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Giant Trouble

Giant Trouble by Ursula Vernon

The return of the hamster princess who runs about in fairy tales! Mild spoilers for earlier volumes. . .
After a session enjoying her new returned ability to cliff-dive, Harriet is riding her quail Mumfrey home when a cloaked figure leaps out at her. Only a salesman. Of, you will no doubt be surprised to hear, beans.

Which sends Harriet off on another adventure with new friends and an old one as well.
Tags: author: v, category: graphic novels, genre: fantasy, review

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