The Goblin's Daughter by M.K. Sawyer
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
3.5 Cranky Stars
It took this book FOREVER to actually get going. Part one gave you information but it was still kind of vague. You needed to know just a little more before part two. Part two is where the story got going. Once it did, it was interesting and a good read. The anxiety, someone watching you, wondering if you are going nuts I was right there with the characters until the end.
Nolin was a child that liked to be barefoot and digging in the mud. Nolin was different and she could feel it. Her mother didn’t want anything to do with her but she tried to insert herself with her mother. Nolins mom never went outside always thought someone was watching her. She was eventually put in a psychiatric hospital and so was Nolin. After that, Nolins dad left them both.
When Nolin was old enough she left and started her life on her own away from her home. Now she must go back to make sure her mother is doing fine. What is revealed about everyone is mind blowing. Everyone that is in story is connected in one way or another but don’t know it. Nolin figures it all out and now she has a decision she needs to make.
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