I am giving "Alex, the Fey" a 4-Star Rating because, while I enjoyed the story tremendously, I do have a major concern with this book, as well as with each following installment in the Alex, the Fey series. Why is the editing so very poor??? Sometimes I did feel like I was slogging through, because I was trying to decipher the correct meaning. I have not seen one of these books in print (having read the e-edition of each book), but certainly hope the grammar, usage, and spelling errors are not repeated in print editions; they so detract from the enjoyment of the story itself and the development of the characters within.
The second in a great series explores in, greater depth, the lives of the families and friends intertwined - many as the result of Celia Marlowe's actions. Though no longer living, Celia's spirit is always around. The crossover between the characters in "The Fey" series adds to the fun.
Another great continuation of "The Denver Cereal's." As Ms Christian's exciting story lines develop, we also see the development of characters and relationships - and just when you think you know the next plot twist, SURPRISE!!! That's what makes reading this series fun. Loving the story and the characters and looking forward to reading more episodes in the series.