Fade

Fade Cara Kelly should have left the faery realm now that it has a king to rule all but nothing is that simple The real king is trapped in the Fade and Cara s journey is just beginning Guilt ridden by th

  • Title: Fade
  • Author: Claire Farrell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 277
  • Format: ebook
  • Cara Kelly should have left the faery realm now that it has a king to rule all, but nothing is that simple The real king is trapped in the Fade, and Cara s journey is just beginning Guilt ridden by the fact Brendan s soul was sacrificed for hers, she s determined not to desert him after his one pure act of goodness Time is running out even if she makes it past all of tCara Kelly should have left the faery realm now that it has a king to rule all, but nothing is that simple The real king is trapped in the Fade, and Cara s journey is just beginning Guilt ridden by the fact Brendan s soul was sacrificed for hers, she s determined not to desert him after his one pure act of goodness Time is running out even if she makes it past all of the dangers of the Darkside, a shade might await her in the Fade Running from enemy and friends alike, she sets out on a path that will lead headfirst into danger Even if Cara makes it to the Fade, even if a goddess watches over her, she doesn t trust all of her companions, she still has to find a way home, and freeing Brendan could cause a war between the faeries she cares about And all the while, Chaos grows unchecked.

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    1. These books are like the fae magic described in the book to compell a person and drive them mad when not near I haven't been able to stop reading Great adventure!

    2. She's pregnant. She's totally pregnant. Also, I hate Drake. I stopped shipping him with her in book 1, and then he goes and does the whole no-more-seeing-faeries thing. Like, URGH! Well, onto the next one I guess. :)

    3. Wow oh Wow!!!' It started a little slow for me but what an explosion at the end. I have this love hate relationship going with both kings. But after this book I'm leaning towards team Brendan.

    4. Great seriesThis book set up a wonderful series! Recommended read if you enjoy spin offs on Irish folklore and lingering romances

    5. Damn this was a long ass journey! So many obstacles I thought Cara and her band of misfits would never get to Brendan. Cara was super frustrsting in this book, her feelings were all over the place. One minute she's laughing, joking and happye next she's angry and jumping down someone's throat. It was hard to keep up with her and I did start to resent her shitty behavior and attitude. Though I understood why she felt so conflicted, her behavior was still annoying as hell. I swear if I didn't know [...]

    6. Imagine risking your soul to save another and not knowing whether either are even redeemable. Add in an immortal sneeky cat shifter, two striking fae kings, a bitchy banshee, numerous other fae that have or have not tried to murder her in the past and call it a grand old time. A birthright, a life debt, and a tangle of raw emotion packed into a whirlwind of adventure. Worth every penny in my opinion. Leaves you waiting for the next book to download.

    7. I love this series so far, love Cara, Drake, Brendan the list goes on. I hope it continues at this rate. Very enjoyable.

    8. I love this series. I have been holding out on re-reading them until the series was finished as the first time I finished this book it just devastated me and I couldn't deal with my knowing what came next! Now I'm free to finish the lot. Phew.

    9. All I can say is, I hate and despise journey/quest novels. Why do fantasy novels always have to do this? It started with Mervyn Peake and Tolkien, and it still goes on. It's all so old. Spare me, please, I beg you.

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