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Troll Fell

by Katherine Langrish

Troll Fell by Katherine Langrish X
Troll Fell by Katherine Langrish
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    May 2004, 272 pages
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    Jul 2005, 304 pages

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Katherine grew up in Yorkshire and has been writing stories for as long as she can remember. As a child, Katherine was convinced that Narnia existed and set up a secret society with the aim of finding the way in! She even wrote the 8th Narnia book as she was so disappointed to have finished the 7th - she still has it now, hidden away far from prying eyes in her attic.

She is married with two daughters and loves reading, and telling and writing folk tales and fairy tales.

The second in the series, Troll Mill has just been published in the UK and will be published in the USA in February 2006. It picks up the story 3 years after we left Peer and his friends. Determined to get the mill up and running again he goes to investigate the old mill but who or what creatures will be lurking in the shadows of Troll Mill...And are his greedy scheming uncles really dead!

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