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Legend Of The Fae (The Dark Fae Saga, #1)

by April Holthaus

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Opinião em português em: http://pepitamagica.blogspot.pt/2015/08/livro-legend-of-fae-de-april-holthaus.ht...

There were several books from Nerdy Girl Book Reviews that I wanted to read, and in the last newsletter I saw this book and it caught my attention: faeries, magic, romance.
As you can see in the synopsis, here we have the story of Ella and Galen. Here we have parallel worlds, light and darkness, truth and lies, all mixed up, which brought an interesting combination.
With a fast pace and a captivating story, we follow Ella (a story that could have been a bit more developed) and make a temporal jump from children to young adults, knowing little about what really happened in between. We learn a bit more about it as the story develops, with comparisons that are made between the characters. Ella was taken to a world of magic and power as a child, and Galen saw her disappear, with ten other children, and ten years pass until they find each other again.
When Ella truly discovers what happened to her life (and Galen discovers who she is), finally the book gains some liveliness and the characters became more like themselves. I really liked Galen, a young man with the weight of the world on his shoulders that only wants to be happy and have his people as happy as he is. I liked Ella’s evolution although I thought the end of the book was a bit weak. The secondary characters, like Galen’s family, were very interesting and I enjoyed particularly meeting Galen’s sister, probably one of the best characters, very calm and very simple.
There aren’t, at the moment, any more books, but I know it’s going to be a series and I hope to read the next ones, because I think that, in the matter of the story, they are going to be even better than this one (and it wouldn’t hurt to develop the romance a bit more). ( )
  Joana_v_v | Feb 9, 2016 |
For star rating and full review please visit InD'tale magazine online, June 2015 issue www.indtale.com
  LiteraryChanteuse | Jan 27, 2016 |
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