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The Flute Keeper's Training (The Flute Keeper Saga Book 3) by [Setzer, Ashley]
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  • File Size: 844 KB
  • Print Length: 362 pages
  • Publication Date: May 25, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0086DO428
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The whole first half was rather frustrating; but the last half holds redemption. The book starts with Emma being attacked while on a carriage trip. She wakes in her room with everyone around her acting like nothing happened. Then she is approached by those crack-pot Fae Council to get admitted to Priestesshood. (I don't understand why they are so transparently nasty, because she is half Human? Like they have met another?! Ugh!) Then Hue comes into port with ships full of mysterious cargo and a startling new appearance. A rivalry springs up between her and her friend (the Princess) over him; Emma must work out of her stupor to find out what's going on behind the scenes.

I liked the second half and I was glad that so many of the innocuous strings from the prior books were used and followed up here. Book 4 is highly anticipated. I'd like to know more about the longevity of the Fae. Do they live a long as in most stories or is it more like a Humans?
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It's been 1 week since I finished reading The Flute Keeper's Training and I can't get it out of my head! I want more! This series is so amazing! I cannot wait until the 4th book comes out! I will definitely download it immediately! These books would make a fantastic new movie series! The next phenom for teens and young (and old) adults... first Harry Potter, then Twilight, then The Hunger Games... now make way for The Flute Keeper!
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This story was very good, it kept me interested to know what was going to happen to our heroines and their cohorts. I hadn't read the previous book. The author does a great job of letting you know what happened before without diving into super detail of what you don't need.
It has enough twists to keep you wondering what's going to happen. I didn't expect a few of them.
All in all it was a good book to read but I don't know if I'm going to read the next book. It still got annoying at times because the heroines are so whiny, wish-washy and weak at times. I understand, it's the character and plot development but when both of them are annoying, it's hard to get through.
I'm willing to read the next book to see how they grow. I've grown attached to them to the point that they're like kids you want to nuture into strong adults and great legends like the book is building them up to be but I'm not sure if I want to dedicate the time.
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I am in love with this book! I don't want to post any spoilers, so all I will say is that Setzer has done it again! I couldn't stop reading! Each book I read quickly becomes my favorite of the series. Now begins the countdown to book #4!
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