Thursday, January 15, 2015

Rating : 4.5/5 
Number of Pages : 392
Format : Fiction, Fairy Tale, Teenage Fiction
Reason for Reading : To finish the trilogy

This is the third and final book in the series of dark fairies in our human world. I will do my best to describe it without spoiling the plot of the first two books. It is set at Elvesden Manor in the country following the continuing adventures of Tanya who has the ability to see fairies, Fabian and Rowan. Rowan has been part of a secret organisation trying to right the wrongs caused by fairies towards humans and it would seem that the organisation want her back and aren't quite as secret as they thought they were when members start to disappear. It also looks like an old enemy who vowed revenge on Rowan is back to make good on that promise.

This is a really fun yet dark trilogy and I really loved this final book. After not reading barely anything for two years, it was reading the first book in this series (The Thirteen Treasures) that rekindled my love of books and reading and I read it in one evening whilst travelling for work. The story telling is fast paced and it has a lovely mix of magic and reality throughout which I got swept up in. Even though the fairies in this series are far from the friendly, cuddly cherubs we often see, I still wish I could see and speak to them after reading these books.

If you like authors like Melissa Marr and Holly Black I definitely recommend this series. It's in a similar dark fairy tale vein and very engaging. There is a prequel called One Wish which I am going to get around to this year hopefully as well as some adult fiction that she has written.

Wednesday, January 07, 2015

Hello fellow book bloggers, it's been such a long time since I posted. Life has been a bit of a struggle over the last two years and I have barely read anything. This year though I am making changes and reprioritising. This means a return to reading a blogging so expect to hear me again soon. I won't be reading anywhere near as much as I used to, but I am aiming for at least one book a month as well as starting to watch more films again. Looking forward to catching up with old friends and making some new ones.