Publish date: March 1st 2012
Publisher: Orchard Books
Pages no: 356
Edition language: English
Series: Swift (#1)
A wonderful plot that lies at the heart of the book, so that story pulls you along more than the characters. Everything is beautifully described and vivid. The characters are charming and full of enough whimsy to be mysterious as well as magical. I especially loved Ivy, who though very bra...
With Swift, fourth book of the Fairie Rebels (or the first one in the Swift series), we get a new heroine, and another dangerous quest. But one thing doesn't change: PEOPLE, THIS IS HOW YA BOOKS SHOULD BE WRITTEN!! A strong plot, cleverly built, and strong enough to keep going through of whole boo...
Can R.J. Anderson write a bad book? It seems not.Swift was as charming as the Faery Rebels books, and I am so glad, because it's such a wonderful world, I would hate to have to leave it. There were some very interesting issues in this book, about the role of women in society and the relationships be...
I loved it, but no 5 star because it was so open-ended. And so very delighted to know that their story will be continuing in Nomad!So, it would appear that Peri and Paul's story, as well as that of the Empress's reign, has ended. And while I would still like to see a cameo of them (still want to kno...
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