Four stars and a Recommended Read - "Even though the focus is on Morgan and Kyri, there are a lot of other characters, both human and fairy that bring a lot to the story... I would highly recommend this to anyone who wants to read a light epic fantasy with a good romance baked into it." - The To Be Read Pile
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant, absolutely Brilliant, April 9, 2013
Having just finished reading 'Song of the Fairy Queen', I have to admit that it was one of the best books that I have read in a while. The story line was gripping to say the least. The writing style was what I would consider very very good, quite obviously a writer with a vivid imagination and brilliant delivery of her unique writing style, culminating in a book that had that 'special oomph' which placed it with those captivating books that are so hard to put down...Truly a Gem of a book. E.K.
Eylene (Co.Donegal, Ireland)
From the Inside Flap
Below on the stair came the sound of battle, the clang and clamor of steel on steel, the grunt and groan of men in combat as Morgan's men held the door. They hammered the invaders back and back, slammed the door shut and barred it quickly. It wouldn't hold long. They burst out into darkness as the wind whipped at their hair, their clothes, as it battered at them. Far beneath them in the courtyard below, the castle Guard fought a hopeless battle. Steel rang on steel, metal crashed on wood... Light flashed luridly, greenish and unnatural... Magic... Men died in the roar of those flames... Shouts, screams and desperate cries filled the air clearly even so high above. Oryan looked up to the dark night sky. To find it filled with gossamer wings...