Nordic Fairies (Novella series)

Rated 3.90/5 based on 10 reviews
What would you do if your lover since a thousand years back in time suddenly reappears in the public light, posing as a popular movie star?

Nordic Liosálfar Svala and Viggo have been in love for a thousand years. After two years apart Svala turns on her TV to find Viggo in the public light, posing as a movie star. She tries to seek him out and the events that follow forces some deep buried secr More
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Review by: Krystal Hanson on Oct. 26, 2013 :
quite unique. iwould recommend this book for drama loving and mystery loving people. enjoy!!
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Review by: Naznin Azeez on March 04, 2013 :
The story started out to be very interesting. We are introduced to Svala who seems to have a secret and Viggo, an extremely charming boy, who seems very shady at first!. I love the author's way of writing. The emotions of Svala are captured very well with words. Svala visits a store to buy a necklace and the woman at the store has considerable mystery woven around her. Unfortunately that remains a mystery in this part, as more about her is only revealed in the second book.

I think this story is very well thought of. The story ends in such a way that, it made me pine away for Freja, the second installment in this series. The novella does include the first chapter of Freja and man, I simply can't wait to read it!. I should say, it's very smart of the author to split the book into many parts, thus making the readers literally wait for the next release with baited breath.

I will surely read the other four books in this series, as they are out already!. This is a novella and in a pdf formatted file, it's 39 pages only.

I rate this e-book 5/5, which by Goodreads standards mean that 'it's amazing'!
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Review by: Midu Hadi on Nov. 06, 2012 :
What I liked about it:
Interesting concept that the story's based on-both sides hire people and offer incentives.
the sweet love scenes going on between the MC.
the very real possibility that Trym might be working for the dark side.
the mystery behind the lady in the jewel shop.

What I didn't like:
there was no explanation about the two factions of fairies other than one was bad and the other good. I would have liked some info about them and who led them.
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Review by: Jennifer Silverwood on Sep. 11, 2012 :
Before buying this I got in the mood to read something light but modern, your classic subscription for a YA novel. I'd picked up Saga Berg's novella, "Nordic Fairies" a week or so ago and had been meaning to read it.

First of all I was shocked it was a novella. I think I was expecting something more involved or longer. Obviously someone didn't read the full description carefully enough upon purchasing...ahem... Well it may have only been a short novella but it was certainly more than involved!

Svala, the main light fairy, is one of the most interesting heroines I've read lately. Hers and Viggo's story is so tragic and addictive I sincerely hope there are at least a dozen of these short stories. Viggo is frigging gorgeous of course.

Even though this is technically YA it feels much more adult. I love the concept the author has introduced here and don't know if she based it more heavily on the Nordic tales or invented it. Either way Saga Berg is now one of my new favs! Makes me wish I was Swedish!
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Review by: Midu Hadi on Aug. 15, 2012 :
What I liked about it:
Interesting concept that the story's based on-both sides hire people and offer incentives.
the sweet love scenes going on between the MC.
the very real possibility that Trym might be working for the dark side.
the mystery behind the lady in the jewel shop.

What I didn't like:
there was no explanation about the two factions of fairies other than one was bad and the other good. I would have liked some info about them and who led them.
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Review by: Sarah Empey on July 14, 2012 :
I think the only truly appropriate way to describe saga Berg's first novella is, short and sweet. The first installment in the Nordic Fairies series of novellas is certainly intriguing. It gives you just enough of glimpse into what the rest of the series holds that you want to keep reading; it nearly drove me mad with curiosity when it ended just when I was getting into the story. The hint of romance between Viggo and Svala, as well as the original plot offered a taste of what I am hoping will develop to be a truly satisfying read. Overall I simply can't wait to see if Berg follows through after reading such a promising start!

-Sarah
http://laceandlavenderhints.blogspot.ca
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Review by: Sarah Empey on July 14, 2012 :
I think the only truly appropriate way to describe saga Berg's first novella is, short and sweet. The first installment in the Nordic Fairies series of novellas is certainly intriguing. It gives you just enough of glimpse into what the rest of the series holds that you want to keep reading; it nearly drove me mad with curiosity when it ended just when I was getting into the story. The hint of romance between Viggo and Svala, as well as the original plot offered a taste of what I am hoping will develop to be a truly satisfying read. Overall I simply can't wait to see if Berg follows through after reading such a promising start!

-Sarah
http://laceandlavenderhints.blogspot.ca
(review of free book)

Review by: Lyla Tyela on May 04, 2012 :
I adored this book.

Enough said.
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Review by: Elizabeth Gorski on March 12, 2012 :
Svala would do anything for the love of her life, Viggo. This is something that has held true for ages. But what will Svala do when confronted with the possibility that all that she holds true, may not be as it appears?

Nordic Fairies is a very brief 39 page novella written by Saga Berg. However, she handles the length of her novella and the future continuations in a rather unique manner. Berg suggests that if the reader enjoyed Nordic Fairies they simply follow her Facebook page. In doing so, the reader is then notified every time there is a sequel released. Allowing them to chat with fellow fans and keep apprised of updates all in the same spot.

I wasn’t sure what to expect from Nordic Fairies before I began. It truly takes a gifted author to weave a tale with enough depth – of both plot and characters alike – within the confines of 39 pages. I was cautiously optimistic and Saga Berg delivered on both fronts.

Berg’s main characters are well thought out. With plenty of depth, both in the present situation and in just enough back stories to help the reader fully connect with them without feeling like they are living in the past. She is incredibly descriptive, with an attention to detail that really helps to bring the characters and places alive.

When I had finished reading, Nordic Fairies, I found myself hungry for more of the story. The initial installment of the Nordic Fairies story is about as long as a chapter in a book, which leaves me curious as to how long the story in its entirety will be. No matter the length, I know I will be on the edge of my seat awaiting my Facebook message(s) informing me of each new addition.
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Review by: Brittany Carrigan on March 09, 2012 :
This installment is a great beginning to the series. It was a great quick read that left me hanging, wanting more, which is good since part 2 comes out in a couple of days! There are a few things that aren't explained in the beginning part, so I'm hoping that they are cleared up in the next part. I recommend this book to anyone who likes a fairy-playing-human story with unusual twists :)
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