Children Of A Clouded Skye

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Skye was a crazy vagabond faerie princess. Now she's a vagabond faerie princess mother of a teenager. Twenty years after her encounter with the brutal King Cardeness, her son starts courting her old enemy's daughter. To make it worse, the girl is a spy for her father, who is on the eve of starting a war to destroy the growing faerie kingdom and its allies. More

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About Talmage Cleverly

Talmage Cleverly has been playing in the made up worlds in his head since a small child. He likes to write about his imaginary friends and make them suffer for his own enjoyment and that of others.

He currently lives in Layton Utah with his wife, two kids, and dog.

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Review by: Bonnie Weyland on July 01, 2012 :
I liked this book. It was worth reading. Good moral to the story. I would recommend it to someone looking for a wholesome book.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Michael Cleverly on Oct. 30, 2011 :
“I really liked this book. It made 314 pages go by really quickly! It was a quick read.

The suspense was really good, it kept you on the edge of your seat. Of course there weren't suspenseful, but most of it was. You could see lots of rising action, climaxes, falling action, and resolutions. Another thing I liked about it was that there were lots of climaxes in it. I really liked the dramatic Irony in it, where you now something bad is going to happen, but the character doesn't know it.

The point of view was nice, because you got to see lots of sides of the same story, and a bunch of different things going on at the same time. There would be a few paragraphs to a page or two about one scene, and then you could go somewhere else to see what some of the other characters were doing.

The setting and characters were described really good. You could picture the characters in your head almost like it was a movie. As I read about some of the locations where things took place, I thought of places in the real world that I think would look like that place. For example, Sea Haven reminded me of Italy. It would make a great movie.

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes fiction, adventure, or even people who like nonfiction more. I don't usually like fiction, especially fantasy, but I liked this book. If you're reading this review, you should stop reading it and start reading this book. It'll keep you on the edge of your seat.”
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Michael Cleverly on Oct. 30, 2011 :
I really liked this book. It made 314 pages go by really quickly! It was a quick read.

The suspense was really good, it kept you on the edge of your seat. Of course there weren't suspenseful, but most of it was. You could see lots of rising action, climaxes, falling action, and resolutions. Another thing I liked about it was that there were lots of climaxes in it. I really liked the dramatic Irony in it, where you now something bad is going to happen, but the character doesn't know it.

The point of view was nice, because you got to see lots of sides of the same story, and a bunch of different things going on at the same time. There would be a few paragraphs to a page or two about one scene, and then you could go somewhere else to see what some of the other characters were doing.

The setting and characters were described really good. You could picture the characters in your head almost like it was a movie. As I read about some of the locations where things took place, I thought of places in the real world that I think would look like that place. For example, Sea Haven reminded me of Italy. It would make a great movie.

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes fiction, adventure, or even people who like nonfiction more. I don't usually like fiction, especially fantasy, but I liked this book. If you're reading this review, you should stop reading it and start reading this book. It'll keep you on the edge of your seat.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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