Enna Burning

The Goose Girl
Shannon Hale

This cover is oddly at odds with the first book in its series, The Goose Girl. Check that one out below!

This cover is oddly at odds with the first book in its series, The Goose Girl. Check that one out below!

Quick Stats:

Page Count: 336
Age Range: 10 and up
Year: 2006
Genre: Fantasy
Series: 2nd of 4

Now that Princess Isi has been saved with the help of her friends from the plot to kill her, her saviour and friend Enna has decided to return home to the forest. It is at home that Enna discovers the power to create fire at will, but this power comes with a price and her brother foolishly forgets this and becomes consumed by the fire. Enna uses her new power to attack the enemy kingdom Tira, but just like her brother she slowly loses the ability to control it. Only with the help from her friends and the Priness Isi will Enna be able to save herself.

Anyone that likes fantasy will love this book, it is fast-paced and brilliantly written for anyone looking for adventure.

-Ms. Caitlin

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Filed under Age Range: 10 and up, Author: Shannon Hale, Genre: Fantasy, Page Count: 300-400, Part of a Series, Year: 2000s

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