The Bright Court

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Feyland -- where high-tech gaming and the dangerous Realm of Faerie collide!

Jennet Carter escaped the dark faeries of Feyland once. Now, fey magic is seeping out of the prototype game, beguiling the unwary and threatening everyone she cares about. She and her hero, Tam Linn, must return to Feyland to face the magic of the Bright Court—and a powerful new enemy. More
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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, follow her on twitter, find her on facebook (, and visit her website.

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About the Series: Feyland
What if a high-tech computer game opened a gateway to the Realm of Faerie?

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Reviews of The Bright Court by Anthea Sharp

Jonel Boyko reviewed on Sep. 8, 2013

With this novel, Sharp jumps right back into the awesome world of Feyland and takes you with her. She completely immerses her reader in the world of gaming and in the land of the Fey. The distinct socioeconomic backgrounds in this story really add to the feeling of the story. It helps to develop the feeling of helplessness and of crossing boundaries. There is also lots of action in this instalment that keeps you on edge and ploughing forward.

Sharp`s phenomenal storytelling skills and brilliant descriptions create a world that her readers cannot help but love. Everything comes to life in such a brilliant way that you feel like you are simming right alongside the characters. As a reader you live and breathe everything that they do.

Sharp’s characters return with a vengeance in this instalment. They are the same individuals that you came to know and love in The Dark Court, but they continue to grow as individuals as they age and as they experience more and more perils at the hands of the Fey. The new characters that Sharp introduces in this instalment are also very well developed. You get to know them, human and Fey alike, as well as you would a new friend. Sharp’s character development is always natural and leads you to come to know everyone as an individual.

All in all this was a fun and captivating story that kept you hooked throughout. I read the bulk of the book in a single sitting. It followed nicely from its predecessor and leaves you primed for the sequel. The reader is left simultaneously with a feeling of satisfaction and of wanting more (and a bit of a broken heart).
(reviewed 7 months after purchase)
RachelF reviewed on Nov. 7, 2012

I wasn't sure about this series when I started reading, done wrong a book about a computer game could have been very boring. However, I started the first book, and ended up reading straight through into the second. The only reason I didn't keep going to the third is that it hasn't been released yet:) Definitely a series you want to try, just not when you have somewhere you have to be, or something you have to do, because you won't want to put the book down until you're done.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
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