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The Faerie Ring -
The Faerie Ring
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Kiki Hamilton,Hardcover - First Edition, Edition: 1, English-language edition,Pub by Doherty, Tom Associates, LLC on 09-27-2011
Kiki Hamilton,Hardcover - First Edition, Edition: 1, English-language edition,Pub by Doherty, Tom Associates, LLC on 09-27-2011
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Format: Textbook
ASIN: 9780765327222
Publisher: Doherty, Tom Associates, LLC
Edition language: English
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Stuti's blog for depleting ships
Stuti's blog for depleting ships rated it
1.0 The Faerie Ring
Thieves, Victorian era and Faeries- who doesn't love that? Me, anymore, that is.This book ruined it all for. There was nothing in this novel for me to love, or even like. Absolutely nothing. The main character is pathetic and cliched who does nothing throughout the whole book.In the name of plotting...
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Chapter by Chapter rated it
3.0 The Faerie Ring
If there is one genre that I can only get into if written properly it is the fairy genre. Hopefully my fellow readers understand what I mean when I say that since I find that there are only certain authors who can write about fairies in general and not make it sound clich├ęd, over-used and downright ...
Sarah (Escaping Through Books)
Sarah (Escaping Through Books) rated it
4.0 The Faerie Ring
I admit that faeries are probably my least favorite paranormal creatures to read about, so I was hesitant about this book. The only faerie books I have really, really enjoyed would be Julie Kagawa's Iron Fey series. I was surprised by how much I loved THE FAERIE RING and am now tempted to reread it ...
The Reading Shelf
The Reading Shelf rated it
4.0 The Faerie Ring
3.5 stars
melissawritergrrlreads
melissawritergrrlreads rated it
5.0 The Faerie Ring
After the disappointment of Anna Dressed in Blood, I was ready for a book to blow me away. I wasn't disappointed in this one.I first read a review of this book at The Book Faery, where she gave it her highest honour: a One Sit Read (OSR). I immediately made note of her two recommendations and put ...
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