Faerie Lord (The Faerie Wars Chronicles Series #4)

Faerie Lord (The Faerie Wars Chronicles Series #4)

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by Herbie Brennan, James Daniel Wilson
     
 

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It has been two years since Henry left the Faerie Realm and he has still not adjusted to life back in the Analogue World. But when Henry finds a middle aged Pyrgus in Mr. Fogarty's backyard, he is compelled to return to the world he left so suddenly. A mysterious plague is spreading throughout the Realm causing faeries to age rapidly. No one knows what is causing

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It has been two years since Henry left the Faerie Realm and he has still not adjusted to life back in the Analogue World. But when Henry finds a middle aged Pyrgus in Mr. Fogarty's backyard, he is compelled to return to the world he left so suddenly. A mysterious plague is spreading throughout the Realm causing faeries to age rapidly. No one knows what is causing it or how to cure it. Pyrgus has a plan that Henry must be a part of but can't include his sister, the Faerie Queen, no matter how much she persists. However, almost immiediately upon Henry's return, an unlikely person transports him away from the Realm and he is forced to fend for himself in a hostile land.
Elsewhere, Lord Hairstreak, Brimstone and Chalkhill are putting their own plan into motion that may be the undoing of the entire Realm without their even realizing it. The final installment of the Faerie Wars Chronicles is riveting presents and exciting and riveting conclusion to the adventures of Henry Atherton and the Faerie Realm.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781436154239
Publisher:
Recorded Books, LLC
Publication date:
01/01/2008
Series:
Faerie Wars Chronicles Series, #4
Age Range:
12 - 17 Years

Meet the Author

HERBIE BRENNAN is the author of many books for adults and children, including the New York Times bestselling Faerie Wars, the first book in the Faerie Wars Chronicles, which was followed by The Purple Emperor, Ruler of the Realm, and now Faerie Lord. He and his wife live in Ireland.

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Faerie Lord (The Faerie Wars Chronicles Series #4) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 38 reviews.
TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
Henry Atherton has been desperately trying to forget about his friends in the Faerie Realm for the last two years, which is a bit hard considering his responsibility of looking after Mr. Fogarty's abandoned house and temperamental cat. It is while tending Hodge that Pyrgus and Nymph make a sudden reappearance.

Only...Pyrgus has aged considerably due to a mysterious disease running rampant throughout Faerie that is causing them to grow old at an alarming rate.

With very little persuasion, Henry plunges back into Faerie to aid the realm in the search for a cure. But soon he finds himself far, far away from The Purple Palace and in a desolate land with only an intelligent and primitive blue-skinned boy for company. Now it's a race against time to find a miracle that will save all of Faerie...

Old enemies, new friends, and an age-old battle are all mixed in with lovable and familiar characters to make up a thrilling conclusion to the riveting story that began in FAERIE WARS. As Brennan's characters have grown and matured, so has his writing. Unfortunately, some characters aren't as present in Faerie Lord as they were in previous books, but the story line has more than enough drama, suspense, and mystery to make up for it.

Though readers will be sad that Henry, Pyrgus, and Blue's adventures have come to an end, the ending is one that is more than satisfying.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love the characters more and more with every book in the series.  Plots are filled with twists and turns, making this book and all the books in the series page turners.  Love Brennan's humor - fun and unexpected!  One of my all time favorite series!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought this was a great, no, outstanding book and was happy at the ending. I wish herbie brennan would write somemore about the characters afterwards too though. I now have a void because i've read the books and want to know more.
Guest More than 1 year ago
it was amazing but not my favorite in the series. i felt that as the last book, it shouldn't have ended so suddenly. it was still great but im sad one of my favorite characters had to die. anyone who loved the beginning will also love the ending.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The only thing I have to say about this book is that it was amazing. Just as good as the others in the series! I have absolutely nothing negative to say.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guys, there is another book after this one. Same series, but different characters. It is pretty good. Oh, and I loved this book. Coolest series ever!
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