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Feyland: The Complete Trilogy Kindle Edition

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Length: 974 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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"Ms. Sharp is a master storyteller... The Feyland books have found a prized place on my all-time favorite books list." -Rebecca McKinnon, The Crooked Word

"This is a great series that deserves more attention. The books are quick and exciting reads, and if you like stories based on fairy tales, or if you enjoyed both the portrayal of the fae in Mercy Thompson and October Daye and the virtual world of Ready Player One, you will love this series." - Kate, Epic Chocolate Fantasy

"The series has come full circle with the great cast of characters and events that take place. Would recommend for everyone!" -Jen, What's on the Bookshelf

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THE FEYLAND BOOKS: 

Feyland: The First Adventure  - FREE prequel short story amzn.com/B00CPBC5UU
 
The Feyland Trilogy
Feyland: The Dark Realm (Book 1)
Feyland: The Bright Court (Book 2)
Feyland: The Twilight Kingdom (Book 3)
*The Complete Trilogy is available in an ebook bundle for only $8.99
 
The Feyguard
Spark (Book 1)
Royal  (Book 2)
Marny (Book 3) Coming Summer 2015!
 
Related short stories
Trinket: A Feyland Tale
Beneath the Knowe: A Faerie Tale

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  • File Size: 4423 KB
  • Print Length: 974 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: January 27, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00B73TD9I
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,886 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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~ USA Today bestselling, award-winning author of YA Urban Fantasy ~

Growing up on fairy tales and computer games, Anthea Sharp has melded the two in her award-winning Feyland series. She now makes her home in the Pacific Northwest, where she writes, hangs out in virtual worlds, plays the fiddle with her Celtic band Fiddlehead, and spends time with her small-but-good family.

Her books have won or placed in the PRISM, the Maggie, the National Reader's Choice Award, the Write Touch Reader's Award, the Heart of Excellence, and the Book Buyer's Best contests.

Contact her at antheasharp at hotmail dot com, and join her newsletter for all the news about upcoming releases, super sales, and reader perks! http://eepurl.com/1qtFb

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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Pure Jonel on September 18, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
~*~ THE DARK REALM ~*~

Holy Cow! I seriously lack hand eye coordination and any desire to become a gamer, but at the moment, I'm seriously considering it. This story was so excruciatingly real that you need to play the game with the characters. Just wow!

Sharp employs vividly exotic descriptions and locales that catch you right from the get go. This story becomes so real that it is scary. You can actually picture the events occurring and you find yourself picturing what would happen if you were in the characters' shoes. The events in question may be out of our realm, but the way that they are written makes everything so real and thrilling that you forget that it is a fantasy.

The phenomenal characters in this novel draw you in to this world as well. They had personalities that you could relate to. There were definitely times when you wanted them to stop feeling sorry for themselves and get on with life, or wondered why in the world they had done something so irreversibly stupid, but they were real people struggling through their issues. I also enjoyed the fact that the relationship between the characters grew throughout the novel. They didn't instantly go from strangers to madly in love in the blink of an eye. They got to know each other as people first. It made them that much more real and approachable.

This novel was amazingly exciting, invigorating, and captivating. It is so different from your typical fantasy novel that you can't help but be intrigued. It brought a brand new world to life and kept me captivated throughout. It was brilliant as a standalone novel as well as the first novel in a series, providing you with characters that you get to know and love.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Dacee on September 6, 2013
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I have read many young adult fey works, but this trilogy work takes a very unique approach that I haven't see before. It is an interesting mix of fantasy and science fiction, I enjoyed the plot line throughout the work, but it was hard to fall in love with the characters. Overall, it was an entertaining read that was able to draw me in throughout.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Tim VanAlstine on January 24, 2014
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The story concept really caught my eye. I've had experience with similar stories in the past and I was looking forward to this author's take on this particular plot. It started out strong enough that I blew right through the reading sample and purchased the whole trilogy.

However, the bulk of my reading is not YA material. I'm used to stories that are both longer and have a bit more depth. The author laid out a simple plot formula and didn't really deviate from it. Instead of a single novel I felt like I was reading a series of loosely connected short stories. Having read other stories with faerie references made me expect a similar level of detail and craft. Given that this was three books I felt like there should have been added levels of complexity that were completely lacking.

As far as scope, I felt that I was just reading book one three times, there just wasn't really an escalation that I could identify with. Sure the characters matured and treated each other differently, but the struggles they went through were the equivalent of new content patches, as opposed to a full on game expansion.

In the end its a five star system. If I could give a 3.5 I would have, as its definitely a cut about average. Try a sample, if you like it you'll like the whole trilogy. Just don't expect to be surprised.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Deborah Muldawer on June 5, 2013
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Excellent series. This is the best fantasy I've read in a long time, comparable to Fablehaven and other fantasy books at that level. The first book is by far the best, but all the books are good with interesting twists and turns, complex characters, and good writing. Definitely worth reading!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Janelle Guthrie on June 25, 2013
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Bought this for my Kindle and couldn't put it down. Great character development, vivid scenes and compelling story. Perfect for young adults and others who love fantasy stories.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Cherri-Anne Boitson on October 30, 2014
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Overall I loved this series! I can’t wait to read the next ones as well! (NOTE: this review is based on the box set Feyland: The Complete Trilogy) At first I was a little disappointed with the first book – The Dark Realm - because I was expecting a lot more magic and fae stuff. It was still good, just different than how I thought it would be! Which is one reason why I try to not form an opinion of how I expect the book to be before I read it. That being said, I read the book fairly or is that faery, quickly and was surprised at how drawn in I was. I was hooked on the characters & rooting for everything to go their way (the good ones only, of course! Lol), I cried when they did or for them, I found myself smiling & cheering for & with them. I couldn’t wait to see if they would outsmart their opponents or get outsmarted themselves, if there would be any new friendships, would any kisses finally happen, would they get caught, would they be saved, JUST EVERYTHING!!!! I read book 2 – The Bright Court – and book 3 – The Twilight Kingdom – quickly as I was so caught up in it, I didn’t even realize what time it was or how much I had read!! After completing the series I realized how The Dark Realm (book 1) set everything up for the rest of the series. Let’s not forget that the entire premise of these books is based on a VIDEO GAME! As soon as Jennet starts playing on the prototype version of the new Full-D system and clicks on the new game called Feyland, little did she realize that her life would never be the same again. Because the Fey world is dying they need mortals to replenish it & themselves, so the Fey have created a way to access the mortal realm via a very realistic sim style video game.Read more ›
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