Faerie Tale (The Tamar Black Saga #5)

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“All The World’s A Stage”

Tamar’s back! And this time, she’s off the chart and travelling without a map. There are faeries in the woods and they’re not the cute little wingéd creatures from the stories your mummy read to you. Faeries are, at best, con artists and tricksters.
And at worst, homicidal maniacs.
And these faeries are out to take over the world.
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About Nicola Rhodes

About the Author
Nicola Rhodes often can’t remember where she lives so she lives inside her own head most of the time, where even if you do get lost, it’s still okay.
She has met many interesting people inside her own head and eventually decided to introduce them to the rest of the world, in the hopes that they would stop bothering her and let her sleep.
She has been doing this for ten years now but they still won’t leave her alone.

She wrote this book for fun and does not care if you take away a moral lesson from it or not.

You have her full permission to read whatever you wish into this work of fiction. As she says herself:
“Just because I wrote this book, doesn’t mean I know anything about it.”

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Review by: Simon Perkins on Feb. 12, 2012 :
This is the first Tamar Black book that I've come across. The narrative style I found to be very engaging & informal, almost conversational, which I felt was refreshing after all the doom-laden, overly dramatic purple prose found in so much fantasy literature. The characters are well observed & believable, with well written, fluent dialogue, rather than the often rather wooden stereotypical architypes favoured by many authors. The story is original, while still managing to incorporate many mythic elements from differing cultures woven together seamlessly into a highly enjoyable tale that carries the reader along effortlessly, through setbacks & reversals of fortune to a very pleasing conclusion. I enjoyed this introduction to Nicola Rhodes work immensely & would recommend it without reservation, even to those whose palate for fantasy fiction, like mine has become quite jaded through over-exposure. I shall be reading a lot more by this author & hope that she continues to produce work of such quality.
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