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Samuel Blink and the Runaway Troll

af Matt Haig

Serier: Samuel Blink (2)

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Having been careful to heed his Aunt Eda's warnings to not enter the dangerous Shadow Forest , twelve-year-old Samuel Blink finds himself in a difficult situation when Troll-Son runs away from his Shadow Forest home to come and live with Samuel, his human hero.

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Samuel's not allowed to enter Shadow Forest. But what's to stop the forest from coming to him? There's one thing every troll child dreads more than anything - and that's being sent to the Betterer. The Betterer is the most evil troll in Shadow Forest who loves to punish his fellow trolls for their grubby and stupid habits in lots of horrible ways. When one troll boy escapes the forest to be with his favourite human, Samuel Blink, the Betterer is not very happy. Until he realizes that the most useful thing to have in his Bettering Tower would be a real life human child. So he places his Bettering Branch and Gripgrass Juice in his pockets and sets out on a quest into the human world beyond the forest to kidnap Samuel and the troll friend he's been hiding in his wardrobe...
  StEdwardsCollege | Mar 1, 2011 |
Reviewed by Ashley B for TeensReadToo.com

Samuel and Martha Blink just moved to Norway to live with their Aunt Eda and Uncle Henrick after their parents died in a car accident. It's time for school to start, and they must keep their mouths shut (especially Martha) about what is really in Shadow Forest. If anyone found out, they would be in trouble for keeping it a secret.

Troll-Son and his family live in Shadow Forest. Troll-Mother is going to send him to the Betterer (the worst place imaginable for a troll!) to make him, obviously, better. So, he runs away to be with Samuel Blink, whom he met before in the forest. Troll-Son soon leaves the forest to find Samuel.

When Samuel discovers Troll-Son, it is his job to either keep him there, away from the Betterer, or to make him return back home to the forest.

I absolutely loved this book. It was funny and entertaining, as well as having suspense. I enjoyed it so much! I liked how it was written: each character had their thoughts put in some way or another. At first, I thought the book would be more for younger kids, but once I got to reading, I was hooked. The writing was just so easy to get attached to. What made it even better was that I am Norwegian. I thought it was fun to read a book that takes place in Norway.

I recommend SAMUEL BLINK AND THE RUNAWAY TROLL to anyone, really. I hope you will enjoy it as much as I did! ( )
  GeniusJen | Oct 12, 2009 |
Having been careful to heed his Aunt Eda's warnings to not enter the dangerous Shadow Forest , twelve-year-old Samuel Blink finds himself in a difficult situation when Troll-Son runs away from his Shadow Forest home to come and live with Samuel, his human hero.
  prkcs | Nov 13, 2008 |
An intermediate-level fantasy that may appeal to Lemony Snicket fans with its quirky sense of humor. A sequel to Samuel Blink and the Forbidden Forest, in which Samuel, who has kept his promise not to return to the forest, must deal with a runaway, one-eyed troll, named Troll-Son. Keeping Troll-Son out of trouble in the human world is not that easy. Set in Norway. ( )
  mjsbooks | Nov 4, 2008 |
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Having been careful to heed his Aunt Eda's warnings to not enter the dangerous Shadow Forest , twelve-year-old Samuel Blink finds himself in a difficult situation when Troll-Son runs away from his Shadow Forest home to come and live with Samuel, his human hero.

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