Lure

Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
David was looking forward to doing some hiking on his family camping trip. That is, until he’s lured into another world. Now he has to hike through the fae world, where fairies, hellhounds, and all sorts of magical creatures are lying in wait. Everything here seems determined to kill him. He has to escape this realm, but the one fairy that can help him may be the one that keeps him here. More
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Words: 59,680
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311061478
About Tarynn Kerr

Tarynn Kerr is the author of the YA Paranormal novel Lure. She has a degree in psychology but probably should have gotten one in mythology instead because that’s way cooler. She lives in southern California where she works a boring day job and covertly writes down her daydreams when her boss isn’t looking. Aside from writing, she enjoys reading and eating enormous amounts of mac ‘n’ cheese.

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Review by: Ashley Kemp on June 30, 2015 :
Lure provides a glimpse into the world of the Seelie and tells us they aren't necessarily the good guys we've thought them to be. It's all a matter of perspective, and no matter what humans are not allowed. I was intrigued by the relationship (or lack thereof) between the courts, and how each one regarded humanity. Most of this story was a bit hollow for me, though I loved Cearo. The characters didn't draw a great deal of emotions from me, but I did become invested enough to read to the end, not expecting it to be a cliffhanger as it was. There could have been a lot more development for David, Eric and their Mom, and I would have loved the story had I known more about why things were so tense with the fae. The author was obviously a great fan of fairy stories, as am I, and I enjoyed the references to the old tales. In the end, I suppose this just fell a bit short for me, with very little in the way of detail and complexity, it was like staring into a pond and only seeing the reflection. I'd love to have gone deeper. 3 stars
(reviewed 82 days after purchase)

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