Michael Molloy’s House on Falling Star Hill


Tween fiction – apparently



Like my review for Old Magic, I have to say that the age range for this novel is wrong. First of all, any one who loves fantasy fiction is going to get pulled into this novel in seconds. Second of all, to appeal to the older audiences more, the characters should be a little older – as it would not affect the plot in any way.

Molloy has written about a parallel universe to ours, which is similar but also extremely different – who thought flowers would be so precious?

I don’t want to ruin it for anyone, because I know it is a lesser known novel for the young adult age, but it a terrific book, with fast paced action that keeps you involved.

It also kind or reminded me a little of Game of Thrones, almost like a children’s version because of the land in which it is set, but that is probably just me!


Who Is It For?

Tweens, Teens and Young adults


Read Again-ability






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