Hilda - Aiaia

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Hilda and William receive a cry for help from one of Hilda's former schoolmates. Of course, Hilda is going to do all she can to help, even if they have to travel to Aiaia.

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Words: 74,100
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476082622
About Paul Kater

Paul Kater was born in the Netherlands in 1960. He quickly developed a feel for languages but did not pursue a career in those as his native language, Dutch, did not offer many options in that time.

Since 2003 he's been writing seriously, first posting his scribblings to an amateur writers mailinglist, and then publishing shorter and longer stories on the internet. Paul currently lives in Cuijk (the Netherlands), with his two cats, his books and the many characters he's developed in the past years, who claim he is a figment of their imagination.

Paul mainly writes Fantasy and Science Fiction/Steampunk but also tries his luck in other genres.

Visit the author at http://www.paulkater.com

Interested in other English-writing Dutch authors? Have a look at http://adutchtreat.wordpress.com/!

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Reviews

Review by: Christoph Micklon on July 18, 2012 :
Worthy of a great writer, but slightly forced storyline compared to the prior seven books

Don't get me wrong, Paul Kater has won me over as a dedicated reader, it is just that this book was not perfection. How Hilda found herself in her former school, with her bestest friend Babs, raised too many questions. Compared to prior books in the series there were a striking number of never presented personal history concepts that filled in for explanations as to justify the storyline. To me I interpreted this as a grasping to justify a storyline that was far to thin, to use the prior history of the series.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Amanda Fisher on July 18, 2012 :
Another great book by Paul Kater. Equal parts adventure, fantasy, mystery and comedy: a definite must-read for fans of Paul's Hilda series. Hilda, William and Baba Yaga are all back for another great adventure.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Dean Wort on July 07, 2012 :
I Have read all the Hilda series.
The books are captivating and humorous. I thought that the series would be more for teens and younger readers. However I believe the underlying humor is more of a more mature nature. The more you know about the characters from other tales the more the characters come to life and the sublime humor greets the eye.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: alyssa hall on June 07, 2012 :
This book was great! I was interested from the first page. The blending of the different myths was very well done. It wasn't overdone, but it was still noticeable. Anyone could read this and laugh with the witch. No one would dare to laugh at her though, or she would probably make them suck elves.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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