Rated 4.67/5 based on 6 reviews
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.
Available ebook formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html
First 30% Sample: epub mobi (Kindle) lrf more Online Reader
About Margaret R Taylor

Hello! I am a science fiction and fantasy author, bibliophile, self-proclaimed nerd, and occasional biologist. You can find on this site three novels, Grizelda, The Confederacy of Heaven, and Cannon Fodder, as well as the short stories "Ravensdaughter's Tale" and "John of the Rhine."

Read Margaret R Taylor's Smashwords Interview
Learn more about Margaret R Taylor

Also by This Author

Reviews of Grizelda by Margaret R Taylor

Hedgie Press reviewed on May 12, 2013

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.
(review of free book)
Jeremie Lariviere reviewed on July 25, 2012

Fascinating story, the world comes alive with the telling of this story. Looking forward to the sequel!
(review of free book)
T Pierce reviewed on Jan. 3, 2012

Where is the sequel? Hurry! Loved it
(review of free book)
Jason Earl reviewed on Nov. 21, 2011

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.
(review of free book)
lauren reviewed on July 30, 2011

A lovely light fantasy read.
(review of free book)
Bumblefish reviewed on Feb. 24, 2011

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.
(review of free book)

Audiobook Edition

Report this book