The Legend of Zelda: Forgotten Goddess

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A Fan-Fiction novel based on the video game series. Chronologically following the events of Twilight Princess, Forgotten Goddess tells of a young boy on a familiar journey. Through forests and deserts, into temples of fire and shadow he must overcome obstacles never imagined. Every evil ever faced through the darkest moments of Hyrule's history cannot compare to the grand plot now manifesting.
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Words: 125,200
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301839650

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Review by: Kidson Hornet on Jan. 29, 2013 :
To avoid writing endlessly, I will simply say I absolutely loved this story, every chapter of it. From captivating plot twists, to supernatural fight scenes, to heart-ripping storyline, this book easily earns a 9.7/10; the .3 taken off simply for sport, and also the few barely noticeable grammar mistakes here and there. I highly recommend this book to those who love the zelda series, as this is a professional piece of fanfiction that is well worth the time spent reading-- and for free, too! I would love to tell the author directly how much I appreciated his book, but this seems like the closest I will get. Don't miss out on this unforgettable story, zelda fans!
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Review by: Kidson Hornet on Jan. 29, 2013 :
To avoid writing endlessly, I will simply say I absolutely loved this story, every chapter of it. From captivating plot twists, to supernatural fight scenes, to heart-ripping storyline, this book easily earns a 9.7/10; the .3 taken off simply for sport, and also the few barely noticeable grammar mistakes here and there. I highly recommend this book to those who love the zelda series, as this is a professional piece of fanfiction that is well worth the time spent reading-- and for free, too! I would love to tell the author directly how much I appreciated his book, but this seems like the closest I will get. Don't miss out on this unforgettable story, zelda fans!
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