Feyland: The Twilight Kingdom

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Faeries. Computer games. A boy from the wrong side of the tracks, and the girl he’s forbidden to love.

~ Book 3 in the Feyland Trilogy - Award-winning YA Urban Fantasy ~

What if a high-tech computer game were a gateway to the treacherous Realm of Faerie? More

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Published by Fiddlehead Press
Words: 66,070
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301142545
About Anthea Sharp

~ Award-winning author of YA Urban Fantasy ~
Growing up, Anthea Sharp spent her summers raiding the library shelves and reading, especially fantasy. She now makes her home in the Pacific Northwest, where she writes, plays the fiddle, and spends time with her small-but-good family. Contact her at antheasharp@hotmail.com, follow her on twitter, find her on facebook (http://www.facebook.com/AntheaSharp), and visit her website.

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Review by: Jonel Boyko on Sep. 18, 2013 :
What do you get when the world of Shakespeare meets a video game? Some adventure, a few laughs, and a whole barrel full of awesome. That’s what Sharp has brought us with this final novel in the Feyland Trilogy.

Sharp definitely gives her characters some unique challenges to overcome. She mixes fantasy with reality and some virtual reality gaming to create a melded world that you find yourself lost in. Sharp’s gripping yet fluid writing style allows you to flow through the story alongside the characters without missing a beat. Her vivid descriptions allow you to walk beside them through a world you not only know but can also see.

The characters that we’ve come to know and love (or hate) throughout the series return here, each changed slightly from their trials and travels, but as the same individuals that we’ve always known. Sharp continues to develop these characters so that you feel like you’ve known them your whole life by the end of this novel. She also introduces some new characters to help round out the cast for this final battle of wills. These new characters are extremely well developed. They compliment and help to balance those that we already know.

Overall, this was a fan-frickin-tastic conclusion to the Feyland trilogy, even if I do want to see more of these characters. It is a journey that I’m sad to see end, but it was well worth the trip (read?).
(reviewed long after purchase)

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