Friday, March 1, 2013

Paranormal Reading Challenge: Faeries

My first literary adventure into the world of the Fae came complements of Holly Black's Iron Fae series. I read this one back in junior high and absolutely fell in love with the world of the Fae! I love the idea of Fae not being able to tell a lie, but still being super tricky! Plus, the idea of knowing their full name giving you power of them. Awesome!

This month I plan to finally read Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr. I bought the entire series, but haven't had a chance to read it yet, so I'm pretty excited.

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6 comments:

  1. Ooh what's this Holly Black series? GASP!! How have I never heard of this? I read the first Wicked Lovely and really enjoyed it but the sequel was very different and disappointing, lots of people enjoyed it though so maybe I just wasn't in the mood at the time. Curious to see what you'll think, Megan!

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  2. If I remember correctly Holly Blaks Fae series was my first Fae series as well. Or else it was Wings by Aprilynne Pike.

    I plan on reading Faery Tales and Nightmares by Melissa Marr this month. (Mosty because I read all my fae books already lol

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  3. Of all the fae-themed books I've read, my favorite would have to be the Iron Fey series of Julie Kagawa. Her fairies can't tell a lie either and they definitely don't like giving their whole names too. Seriously, you should read those books after you go through the Wicked Lovely series. :)

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  4. Please ignore this entry 'Sadaf's Review Rapture by Phillip W. Simpson'. It was an accident. :/

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  5. I'm sorry i forgot to add in the link that the darkest edge of dawn (entry41) was fae

    So far the boo, i've read this month were quite dark. i will see if i manage to read a lighter one

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