"A masterpiece of poetry and prose."

By Laura Lavelle
Once Upon A Blog

The Book of One Hundred Riddles of the Fairy Bellaria (Charles Godfrey LeLand)Overall, The Book of One Hundred Riddles of the Fairy Bellaria is a masterpiece of poetry and prose, accompanied by drawings by the author himself.  Though elements have been pulled from several texts, it reads as an authentic fairy tale from start to finish.  This book was a breath of fresh air for any reader — a light story about a brilliant woman and her battle of wits against a tyrant.


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