|Title||:||Mystery of the Tormented Tree|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||62|
Mystery of the Tormented Tree Reviews
Not for kids, but not for adultsAt first I thought this book might be for kids, then I quickly realized that was not the case. I think this book and cast of characters might lend itself to being for kids with some rewriting and editing. For it to really be for adults, the same thing would need to be done.
I enjoyed this short story about a witch assisting a leprechaun investigating the death of Mr. Maple, a talking tree. The story was well written and easy to follow. The characters were all very entertaining. And the mystery had enough twists to keep you reading. I would recommend this to anyone over 18 that enjoys fantasy and mystery stories.
CuteA light and airy read! The characters were engaging and delightful! Different with all the magical creatures, very quick read!
Witch Way Did the Murderer Go?Wanda is busy. She owns a magic shop. She loves to dance in the forest, delighting the gnomes. But she also wants to know everything that is going on around her. Nose for crime…or just plain nosy…she’s determined to discover what happened to her friend, Mr. Maple, who supplied her with Sparkling Sap.Wanda joins forces with Sam, local law enforcement and leprechaun. They discover Mr. Maple had dark roots, which may lead them to his killer. Wild Wild Witch is a [...]
The story has potential but the author adds a lot of unnecessary parts. Gratuitous yuck factors.If rewritten it could be a great kids series. Rated for adults but not worth it on an adult level.
Terrible. Really, this novella was just awful. I'm still trying to decide if the author is a 16-year-old girl or a 20-year-old drunk boy. It was cliche from beginning to end. Instead of showing, to make it interesting, Aubrey tells to make it easy and short. "My sister is this, I am that." I barely made it through all 47 of the Nook edition pages. Yuck.