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Narine of Noe (Faerie Tales from the White…

Narine of Noe (Faerie Tales from the White Forest) (Volume 4)

by Danika Dinsmore

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Narine of Noe (Faerie Tales from the White Forest #4) by Danika Dinsmore is a children's fantasy book that is hard to describe. It has so much in it and it is all wonderful. It has so many creatures, adventures, mysterious forces, evil, and a girl that has to grow up before her time. Although there is so many new creatures, the author blends them together to make it work and introduces them in a way that makes sense. There is not creatures there Just To Be There, or show that the author has an imagination, as in some stories. The creatures here have a purpose or symbol in the end. Great read. Characters are well developed and plot is well done. Received this book for a honest review. Nice fantasy fairy tale. I didn't know it was book 4 in a series because it reads as a stand alone. ( )
  MontzaleeW | Jun 26, 2016 |
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Narine of Noe should have had her whole life to train to take her father's place as High Sage. But when a mysterious force falls from the skies, sending the world into elemental chaos, the fate of every living being lands on her shoulders . . . even that of the Eternal Dragon. Without the Dragon to maintain the Balance of All Things, an elaborate plan to save Faweh must be hatched, and Narine is forced to take charge in a world gone mad. Before the White Forest was born, before the Great World Cry, the story that started it all ...

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