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The Goblin Gate (Hardcover)
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Jeriah's brother, Tobin, is in terrible danger.
He's willingly crossed over to the Otherworld with a hedgewitch named Makenna and her legion of goblins. What Tobin doesnt know is that the Otherworld is a perilous dimension that leeches magic from those who have itand life from those who dont. In order to save his brother, Jeriah must find a way to open a mystical gate between the worlds.
Searching for the key to rescue Tobin from the clutches of the Otherworld, Jeriah is thrust into a tangled web of political intrigue as he uncovers a dangerous secret that could change the fate of an entire kingdom. Now he must get help from the very beings hes been taught to hatethe mischievous goblins. Meanwhile, the clock is ticking for Tobin. . . .
Hilari Bells enthralling fantasy adventure tests the bonds of magic, love, and loyalty in an unforgettable follow-up to The Goblin Wood that will leave readers breathless as they race to find out what high-stakes consequences await its hero.
About the Author
Hilari Bell used to work as a reference librarian, but she now writes science fiction and fantasy for kids and teens from her home base in Denver, Colorado. Hilaris favorite activity is camping, when she spends all her time reading and hiking. She says, Camping is the only time I can get in enough reading. Well, I take that backwhen it comes to reading, theres no such thing as enough.
“Sympathetic characters struggling through challenges both external and internal.”
-The Horn Book
“Fantasy readers, male and female alike, will gobble this book up, as will fans of Bell’s other books and readers of Herbie Brennan’s Faerie Wars series.”
“The nuances of politics and the nature of good and evil are well explored in this fantasy sequel. Through Jeriah’s eyes, readers learn that immense wrongs are often committed to achieve a greater good.”
-School Library Journal