Troll Mill (Troll, #2)



Troll Mill (Troll, #2) Fifteen year old Peer Ulfsson is haunted by his past Forced to live with his evil uncles under the eerie shadows of Troll Fell, he nearly fell prey to their plan to sell children to the trolls Now Peer lives with his friend Hilde s family, but can he ever truly belong And will Hilde ever share his deeper feelings One rainy night, Peer watches in shock as his neighbor Kersten pushes her baby daughter into his arms and then disappears into the sea Rumor says that Kersten is a seal woman who has returned to her ocean home, and the millpond witch, Granny Green teeth, seems intent on taking the seal baby Peer also discovers that the mill, abandoned when his uncles joined the troll kingdom, is running again all on its own With angry trolls, mysterious seal people, a mischievous house spirit, and three unusual babies in the mix, Peer and Hilde have their hands full and Katherine Langrish returns to the magical world of her acclaimed debut, troll fell, in this second story set in an extraordinary land by the sea filled with Viking legends and lore. Best Download Troll Mill (Troll, #2) [ By ] Katherine Langrish [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • Troll Mill (Troll, #2)
  • Katherine Langrish
  • English
  • 14 June 2018
  • 006058307X

10 thoughts on “Troll Mill (Troll, #2)

  1. Jocelyn says:

    A lotinteresting than I thought it would be Found the first by chance in the library, and decided it was good enough to give the second a try I loved itthan the first

  2. Matthew Goode Ⓥ says:

    I enjoyed reading this, but I found it hard to connect with how the non human sentient creatures are regarded they are all second class citizens of the world, but there is no explanation as to why this really ought to be the case as in, how do the humans of the situation justify the treatment of the non humans There is some acknowledgement of commonality later in the book, but it just seems as though if one were to think about it, the humans are sort of bastards The sea people Kersten Bjor I enjoyed reading this, but I found it hard to connect with how the non human sentient creatures are regarded they are all second class citizens of the world, but there is no explanation as to why this really ought to be the case as in, how do the humans of the situatio...

  3. Tirzah says:

    Troll Mill is set 3 years after Troll Fell and Peer is living with Hilde s family Although rid of his nasty uncles, Peer still has to work through some of the experiences and feelings he had while under his uncles cruel reign Besides that, he must also learn to find his place in the world while deciphering the mystery behind Bjorn and his wife s sudden disappearance All of the characters the loved and not so loved are back in this one and readers enjo...

  4. Book Reviewer says:

    Full review coming soon.

  5. Kim Zarins says:

    I read TROLL FELL years ago and absolutely loved it, so it was a pleasure reading the second installment This second book shows some emotional growth in Peer and no easy solutions for his quest to become independent and win the girl he crushes on He s not ready for independence quite yet, and sometimes in life but rarely in fiction the boy doesn t get the girl Sometimes the demons or Uncle Baldurs of our past still tower over us, without any easy fix Sometimes a boy looks like an ungainl I read TROLL FELL years ago and absolutely loved it, so it was a pleasur...

  6. Amelia, the pragmatic idealist says:

    Whew, Troll Mill really picks up on adventure and excitement I think I might actually like it a teeny bitthan Troll Fell In this continuing story, 3 years have passed and Peer and Hilde and now dum dum dum teenagers I haven t been all that impressed with teen protagonists lately, but here, both characters capture the changes in behavior and feelings without being o...

  7. Ron Bajrami says:

    The book is about Peer trying to rebuild the mill in Troll Fell His uncles used to own it but since they are gone, Peer is trying to set a new life in the mill The setting is in Troll Fell and the main character is Peer Peer s main external conflict is, him having to try to make a new life in the mill and to deal with all the trolls, lubbers, and Granny Green Teeth Peer s main internal conflict is, him thinking about his evil uncles and fearing that they might come back to haunt him.During r The book is about Peer trying to rebuild the mill in Troll Fell His uncles used to own it but since they are gone, Peer is trying to set a new life in the mill The setting is in Troll Fell and the main character is Peer Peer s main external conflict is, him having to try to make a new life in the mill and to deal with all the trolls, lubbers, and Granny Green Teeth Peer s main internal conflict is, him thinking about his evil uncles and fearing that they might come back to haunt him.During reading this book, I made a text to self connection The part when Peer tries to make a new life at the mill reminds me of when I tried to make a new life at my grandparents house in my country It was really hard to make a new life there even for Peer Peer had to clean the house add new stuff in and clear the house of...

  8. Book Elf says:

    Well, this is the second book, but I read it anyway without reading the first one, Troll Fell It was an easy read book, although the setting was kinda dark for me Troll Fell was a place I don t want to be in Creepy, dark, and dangerous At first half of the book, I was bored with the seal issue The second half was pretty exciting though.New creatures were formulated Yes, lubbers, the Nis, Seal people and Granny Greenteeth If I read the first book, maybe I will understandhow they look Well, this is the second book, but I read it anyway without re...

  9. Jaime says:

    Carrying on the story of the life of Peers and his adoptive family where Troll Fell left off, this book delves into slightly darker territory The themes are edging close to a bit too mature for kids, however, by dealing with those themes from a kid s perspective, Langrish has managed to do two things.First, she s made the story challenging and still inviting for young readers, giving them things to think about that go beyond their everyday lives, and this is important for kids learning to navig Carrying on the story of the life of Peers and his adoptive family where Troll Fell left off, this book delves into slightly darker territory The themes are edging close to a bit too mature for kids, however, by dealing with those themes from a kid s perspective, Langrish has managed to do two things.First, she s made the story challen...

  10. Daniel says:

    I really enjoyed this one It was very fast paced I will try to not have any spoilers I just love how Katherine is able to blend childlike fantasy ideas with such darker happenings while keeping an ominous and anxious tone simultaneous...

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