Kingdom of Trolls by Rae Bridgman - a review

Kingdom of Trolls by Rae Bridgman - a review
In the next installment in the MiddleGate series by Rae Bridgman, Wil still has no idea that the glowing symbols on his medallion mean-- or why the ancient and evil Serpent's Chain cult is so interested in getting their hands on it. Wil and his cousin Sophie are still trying to uncover the truth about the Serpent's Chain, this time finding links in Iceland after Aunt Violent wins a trip to visit the Perfect Products factory. But not everything is working out perfectly. Wil and Sophie discover someone is tampering the the crystal balls made at the Perfect Products factory and get themselves trapped by trolls while trying to uncover more truth about the Serpent's Chain. Meanwhile in MiddleGate, Mr. Bertram is falsely imprisoned for murder and stealing a priceless manuscript.

It seems that each title in the MiddleGate series get just a little bit better than the last. There is more going on plot wise in Kingdom of Trolls than in the previous books, more that ties this story into the larger story of the Serpent's Chain (including the mystery surrounding the disappearance of Sophie's father).

My Recommendation
Kingdom of Troll (and in fact all the MiddleGate books) by Rae Bridgman are a great read for anyone who enjoys fantasy or young adult fiction. While the books are listed for ages 9-12, this is an enjoyable read for adults as well. I would recommend reading the books in order, beginning with The Serpent's Spell. I highly recommend Kingdom of Trolls and the whole MiddleGate series.


Kingdom of Trolls by Rae Bridgman
Published by Sybertooth Inc
294 pages



Kingdom of Trolls (MiddleGate) by Rae Bridgman is available at Amazon.com



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