ACROSS TWO EXTRAORDINARY WORLDS, TRUTH IS THE DEADLIEST MAGIC Gifted with an uncanny intuition, Lara Jansen nonetheless thinks there is nothing particularly special about her. All that changes when a handsome but mysterious man enters her quiet Boston tailor shop and reveals himself to be a... show more
ACROSS TWO EXTRAORDINARY WORLDS, TRUTH IS THE DEADLIEST MAGIC Gifted with an uncanny intuition, Lara Jansen nonetheless thinks there is nothing particularly special about her. All that changes when a handsome but mysterious man enters her quiet Boston tailor shop and reveals himself to be a prince of Faerie. What’s more, Dafydd ap Caerwyn claims that Lara is a truthseeker, a person with the rare talent of being able to tell truth from falsehood. Dafydd begs Lara to help solve his brother’s murder, of which Dafydd himself is the only suspect.Acting against her practical nature, Lara agrees to step through a window into another world. Caught between bitterly opposed Seelie forces and Dafydd’s secrets, which are as perilous as he is irresistible, Lara finds that her abilities are increasing in unexpected and uncontrollable ways. With the fate of two worlds at stake and a malevolent entity wielding the darkest of magic, Lara and Dafydd will risk everything on a love that may be their salvation—or the most treacherous illusion of all.
Publish date: August 31st 2010
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Worldwalker Duology (#1)
This is the story of a Tailor, Lara Jansen. A woman who can tell if you lie. When Dafyd ap Caerwyn comes into her life, calling himself David Kirwen, she can tell that he lies about his name, little does she realise that this is really a little lie hiding a truth that's hard for people to accept, ...
just couldn't get interested.
A friend of mine recently compared books to sex. If you don't like whats going on stop. DO NOT SUFFER THROUGH. At the time I thought she had a bit too much to drink and I kind of just laughed her off. In hindsight I kind of understand what she meant but on a completely different note I'm more stubbo...
This series was okay...I liked it alright but I enjoy Murphy's Walker Papers more.