Author: Jenna Black
Series: Faeriewalker (Book 3)
Genera: Fantasy/supernatural/paranormal romance
Subjects: Faeries, magic, romance
Publisher: St. Martin’s Griffin
Length: 312 pgs. Paperback
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Dana, still stuck in Avalon, the only place where humans and fey can interact, goes to an event with her faerie politician dad only to be invited to Faerie’s Seelie court. When they set out on this journey (that Dana is reluctant to go on because both queens probably want her dead), Dana’s father assures her that no one will harm her under the Queen’s protection (because killing one who is summoned by the queen is considered very rude). Dana is of course not so sure about that. Ethan, Kimber, and Keane come with her and they all travel near the end of Prince Henry’s caravan. With the Erlking’s mark on her should, Dana know he will be following her too. Danger awaits, and you can read the book to find out what happens.
I’m not a big fan of faerie books, but this series is definitely one of the better ones. Dana is sarcastic and funny, and her best friend is girly but smart. I like Keane and his bad boy/warrior looks. Ethan seems like a good boyfriend (but cocky at times). I think Jenna Black did an awesome job on her 3rd book. I didn’t get bored at all, and with every conflict, it makes you want to read on. If you have read any of the books, you know what I mean. Also, I was wondering if anyone else feels that this series is semi-dystopian. The fact that the existence of fey is know to humans, and that Avalon has it’s own politic. Avalon is it’s own little dystopia, and they supposedly filmed movies there and stuff. With all the awesomeness of this series I will continue to read the Faeriewalker books. I really want to find out what happens next. (And you can too. Lol)
Art Review: Lovely cover as always. The girl’s eyes remind me of butterfly wings. She looks fey-ish. Or maybe half asian. The rose petals are very nice. The metallic dots are on the cover of each book in the series. These ones are silver. The cover has a nice texture. Can’t wait to see what the next cover will be.