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The Ghost Forest Book Review (Zlatko Enev)

Anne “Red” lives happily with her Mom somewhere at the end of town… until, quite suddenly, she gets into the mysterious, magic Ghost Forest. Looking for the way back home, she is forced to get through many difficult situations, to fight dangerous opponents and, what is most important, to learn how to make true friends.


While she is struggling to overcome the fantastic and dangerous obstacles she is constantly confronted with, she slowly realizes that everything in this magic world depends on the answer to one single question:

“Who are the ghosts … and where do they come from?”

Firmly determined to resolve the mystery, Anne starts a long and rather dangerous journey …

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“Ghost Forest” is written in the very popular genre “Fantasy for children” and has often been compared to Harry Potter. In Bulgaria, its country of origin, it has had considerable success and parts of it were included in the official reader for the fourth grade of Bulgarian primary schools.

This is a long and complicated story which could best be summarized under the slogan “Pippi Longstocking meets Harry Potter”.

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You can always visit the official site of the book ( where you can find many other downloadable materials for your children, like games, cartoons, comics, illustrations, screensavers.

Download free excerpt (45 pages)

Of course, you can also buy the book if you find it interesting. To do so, please click on the following link:

Xlibris Publishing bookstore

If you prefer to order the book by your local bookseller, please use the following ISBNs:

1-4134-7705-4 (paperback edition) or

1-4134-7706-2 (hardcover edition).

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