A retelling of

East of the Sun and West of the Moon

from the Norse folk tales

by J.M. Ney-Grimm

Wild Unicorn Books

Copyright © 2011 J.M. Ney-Grimm

Cover art:

Psyche Entering Cupid’s Garden

by John William Waterhouse

If the Muse could take human form,

she would be

my friend, Amy

A Note to the Reader

I encourage you to pronounce the names of the North-lands in the ways that please you most. This goes for the more precise term for troll-magic, incantatio, as well. Since my story is thoroughly permeated by troll-magic, the word occurs a lot! But for those readers who like to know how the author pronounces things, I’ll share my version. I say, “in-can-TAH-shee-o.” Enjoy!

Who’s Who in Troll-magic

The Prince & his Circle

Kellor – a prince in trouble

Mandine – his crazy step-mother

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