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Accused by the government of practicing witchcraft, 14-year-old seamstress Grizelda must go into hiding beneath the city to save her life. Problem: the goblins who already live there barely tolerate her presence. The pixies are not to be trusted. And she's tempted to break her hiding for a band of revolutionaries who might end magic persecution once and for all.

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Published: Dec. 08, 2009
Words: 74,100
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452398730
About Margaret R Taylor

Hello! I am a science fiction and fantasy author, bibliophile, self-proclaimed nerd, and occasional biologist. You can find my first two novels, Grizelda and The Confederacy of Heaven, on this site, as well as a short story, "Ravensdaughter's Tale."

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Review by: Hedgie Press on May 12, 2013 : star star star star
Set in an elaborate and fascinating world, this book has a lot to recommend it. The characters are likable, their situations are complex, and the story is overall enjoyable. I will be reading other works by this author.
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Review by: Jeremie Lariviere on July 25, 2012 : star star star star
Fascinating story, the world comes alive with the telling of this story. Looking forward to the sequel!
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Review by: T Pierce on Jan. 03, 2012 : star star star star star
Where is the sequel? Hurry! Loved it
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Review by: Jason Earl on Nov. 21, 2011 : star star star star star
I liked this book even better than The Confederacy of Heaven, which I liked a great deal. The only downside is that the book is desperately in need of a sequel.
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Review by: lauren on July 30, 2011 : star star star star star
A lovely light fantasy read.
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Review by: Bumblefish on Feb. 24, 2011 : star star star star star
I really enjoyed reading this. I quickly started to care about Grizelda and drawn into the world she lives in.
I'm looking forward to reading the sequel; there just has to be one, still so many questions open.
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