In J. Aleksandr Wooten's second installment of the Fayborn books, Petra continues in her journey from disbelief to acceptance of who she is and her unique role in Faerie's destiny. As soon as you begin reading, you won't want to stop. Exciting plot twists and creative character development capture your attention, and you find yourself fully immersed in the characters' lives. Mr. Wooten's artistry as a writer is especially amplified in this book, as he has molded his voice and style into something truly special. If you liked Her Unwelcome Inheritance, you're going to love The Eighth Square.
"Her Unwelcome Inheritance" is clever, interesting, and wholly unique. It's about Faerie, but it's written in a way you will never have encountered before. The book tackles the themes of everything from philosophy to war, from power to trust,and from evil to childhood sweetness. It will take you on your own journey from skepticism to wonder, and throughout, you will be provoked to think, laugh, and explore. And maybe, like Petra, you'll find yourself believing in a world we didn't think could possibly exist.