November 14, 2010

Faerie #1

Bones of Faerie by Janni Lee Simner

I Saw A Light!

The War changed the world, afterwards people had to learn to live without technology, had to learn to live on only what they could grow, make or scavenge from what survived from Before. Afterwards the danger was not only from strangers, trees or stones but from themselves and the new born among them. The War with the Faeries left its mark on the world; as well as its magic.

Liza knew the rules, knew what fate awaited those who were touched by magic, saw for herself what happen to her sister, all for being born with faerie-pale hair. So when she herself starts to display signs of magic she flees from home rather then face a heartless death, but she doesn't leave alone. Liza is curtain she can find the answers she needs if she can just find her mother, but what if her mother does not want to be found?

Bones of Faerie is one of the most imaginative and rich stories of faeries and magic. A brilliant new series that seamlessly blends fairy-tales with science fiction creating a world that is tangible, wondrous and strangely attainable. Such a momentous journey undertaken for such a small book, but one you absolutely don't want to miss.

Invasive Species
(short story set in the world of Faerie series)
On sale: 01 December 2010
Price (AU): $18.95
ISBN: 9781742750651
Recommended age: 12+
In a word: Magic
Re-read it: yes
Recommend: yes, read it!
Star rating: five out of five

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