Little People by Gordon Lewis (Book Review #1265)


Little people is a children’s book fantasy story set on the mythical landscape of Ireland. The story begins when Aisling and Liam are thrown into a magical world of folklore and join the little people in finding a way back. The quest is filled with dark battles, danger, and epic adventure. Before you know it, you feel yourself attached to the book wanting to know more.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

In between the written pages, you find illustrations that add to the fantasy nature of the book. The literature is written in such a way that it grabs the young age mindset. The characters and their personalities blend well with its Irish fairytale-style narrative.

The world-building was the most important part of the book. I paid close attention to this matter as I knew the storyline would have been the only thing that could cause the story to fall apart. I was pleased to see how it was descriptive and skillfully explained.

I recommend this book to those who like reading fantasy stories and young readers.

Written by Jeyran Main

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