Trolls in the Hamptons by Celia Jerome Book Review

Trolls in the Hamptons by Celia Jerome

What do you do when what you draw on paper comes to life? What happens when fairy tale monsters are larger than life or should I say real life? Well in the world Willow Tate, things got more interesting than the drawings on her paper. Trolls in the Hamptons: A Willow Tate Novel is a thrilling story that holds laughs along the way. A story that has a mixture of imaginations, choas and trolls.

In the book Trolls in the Hamptons: A Willow Tate Novelwhich is the first book in the Willow Tate series, we meet Willow Tate. Willow Tate is a well-known graphic novelist who lives in an apartment in Manhattan and due to her success she can live there rent free. She has a great life, food, friends who don’t ever call, and boyfriend who is more of a fling. Life is good for Willow.

Willow Tate sitting at her desk working on her next series starts brainstorming for ideas. Suddenly, poof her big idea turns into a great story about a big red troll. Willow Tate is a genius and she could wait to tell her literary agent. Suddenly, Willow hears a commotion from outside. Willow looks out the window there is chaos. Outside looks like an accident and traffic and people panicking all over. What could be the cause of this mess? Willow Tate takes a look and it’s her infamous big red troll running around.

After Willow Tate discovers her troll has come to life he goes around appearing all over the place. Everywhere Willow goes there is a troll. Willow is afraid that she going crazy and not sure what to do. Suddenly, she meets the handsome dashing Agent Grant from an agency called the Department of Unexplained Events and finds out she isn’t out of her mind. Agent Grant explains to her that opened a whole in the universe and opened the door to this other world where fantasy creatures come from. This door had let the troll in and no he is causing chaos. After this Agent Grant helps Willow find out who she is and the mystery of the world she never knew existed. Willow also is left to solve some disturbed mysterious in the story.

The story is unique and very imaginative. The way the author wrote the story with a combination of comedy, fantasy and mystery. I also found certain parts really funny and I liked the fantasy elements. I also like how the troll in the story isn’t one dimensional and has a personality. One part of him is like a devious child who like getting into trouble but another side of him is gentle and protective. I give the story four stars and would recommend it to anyone. If you want to read the book the links are below and until my next review keep on reading.

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Buy It: Trolls in the Hamptons: A Willow Tate Novel

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