into a cold October night, her prospects could scarcely seem worse With nowhere to go and no one to help her, how will she survive But on the road she meets a mysterious gentleman, and her fortunes take an immediate turn for the strange For the nightmare horse Tatterfoal stalks the fog drenched Wolds, and Mr Green is determined to catch him But why Caught up in a dark adventure, Bessie is swept far beyond the shores of England and into Faerie Aylfenhame Dangers untold await the unwary in the Goblinlands, though the greatest dangers of all may lie behind her For Tatterfoal answers only to his master, the Goblin King

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    1. Bessie Bell has just been let go in a soectacular way from her position as a housemaid in the Adair home. The young master of the house didnt take no for an answer but did try to take liberties so she had no choice but to hit him with a bucket.Setting out into the night with only her brownie friend Derri she is somewhat at a loss what to do. whena curricle draws up carrying a strange man named Mr Green.He is searching for a otherwordly equine by the name of 'Tatterfoal'After the two them has a b [...]

    2. The Aylfenhame series is Charlotte English at her best. It is light-hearted and fun to read but also serious moral fiction. We meet strong young women and the denizens of Aylfenhame they meet along the way, their stories told by the kindest and most elegant bridge troll in all of England. Superb.Having read books two and three, I am going to go back and reread book 1.Good books are like that.

    3. A nice, light read. First 2/3 of the story is engaging, after that it falls flat. Especially the "action" scenes. Definitely a huge weakness in the writing. Come on, a few vague descriptions of a fight scene does not an action scene make. What an eye-roller. Resolution feels rushed, and there's no real explanation of why the antagonist should be kindly disposed to the protagonist. Some of the behaviors don't make sense, although as mentioned, this dissonance only starts towards the latter part o [...]

    4. The best part of this book is that it didn't wrap everything up which means there will be MORE in this delightful series which is a delightful thought. The second best part of this book is of course The Goblin King, my favorite character in the series so far. Bessie is a fantastic match for him and their banter made me smile constantly. Also loving how our past favorite characters are still around, among the new intriguing ones. Love this series and I can't wait to see where it goes from here!

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