I read and loved the book. The ending does come as a surprise, but it makes for a deep understanding of the book. The author has a good grasp of the dangers and complexity of life and I look forward to her new book,(Maginaugh),which she has mentioned for her next outgoing.
I just wanted to re-do my review of the book.
I read it again for the umteenth time and still find more to love about it. I connect with the characters so well. Nammi, I love her love affair with Sashegh. They both have that ultimate feeling of deep affection, tinged with a sadness. It is a welcome book, a loving book, a book to get into and, soon, to be added to by her second novel of the trilogy. I can't wait.
Maginaugh lives on!
The second book in her trilogy and the story-line gets more exciting as you read on.
Sashegh is the main character, but this time she meets up with Alliki, the person that reminds her of Nammi in the previous book of J. Ellynes.
The life and loves of them entwine with other characters. Some in a bad way and some in a good, loving way. I read the book in a few days and was enchanted by the story. I felt happy and sad with the book. It took me to new heights of wonderment. I cannot wait for her next book to come and out I thoroughly reccomend this book for anyone who likes excitement, tinged with sadness. A book that has all.
The Elves of Arthannegh, Book Three of the Fair and Fey
on Feb. 20, 2014
I have read the new novel by J Ellyne. It carries on from her previous two with the same passion and zest. Lots of content, action, romance and history. All mixed together with a loving story of people fighting against evil in many ways. The result is riveting. I found it hard to put down, the pages kept turning over of there own accord! Honestly..
I recommend it to all and hope you will enjoy it,
Have fun and read it,