Turning thirteen starts off with a bang for Lily. Literally. A birthday present explodes on her porch . . . and soon after a trio of leprechauns (yes, leprechauns) appears in her bedroom. They whisk her away to a land of clover, piskies, a new friend, a cute boy, and lots of glimmering, glittering gold. A world of Green.
It turns out that Lily, like her grandmother before her, is next in line to be keeper for the Clan of Green, and in charge of all their gold. That is, if she passes three tests. And she has to pass them. Because if she doesn’t she may never get to go home again. She’ll be stuck with the Greens.
From the Hardcover edition.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Gorthalon - LibraryThing
It was alright but don't go out of your way to read it. You know what I'd like to know? I'm wondering whether the author has ever been to Ireland... I think it would be best aimed at children 8-13 years old. All the same though, I wouldn't recommend it. Read full review
Review: GreenUser Review - Malia C. - Goodreads
My favorite book genre is realistic fiction. Green is a fantasy book with lots of leprechauns and magic so it didn't really appeal to me. But, I really liked the plot and story! I thought the author ... Read full review