An A to Z of Creepy Hollow Fae

An A to Z of Creepy Hollow Fae Before Violet met Nate the human boy who followed her into the fae realm and turned her life upside down she was the perfect guardian trainee She followed all the rules and did her best to protect h

  • Title: An A to Z of Creepy Hollow Fae
  • Author: RachelMorgan
  • ISBN: 9780992186319
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Before Violet met Nate, the human boy who followed her into the fae realm and turned her life upside down, she was the perfect guardian trainee She followed all the rules and did her best to protect her human assignments Goblins, ogres, trolls Vi learned how to handle them all In An A to Z of Creepy Hollow Fae, catch a glimpse of some of Vi s past assignments, and experBefore Violet met Nate, the human boy who followed her into the fae realm and turned her life upside down, she was the perfect guardian trainee She followed all the rules and did her best to protect her human assignments Goblins, ogres, trolls Vi learned how to handle them all In An A to Z of Creepy Hollow Fae, catch a glimpse of some of Vi s past assignments, and experience the life of a faerie training to be a guardian.

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    1. Short and fun!The first book of May-woohoo!This is some kind of prequel to The Faerie Guardian,it's basically a collection of Vi's previous assignments arranged in alphabetical form.The stories are really short but also really fun.We get to meet more of Vi's ''classmates'' and there's Ryn*wink*Favourite quotes:“Here's what I think,” says Jasmine between chattering teeth. “If these humans are stupid enough to go hiking in this—” she gestures to the thick mist swirling around us ''-then [...]

    2. 3.5 StarsAlthough this A-Z is merely a companion volume to The Faerie Guardian, it is, dare I say it, the better book. Morgan's humour, unencumbered by story progression and, more importantly, teenage lovefests, shines through in these shorts. I love the words "flimsickle" and "ispee" and felt so sorry for the urisk who I think deserves a story all of his own.

    3. Little short stories based before the first book in the Creepy Hollow world. Gives an in site into the classes and types of Fae the guardian's deal with and also how they do too

    4. Not really sure if I should write anything down for this book. It was short and sweet, and only 42% of the actual ebook (the rest was the first 5 chapters of the first book). It was basically made up of 2-3 page journal entries for each monster (in alphabetical order) that Violet and/or her team went after. Never gets into exactly how they stop them, most of the time it describes what happened right up to when they go after the monster. Fairly decent, but would not recommend getting/reading this [...]

    5. This book can be considered a supplement or teaser for Rachel Morgan's full novel, The Faerie Guardian. It really does a fantastic job of making the reader interested in reading her full novel. The creatures are fascinating and the few that are mentioned as part of the novel help add to the excitement.The part that I was happily surprised about is that the characters are so vivid and clear. Even though these are excerpts of maybe a page or two, the characters are well-defined. You get a solid id [...]

    6. A short book that if you refuse to count the free excerpt makes for a fast read. The book, itself, is basically just a collection of stories using one fae species per alphabet letter along with the training year the creature was met and the training group used. The majority of stories were Interesting and easily held the attention. Sadly there were too many that ended with no real conclusion but just a cliff hangar. Will try to get and read the first book.

    7. I can't say much about this book. It's short and fun to read after you've read Violets story. It doesn't add much to the story, but it's fun to read something about the characters in the series when they did group assignments in their early years of training. Definitely worth reading if you've finished the first three books in the Creepy Hollow series.

    8. I loved that Morgan took the A-Z blog challenge and used it to give cute glimpses into the world of Creepy Hollow's creatures. It was exciting to see parts of the books referenced here and there. I wish more authors did cute add-on's like this to flush the worlds out a bit more. Very creative and fun!

    9. I have not read the series so this book does not make a lot of sense to me. I will try the series though because this book did let me know that the series will me about the fae and I have read other books about the Fae so maybe the series will be better. I have not read this author before so I will give her a try. I don't think this book was a fair try.

    10. This is such a great short book to read after The Faerie War. After the collection of shorts, i read the first five chapters of the first book and it gave me such nostalgic feeling of just looking back and seeing how everything has changed. Great!

    11. I actually finished this in one sitting and it has taken me this long to update my progress. I love everything about the Creepy Hollow series and this just added a little more insight to Vi. Great quick read!

    12. As far as novellas go, this one was awesome! I loved seeing a story attached to each creature of the alphabet. Very short stories but it had all the cool details that I loved about the books. I loved it!

    13. A fun look into Violets assignments. This piece is in no way meant to stand alone, nor is it a complete story. It's a collection of snapshots. I recommend reading it, after you've read all the others.

    14. 2015 Popsugar Challenge: A book of shory storiesToo short to give it 4 stars (sorry). Anyway great "hook" to get into the seriesgotta start book #1 now to learn more about Violet & her fellow fea guardians!

    15. Interesting little stories about some of the assignments Violet has been own. It was free when I downloaded it and since I am currently reading The Faerie Guardian (Creepy Hollow #1) by Rachel Morgan I decided to give it a go. By the way I am really liking The Faerie Guardian.

    16. Should be read first maybeThis was an interesting collection of assignments from the trainee guardian perspective. Cool glimpses into the world of faerie, not too involved but enough to draw you in

    17. Fae FolkCute blogs but at end are a few chapters from book one. Good if you have not already read. I enjoyed the fantasy.

    18. This look into the prior assignments that Violet has done brings in a better understanding of her and how she works. It shows how she deals with things and what has brought her to where she is now.

    19. Loved the details of each assignment and Rachel's way of describing things is just AWESOME . I really love it

    20. CuteA cute little addition to the Creepy Hollow Fae series. Has a page or two short story and 26 different fae that may be encountered in do a terrible books.

    21. It was ok. I was looking for a little bit more of a short story than a collection of one page teasers.Limited language.

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