Welcome to day Four of my Ghoulishly Good Monster Mash Mix Up!
As the post title so eloquently pointed out, today's focus is combined to include goblins, trolls, gnomes, elves and gargoyles. :-)
There are books for each of these but not near as many as weres or vamps.
Hopefully, you won't have any problems with the combined GGMMMU challenge questions for today. :D
Here are some books that fit the group. I must confess that I have not read most of them. :-(
gob·lin [ góbblin ]
A tiny mischievous or evil creature: an imaginary being resembling a small man of unpleasant appearance, usually evil or mischievous
troll [ trōl ]
Supernatural beings described as trolls dwell in isolated rocks, mountains, or caves, live together in small family units, and are rarely helpful to human beings. Their appearance varies greatly; trolls may be ugly and slow-witted or look and behave exactly like human beings, with no particularly grotesque characteristic about them.
gnome [ nōm ]
1.tiny supernatural being: in folklore and fairy tales, a small imaginary being usually portrayed as a hunchbacked man with a long white beard who lives underground guarding treasure
2.statue of gnome: a small figure or statue representing a gnome, used as a decoration
3.offensive term: an offensive term that deliberately insults somebody's relatively small size and appearance
elf[ elf ]
1.small supernatural mischief-maker: in folklore, a small lively imaginary being resembling a human with pointed ears, often considered to have a mischievous nature and magical powers
2.small mischievous person: any small person, especially a child, who plays pranks or tricks
gar·goyle [ gar gòyl ]
1.grotesque drainage spout: a spout in the form of a grotesque animal or human figure that projects from the gutter of a building and is designed to cast rainwater clear of the building
2.statue of grotesque figure: a grotesque carved figure
3.somebody like carved figure: somebody thought to resemble a carved gargoyle
Again these all came from Amazon. These were free when I found them but prices are subject to change so take care to double check before purchasing them. :-)
Summons: A Goblin King Prequel: Novella (Shadowlands) by Shona Husk
Finding-Eden by Camilla Beavers
Coexist (Keegan's Chronicles #1) by Julia Crane, Cheryl Bradshaw and Kadri Umbleja
Out of these monsters, which do you prefer?
Have you read any of these or do you have any suggestions for these groups that I didn't mention?
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