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Wunderbar märchenhaft mit eindeutiger Botschaft!
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A fairy tale for young and old!
von einer Kundin/einem Kunden am 02.06.2018
Bewertet: Einband: Taschenbuch

Once upon a time, there were a swamp and a forest and many villages and a volcano. The villagers of one village, called the Protectorate, never entered the forest for two reasons: Firstly, the forest was dangerous with its volcano beneath the ground. Secondly, they believed a gruesome witch,... Once upon a time, there were a swamp and a forest and many villages and a volcano. The villagers of one village, called the Protectorate, never entered the forest for two reasons: Firstly, the forest was dangerous with its volcano beneath the ground. Secondly, they believed a gruesome witch, who demands their youngest child every year, to live in it. But when Antain's child was the one to be sacrificed, he wanted to put an end to this horror and kill the witch. Xan, an old witch living in the forest with her perfectly tiny dragon and her swamp monster, did not know why the people in the Protectorate left one of their babies in the forest to die every year, but she had saved all of them and fed the babies starlight. Until one day she accidentally fed one of them moonlight! Afraid of the powers that now might slumber in this child's veins, she decided to raise it herself and called it Luna. Luna was a very bright and happy child, but she somehow was drawn to a little village in the forest, where she expected to find a woman with the same birthmark she has ... When these two stories melt together, it is revealed that there is more than one witch living in the forest and that one of them is indeed evil! I have to admit I did not expect too much of the book, when starting to read it. I was just expecting a cute and quick read. But I was positively surprised! Not only could I not stop reading, but I also really appreciated the book's message to not just believe everything you are told! All together it just felt like a beautiful fairy tale! I really enjoyed it and I would definately recommend it to everyone - young and old!