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- Book 2 of 3 in Feyland Trilogy (3 Book Series)
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I loved the first book, and as much as I was looking forward to this one, I was a little concerned that I'd be let down. (It happens a lot with second books. I didn't need to worry. The Bright Court reminded me how much I loved The Dark Realm.
There's no need to say how happy I was to see Tam again. He's one of the best book characters I've ever read.
If there's anything that could have made this book even better, it would have been just a little bit more happening within the Feyland game. I love that place!
Anyone and everyone who enjoys fantasy, gaming, a great story, amazing characters, incredible writing, worlds that are so alive they don't stay within the pages---I could go on and on---MUST read this. If you haven't started this series yet, do not wait another second. You won't regret it!
Now comes the horribly hard, frustrating job of waiting for the next book.
Picking up where the first novel leaves off, Jennet and Tam continue to fight against the realm of fae threatening to take over the human world through the intense and exciting game universe of Feyland, an immersive gaming experience currently in beta, and about to be released officially, at Jennet's dad's company. Good friend Marny is back as well, though mysteriously, and uncharacteristically, under the questionable charms of new kid Royal, the son of the game company's president and another rich kid, like Jennet. When Jennet and Tam discover Royal has been gaming in Feyland as well, they realize he is playing a role in helping the fae achieve their goals.
What unfolds is a race against the clock to try to stop Feyland the game from being released, coupled with desperate attempts to break Royal's spell over Marny and other students at their school. Tam's precarious living conditions continue to swarm with tension, but he is there for Jennet every step of the way, a true hero. The story is richly detailed, richly imagined, fully realized, and just plain fun to read. Now I can't wait for the third book in the series to know how it will all play out! Five stars, well deserved.
Well that's what happened when Roy Lassiter comes to join Tam and Jennet at their high school. And according to Jennet's father, who is in charge of Feyland's production, Roy has been playing the game for months and nothing has happened...or so he says...
Jennet and Tam soon realize something is up.
Why is Roy attracting all these women with his fake charm? And did one of the girls come back looking a little drained?
Well, Tam and Jennet work together to find out, along the way finding themselves again in the magical, yet unpredictable world of Feyland, and along the way possibly changing their relationship status. ;)
I really enjoyed this one! When I read The Dark Realm last year, it genuinely surprised me! I had been a bit worried when it came to reading a book set most of the time in a video game. I kept asking myself, Is this going to be like Spy Kids? or Oh no this is going to be like reading a book based on a video game! I don't want to read Halo!
However, after reading the both books I have never felt more wrong! This series is so much fun to be inside of. As I read Tam and Jennet's adventures in Feyland I feel like I am right there beside them witnessing everything first hand with them.
It's an action packed series that you don't want to miss! And of course, with a side of romance... :), something that, in my opinion, every book needs! :)
Now that I'm retired I can read as much as I want and I've been trying to vary my content since there are so many (Millions) free books for the iPad Kindle App. A week or so ago, I stumbled into the Fairy section and downloaded several single books and this Trilogy! After reading the Reviews in Amazon, I decided to make the Feyland Trilogy my first in that genre.
Wow! What a wonderful surprise! It is truly rare that I will zoom, non-stop, through an entire Trilogy but this story grabbed me and just wouldn't let go! I tore through all 3 volumes in just 2 days and I'm really wishing there were more! Her characters are REAL, their interactions are consistent, the Feyland content is totally believable, the plot twists and turns just won't let you find a place to put your bookmark so you can get some sleep and continue tomorrow!
There are only a few authors that I've ever given 5 stars to, but this author deserves every one of them! Very often (since I was taught that if you can't say something nice, then don't say anything at all) I won't give any review for a book. But I can't wait to finish this review and start another Anthea Sharp novel! I hope I've said enough to convince you to try the Feyland Trilogy by Anthea Sharp..
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The first book in the trilogy is called Dark Realm and this is Bright Court. The Bright Court is “as different as day is from night” but still magical
We are roaming in the... Read more
So awesome! Can't wait to read what happens in twilight kingdom!Published 5 months ago by Amanda Ryder
Awesome story. Nothing like it at least not that I have read. Great story great imagination. I want to play too!!!!Published 5 months ago by Fantasy Reader 4Life
I enjoyed this YA series, it was imaginative and endearing. Anthea Sharp did a god job of mixing futuristic technology with old school faerie tale lore.Published 6 months ago by Hannah
wow the battle of the dark court has just ended and Tam is still just recovering when a new student with a strange appeal draws Tam and Jen back into Feyland game to find... Read morePublished 7 months ago by tammydonnelly
Anthea does a great job pulling you into this series. My only complaint is that I devoured this book entirely too quickly.Published 7 months ago by DD
I've just finished reading through the second book of the series and I am happy to say that I've really enjoyed it! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Vlad
Again this book kept me going waiting for the ending of the book to find out what was going to happen.Published 10 months ago by Dianna Small
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