The Goblin Trilogy

by Jaq D Hawkins

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Book 55 of 88 in the Great Fantasy Books
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Dance of the Goblins Haghuf, respected elder among the unseen goblins, has only scorn for humans. Yet he is drawn into friendship with a human aristocrat by The Dance, the spiritual exaltation of life which is central to the goblins' existence. Demoniac Dance A young girl running away from an unwanted marriage finds a new life among the mysterious magicians in the land across the river. What she didn't bargain for is the presence of the goblins who have befriended her benefactors. Power of the Dance Khemael is a creature of beauty and grace with a mostly human appearance. His love of stretching his leather-like wings and flying freely in the world of men brings far too much attention to the existence of the goblins. Haghuf knows that the inevitable responsibility will fall to him to destroy Khemael who, in the world of the humans, would be called his grandson. Worlds of magic and dragons in the realms of goblins and magicians await to be discovered in the complete series, The Goblin Trilogy!

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