Review: Clover Twig and the Perilous Path by Kaye Umansky

There’s non-stop fun and action in this story. Granny Dismal comes to warn Mrs Eckles that the Perilous Path has been spotted in the forest, and this kicks off a funny story involving witches (both good and bad), trolls, missing little boys, clowns, imps and magic sweeties. It’s the sequel to Clover Twig and the Incredible Flying Cottage, but I don’t think I lost out too much for not having read that first. Everyone is generally so well described, and previous story arcs are quickly filled in if required. This is the sort of book I would have stayed up late reading under the covers with a torch when I was a little girl myself, and is now the sort of book I would steal from my daughter’s room late at night so I can keep reading it without waiting for a chapter a night!

Continue reading my review on The Bookbag.


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