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Saturday, November 13, 2010

Shadowspell by Jenna Black (3 reviews)

Hope,    15
Jenna Black 
Shadowspell 
Griffin    2011

          In this sequel to Glimmerglass, sixteen-year old Dana Hathaway is learning how to live in Avalon. Avalon is the only place on earth where Fae and mortals can live side-by-side. Dana is a Faeriewalker, a half-human/half Fae capable of taking magic into the mortal world or technology into the Fae world. The two Queens of Faerie  are terrified of her ability to bring in guns -the only thing that could kill them- in Faerie and want Dana dead. Between normal teen troubles and magical hitmen trying to kill her, Dana's life couldn't get more complicated. That is, until a nightmarish immortal named the Erlking kidnaps someone very close to her; Dana is pitted against the most terrifying situation she has ever faced. If only the Erlking wasn't so handsome...    I personally enjoyed this novel more then the first one, and am looking forward to the next installment. This is definitely a readable novel for a modern-day fantasy fan.  

Rating: 4 Better than most
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Student at DYC

Author: Jenna Black

Title: Shadowspell

Publication date: 2011

My review:
It's after Dana Hathaway gets saved by the guy who used her "so she says" and now their just "friends". Well, with all the defense lessons and Dana is now locked in the sewers in the mountains of Avalon, this sequal includes when someone does the most stupidest thing and Dana must come to the rescue and must pay the price to The Erlking. Will Dana save Ethan and give up what she holds most dear to her, or will she lose what she loves with Ethan with her and lose him forever?

Would you nominate this book for an award? yes

How much do you read? I read all the time

Quality: 5Q Hard to imagine a better book
Popularity: 4P Broad general teen appeal

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