Sunday, October 10, 2010

Walking The Line Between Human And Fairy?

I just finished this a few minutes ago and it was really lovely.  Sort of mystical but with tons of dangerously evil characters and lots of running for your that kind of a was quite fun to read.  I have been avoiding books about fairies for a while but this one was quite good.  Not really in the mood to officially review it...just saying that it was time well spent.  I loved the fact that the fairy world was known to humans and that you could travel there.  All  you need to get there is a passport and a ticket to  to London.  From there it is easy to get to Avalon...the home of the fae.
Dana...the main character...has powers that she is unaware of.  She has lived in the human world for all of her life.  She is going to Avalon to find her father and that is where all of the excitement and mystery begin.


  1. I'm reading a book about fairies now -- except they're spelled "faeries" in Extraordinary by Nancy Werlin -- and am having a hard time suspending my disbelief enough to enjoy it! Glad to hear this was a good read for you.

  2. I know...I love that spelling...more magical/ my book they were called Faes...