A delightful book for young teens that teaches lessons on friendship and choices. I would recommend this for young teens who love the fantasy genre and for anyone who wants to try and read a unique and different type of book. The book is about an Elven historian sent to the Goblin Kingdom to deliver a gift for diplomatic purposes. Here, he meets the Goblin historian Werfel, but there is a lot of confusion between them as they are of different cultures. However, Werfel does not know that Weed arrived with harmful intentions as he was planning to spy on the Goblins. This later leads to Werfel being forced to help Weed escape and starts the journey. What makes the book unique and enjoyable is that it had a mixture of chapters described by words and chapters expressed by pictures like a comic book. I also enjoyed how the author uses the two characters to show us how different opinions can be. The Assassination of Brangwain Spurge is a fantastic story that lets you imagine far and wide.