Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Faery Rebels: Spell Hunter by R. J. Anderson

Greetings All!

I have been happily lost in a huge oak tree, wherein dwell faeries! Byrony is a young faery who is growing up and learning who she is. As this happens, she changes her name to Knife. Knife loves flying and not be imprisoned in the great Oak where the faeries there have lost almost all of their magic. With the loss of magic the Faery Queen bound almost all the faery folk to The Oak for safety. Knife becomes the Queen's hunter and soon she is enthralled with studying the forbidden world of humans. Before long Knife comes closer to human than ever before, and that is when this story really picks up even more!

(Book Cover)

Several characters grow and change in this book, giving it a wonderful deeper dynamic. The quite Christian aspects of this book were beautiful, and I throughly enjoyed it. I think this one is good reading for all ages.

A wonderful read that will be enjoyed by many!
Carol :)

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1 comment:

R.J. Anderson said...

Thanks for the lovely review, Carol -- appreciated!