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Night of the Fae (Ana Martin Series Book 1) by [Jenkins, Lyneal]
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"Written with an energy and imagination that can leave you breathless, the Ana Martin series is a work of supreme fantasy and vision.
 
Boasting a likable, strongly realized heroine and a world that is at once fantastic and thrilling yet wholly believable, the Ana Martin series is one of those rare reading experiences that just draws you in and won't let you go until the final page is turned." - Bestselling Author, Shane Dunphy.  

Review Rating: 4 Stars
"I have read my share of Fae books before and I have to say that Lyneal Jenkins has created a whole different take on the world of the Fae. This book is full of different twists and turns and a great deal of angst to keep a reader interested. The characters are deep and have many layers so that you feel them coming off the page; they could be real. The flow of this book is good and makes for an easy read. I would recommend this book because it is a solid, entertaining story." - 
Readers' Favorite, Kathryn Bennett.

Review Rating: 5 stars! 
Reviewed By Melinda Hills for Readers' Favorite

Well-paced and engaging, Night of the Fae by Lyneal Jenkins is the perfect supernatural/fantasy read. Ana, Gabriel and the other characters are carefully developed and realistic in spite of the supernatural nature of some of them. Following their love, hate and trials keeps the pages turning. It is quite easy to get caught up in the swirling emotions that allow you to feel what Ana is feeling. It is certainly well worth the time and is sure to please.


Review Rating: 5 stars!
Reviewed By Lit Amri for Readers' Favorite


I enjoyed the fast paced read. For the first volume of the series Lyneal Jenkins has done a remarkable job of piecing together a romantic fantasy adventure. The elements are there: the passion, the revelation, the twists and turns carefully positioned for the reader to easily grasp. Overall, this is a great read.


"Night of the Fae is a supernatural thriller with enough romance and intrigue thrown in to keep any reader turning pages at a fast clip. The narrative is tightly woven and compelling, moving at a fast pace while still allowing the reader to experience a true depth of characterization as they develop a full appreciation of the events as they take place.

The characters here are fully realized, vivid and alive, and often do surprising things that are very human, which can be rare. 

Ana has depth and reality to her and we can already start to see how she might change and grow." - Writer's Digest

About the Author

Lyneal Jenkins was born in Shrewsbury, England in 1980. In 1996 she left home to become a Medic in the British Army.

After three years she resigned the forces to start a family and begin her work with learning disabilities, which is when she was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder.

After a failed marriage, she moved to Spain for eighteen months with her children, taking time to reflect on where she wanted her life to go.

Since returning to the UK, she began her studies towards becoming a Psychologist.

In February 2011 she sat down at the laptop with one sentence and a basic concept in mind, with no idea that she was embarking on the biggest project of her life.

Night of the Fae quickly became a novel and it wasn't long before detailed notes for the remaining Ana Martin books were drafted up.

To date, Lyneal is currently living with her partner in North Yorkshire along with their seven children. Each day is a balance between normal life and writing. She couldn't be happier. She is looking forward to writing many more books in the fantasy/scifi genre as this is where her passion lies.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1272 KB
  • Print Length: 370 pages
  • Publisher: Jenton Publishing; 3 edition (November 10, 2012)
  • Publication Date: November 10, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00A5S66N2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,772 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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This has to be one of the weirdest but, oddly, most satisfying stories I have read in an awful long time. At once ridiculously funny, scary and intensely interesting, it's unlike anything I have ever read. The characters really came to life for me and, while it's a bit of a used cliché, really jumped off the page.

If you're looking for action Night of the Fae has it in spades as well as a good bit of mystery, thrills and a very well fleshed out heroine. It's got quite an edge to it as well and did an excellent job keeping me hooked from the start.

This is definitely a genre breaker to be sure. Equal parts mystery, suspense and even a bit of romance thrown in for good measure, Night of the Fae will satisfy many different types of readers and. I'm going to be reading it again soon and I have already recommended it to several of my friends. Great stuff!

If you're looking for a thoroughly entertaining summer read this is the book you need. I can't wait for the next chapter in the series!
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I usually don't buy books in series because I hate the fact it comes to a dramatic part and then ends without conclusions. Unfortunately, this one does exactly that when the unskilled, weak human is rescued and falls in love with the super being.(Gabriel) then has a dramatic confrontation with evil and then you're left hanging until the next book.
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My Review: A book that has a suspenseful element with a healthy dose of supernatural thrown in is right down my alley. In this first book in the Ana Martin series readers are given a crash course in Jenkin's rendition of all things Fae and it is quite unique. They aren't the cute little Tinkerbell-type pixies spreading joy and light. Faaaar from it! They are described as rather nasty, volatile and evil little beings who are out for revenge and blood. They provide a unique evil element with an intensely creepy factor.

With this new version of Fae the reader may need time and information to fully understand Jenkin's different view of the supernatural. Unfortunately I didn't find that a clear enough explanation was given so that I could grasp the idea of Fae and Siis. There were also fairly large gaps in the telling of the story in the first half of the book which gave the book a muddled feel. This unfortunately left me floundering to get a foot hold in the story.

Jenkins introduces some fairly unique characters to her readers. I loved Adam, Maria, Eris and yes, even Suraya (who brought some oomph to the story). Unfortunately Ana isn't a strong main character. For a twenty-six year old, her reactions and decisions felt very juvenile. She's the kind of girl in a horror movie would walk right into the creepy house even after someone was just murdered on that very spot. Putting herself in dangerous situations - ie. following a homeless man she barely knows into an abandoned building - didn't endear her to me.

I'm assuming that Ana was written as a weak, naive character because this is the beginning of a new series so the author is starting Ana off as a weaker character who will come into her own as the series progresses.
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This starts with what I thought was going to be an exciting page turner until the end of the first chapter when it turned into a “teen romance” type of story. At this point I almost gave up and left it for a few days. I returned and waded through this part and the story picked up. It was full of very descriptive passages of both the characters and the locations. Surprisingly one the main character in the story Ana was the one I had the most trouble visualising.

There were odd lines like “………..but tonight my dying friend was the priority” I never found out who the dying friend was. Likewise near the end of the book there seems to be content missing between the end of chapter 26 and 27. Both of these may be because I have a review copy however I can only review what I have.

The actual story involves humans, Fae, Siis and the odd witch. I particularly liked Maria the witch and Adam one of the Siis. The Fae are ever present as malevolent beings and well described but I would have liked to have been given a better look at their beginnings. Although this is the first in the series which really starts with Ana coming into the scene most of the rest of the characters have been going for 1000s of years so fitting it into the present often left me wanting to know more about the past of these characters. Reference is made to a war going on but I am not sure at this stage if it is between the Fae and the Sii or if others are involved.

This is a story that captured my imagination after a fast beginning and then slowing down as it is a series it leaves much untold for future instalments.
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Did not like this book. The main characters were weak at best. The heroine was consistently beaten to near death on so many occasions it was hard to get through. The hero (loosely termed here) turns on the heroine like a rabid dog in the end, (after professing such great love for her) leaving the ending unresolved as an opportunity to go into the next book. Adam in his own way seemed to care more for Ana after all, than Gabriel. At least he did not leave her so abruptly. So, this was, in other words, over 300 pages leading to nothing but a cliffhanger. Not interested enough in this series to move forward. This is a delete.
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