The last book from ”The Adventures of the Elves” offers a satisfying and hair-raising experience for the young readers. There is a party going in the elven king’s palace. Everyone is invited and having the fun of their lives, when a giant destroys the gates and attempts to take the castle for himself. You can easily say that everyone is more than scared, but not Acorn and his beloved Rosehip, who are always ready for another adventure. The sword that can defeat the giant is hidden in a cave, guarded by a terrible dragon. A fast-paced and extremely riveting tale, ”The Sword in the Dragon’s Cave” is definitely recommendable to adventure-seekers and fantasy-lovers.
”The Adventures of the Elves” is a children’s series, focusing on the life and adventures of the royal court of the elves, and how they fight their enemies and stand their ground. The various adventures and turns of the fate are extremely entertaining, turning the series into a recommended reading for children.
Peter Gotthardt (b. 1946) is a Danish writer of children’s books, mainly in the genre of fantasy. Until 2006 he worked as a public librarian, but then moved to writing books instead of lending and watching over them. His first book came in 1984, and since then has written more than 60 books. Gotthardt’s fiction is characterized by fantasy and mystical adventures, earning him a lot of literary trophies. His best known works are ”The Adventures of the Elves”, ”The Enchanted Castle”, and ”The Magical Falcon”.