The Faerie Path by Frewin Jones

Swept away into a court of magic and beauty, she discovers she is Tania, the lost princess of Faerie: the youngest daughter of Oberon and Titania. Since Tania's mysterious disappearance on the eve of her wedding five hundred years before, Faerie has been sunk in darkness and gloom. The courtly Lord Gabriel Drake, who Tania was once to marry, has found her and brought her back. With Tania's return, Faerie comes alive again as a land of winged children, glittering balls, and fantastic delights. But Tania can't forget Anita's world, or the boy she loved there. Torn between two loves and between two worlds, Tania slowly comes to discover why she disappeared so long ago. She possesses a singular magical ability and she must use it to stop a sinister plan that threatens the entire world of Faerie.

To tell the truth, there were some bits of this book that were, well...slow.

I mean, in the beginning it went kinda slow and weird-like. Sure, later on in the book, it's actually really enjoyable, y'know. Except the beginning.

I found kinda confusing the amount of sisters that Anita/Tania has, and it seemed...not necessary. It was really confusing to remember which sister was which and who had what power and so on. A Reader can only handle so much you know!

Other than that, The Faerie Path was an interesting blend of Shakespeare's play and fantasy along with faerie romance. It's a definite read for Shakespeare and A Midsummer Night's Dream fans, and those who love fantasy, and it suddenly plunges into who and who cannot be trusted, and no one is who they seem to be.

I'm gonna start The Lost Queen soon, as I bought the book, and I can't wait to get reading!

1 comment:

  1. I have this book on my shelf. It seems I should give it a try. Thanks for you thoughts.


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