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Anne Kelleher, Silver's Edge

“Imagine being holed up in a castle, surrounded by a...”

Written on: 15/05/2004 by DonnyGood (1 review written)

Imagine being holed up in a castle, surrounded by a horde of goblins bent on eating your flesh, and as you ready yourself for the bloody horror of your own death, you see, coming down out of the heavens like the avenging angels of hell itself, an army of angry naked dead women, armed with axes, knives and teeth, who proceed to slaughter the goblins with a level of feminine uber-angst that makes you feel pity for the tail-whipping, teeth-gnashing goblins.

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Anne Kelleher, Silver's Edge

“Silver's Edge ”

Written on: 18/03/2004 by Harriet Klausner (18660 reviews written)

Silver's Edge
Anne Kelleher
Luna, June 2004, $13.95, 400 pp.
ISBN 0373802072

The goblins ate human and Sidhe flesh before banishment to the Wastelands and are prevented from leaving by the Silver Caul made by a mortal silversmith with fairy magic. Goblins were not seen in the realm of man or Fairy for centuries until one washed ashore on the land of man on the same day that Neesa's father, the town's silversmith, disappeared. Determined to find him, Neesa takes off her silver amulet that… Read Full Review

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