Originally Posted by kaliki_kila
63. The Stolen Child by Keith Donohue
This is about a young boy kidnapped by hobgobblins. He becomes one of the hobgobblins and lives in the forest with them and slowly forgets his true identity. He is replaced by a changeling and the book goes back and forth, following the kidnapped boy and the changeling who replaced him.
Anyone who enjoyed The Book of Lost Things would like this one.
I loved The Book of Lost Things and thought I had this on my to-read list - thanks for the reminder!
#29 A Great and Terrible Beauty
(audio) – Interesting enough story but I thought the author was a little too verbose at times, like she was trying to hard. I thought the actor reading did a great job with the voices.
#30 The Fluoride Deception
– This book isn’t exactly what I was expecting as it was mostly about fluoride in industry and how the dangers have been covered up for so long. It definitely did help me with my decision of whether or not to let my children use fluoridated toothpaste etc. Not worth the risk, imo.
Yippee! I met my goal. Thirty may not seem like a lot to some of you, but it is phenomenal for me. When I set the goal, I was dubious that I could do it, and now here it is only July and I did it! Whew, now the pressure is off and I can read Dragonfly in Amber. :LOL