Review: A Faeries Revenge by Rachel Morgan

Almost instantly A Faeries Revenge found its way onto my favourites-shelf through its mind blowing, action packed, romantic and irresistibly addictive plot line.

Since reading the first of Morgans Creepy Hollow novels I’ve found myself time and time again thrown into a magical world of Faeries, despicable evil, alluring romance and world-altering-life-influencing-heart-wrenching moments. A Faerie’s Revenge, the fifth novel in this incredible series, kept me on the edge of my seat, begging for more and wishing I were as sassy and determined as Morgans mind blowing characters.

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Title: A Faerie’s Revenge

Genre: Young Adult Fantasy

Available Format: EBook, physical Book

Blurb:

Still reeling from a shocking revelation, Calla Larkenwood finds the threads of her world unraveling further when she’s accused of a horrifying crime she didn’t commit. In a world where everyone keeps secrets and someone is intent on framing her, how will she figure out who to trust?

In the previous novel, A Faerie’s Secret, readers are left with Calla Larkenwood discovering a major truth behind the one person she has grown to trust. The truth left readers demanding more from Calla and her gripping story as well as shutting the book with a ‘did that seriously just happen’ feeling that caused major heartbreak, a deep sense of ‘can these books get any better’ (the answer is yes, they can get better – because it did! With the fifth novel) as well as bitter sweet anger for certain characters…

Morgan has a unique capability of sending her readers diving into the ever enchanting, action packed, gripping and magical world that is Creepy Hollow and A Faerie’s Revenge is no different.

Calla’s world is falling apart.

Her tutor is as harsh as ever, she’s fighting the emotions every teenage girl feels, still struggling to fit in with her friends while trying to prove herself in her fifth year at the Creepy Hollow Guild and before she’s able to pick up any of the pieces, gather her thoughts and set up a game plan a spanner is thrown into the works and she is accused of a terrible crime she didn’t commit.

Readers are kept on the edge of their seats as Calla struggles to learn more about who framed her and why, due to the seemingly infinite secrets kept in this magical world.

Once again, Calla struggles to figure out who she can trust as countless secrets, the Griffin List and accusations weigh her down.

With new, enticing characters introduced and original ones constantly developing, readers will easily find one – or several – to relate to and fall head over heels, madly in love with.

Intricate plots, admirable world building and strong characters are moulded together to form the exquisite stories readers know and love from Creepy Hollow.

From reading the previous novels in the Creepy Hollow series readers may have learnt that Morgan always keeps us on our toes. So, for all those eager to figure out what will happen next and what heart wrenching, mind boggling plot twist is up and coming note that if you think you’ll figure out what is going on in this epic world, you’re wrong.

Morgan keeps readers guessing from page one and it is one of the many qualities I adore about her books.

A must read for all Cassandra Clare lovers. A Faerie’s Revenge is an absolute masterpiece with storytelling I’d quickly compare to that of the talented Cassandra Clare.

Every time I read one of Morgans novels I am reminded why I love reading, as her novels epitomise the escapism and sense of adventure found in a great book.

There are not enough numbers in my rating system to give A Faerie’s Revenge. Read in under 8 hours I gave it a 5/5.

Get your copy now, right here!

 

Yours within the Bookworm Revolution,

Kat Silver

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