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Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Review: Troll Or Park

Title: Troll Or Park
Author: Red Tash
Series: Trollogy #2
Format: ebook
Release Date: November 17th 2014
Length: Novel (246 pages)
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Source: Author
Buy: AmazonBarnes & Noble
Rating: 5.0-stars 

Official Blurb:

When sixteen year old Deb heads to a roller derby tournament in Vegas, she hardly expects to skate against so many dangerous fairies -- much less for The Realm to experience a coup in her absence.

What follows is an odyssey among fairy night life, beastly derby girls, blown out casinos and a mermaid with a hankering for a Philly Cheese Steak. Separated from her best friend Harlow, can Deb keep her head, or will she lose herself to the Dark Queen Sardonica?

Join fairies, trolls, gypsies, wizards, mermaids, devils, elves, and more in this over-the-top, action-packed adventure through teen angst, sugar addiction, and roller derby.

Melissa's Review:

Roller Deb is back in book two of the Trollogy series. This time around, Deb and a few others are on the way to Vegas to go skate at a roller derby tournament. They go into it not knowing what to expect, but it's not just a typical human roller derby match. They have special matches for just the fae and they can join in any match they want, which means their team one round might not be their original team members. I can't forget about Harlow though, he's back at home dealing with someone selling a drug more addictive than the one that we faced in book one. It's never dull for Deb and Harlow. I don't want to give much away, but there are obstacles in the way for both Deb and Harlow in their separate journeys.

Troll Or Park is a lovely sequel that is packed full of action. With twists and turns, you won't know what is in store for Roller Deb and her roller derby team. I'm loving that there were quite a bit more paranormal beings in this book versus book one. As you can see in the blurb, there are the ones we already know and love, fairies and trolls, but also mermaids, elves, dragons and more! I adore the series and hope to see another installment in the series.


5 comments:

  1. Oh it's great to have a wonderful second book like that. I don't think I know about the series but it's definitely intriguing! Great review!

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  2. Ahhh the roller derby?? And fae?? That's awesome. That cover though. Whew.

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  3. Roller derby? That's pretty cool. I'm glad your reviewed it! That cover wouldn't have picked my curiosity. I don't think I could have guessed it was UF. Sounds like fun, and in great second book, which is good sign. Thanks Lilly!

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  4. I liked the first one, the concept is very unique. I can see that the sequel is better. Poor Harlow!

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  5. Glad you seemed to enjoy the book, not sure derby could keep me riveted long enough to read this though. Sounds cute though for those that love the sport. I do love trolls and elves thoughxD!

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