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Fairy Lies by E. D. Baker
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With less time being spent in the human world, this book worked a bit better for me than its predecessor did. On the whole it was a fun book that my kids and I enjoyed reading together. ( )
  TnTexas | Mar 31, 2013 |
Being whisked off to the land of fairies might seem like a dream to come true, but Tamisin is about to find out how dangerous that dream can be. Tamisin, a half-human, half-fairy, is kidnapped to the land of the fey. Her boyfriend Jak (half-goblin) goes on the dangerous mission to rescue her. Tamisin's biggest concern isn't returning to the human world, but surviving a group of fairies who are plotting to her kill her. E.D. Baker is the author of The Frog Princess. ( )
  westfargolibrary | Aug 24, 2012 |
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Half-fairy Tamisin and her boyfriend, Jak, have been arguing over whether she should return to the land of the fey when Oberon, king of the fairies, kidnaps her and Jak must return to that place of fairies, goblins, and sphinxes to rescue her.

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