THE GODMOTHER'S APPRENTICE by Elizabeth Ann Scarborough

THE GODMOTHER'S APPRENTICE

KIRKUS REVIEW

 The Godmother (1994) wasn't, alas, about female mafiosi, but introduced a suburban fantasy of good and bad fairies, frog princes, wicked stepmothers, talking cats, and characters from the brothers Grimm. In this equally cutesy, drippy sequel, the Godmother, Felicity Fortune, takes rock star's daughter Snohomish Quantrill on as her apprentice. To learn her trade, Sno must travel to Ireland, land of Felicity's roots, enjoying adventures heavily dependent on blarney, time warps, and mashed Celtic lore set forth in such deathless prose as: ``The actual road to Elfland. It was a heavy moment and I felt a little dizzy there for a bit.''

Pub Date: Dec. 1st, 1995
ISBN: 0-441-00252-8
Page count: 304pp
Publisher: Ace/Berkley
Review Posted Online:
Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 15th, 1995




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