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Fairyland (Songs of Magic, Book 4) [NOOK Book]

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Jason and Erin’s urgent mission takes them deep into the colorful and deadly wilds of Faerie, full of bizarre and rude creatures, and past the glittering volcanic islands of the Southward Sea.

In man-world, Mitch and Dred try to prepare for a live concert in front of millions of viewers while half their band is missing. The record company is furious with them, and so are a ...
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Fairyland (Songs of Magic, Book 4)

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Overview

Jason and Erin’s urgent mission takes them deep into the colorful and deadly wilds of Faerie, full of bizarre and rude creatures, and past the glittering volcanic islands of the Southward Sea.

In man-world, Mitch and Dred try to prepare for a live concert in front of millions of viewers while half their band is missing. The record company is furious with them, and so are a certain violet-haired fairy and her banshee wolf friend, who finally catch up with them in Los Angeles.

In Faerie, Queen Mab and the leprechaun Aonghus Mac Lobhar enter into a secret agreement over a new kind of magic that will change fairyland forever...
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014760836
  • Publisher: JLBryanbooks.com
  • Publication date: 6/7/2012
  • Series: Songs of Magic , #4
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 871,836
  • File size: 476 KB

Meet the Author

J.L. Bryan studied English literature at the University of Georgia and at Oxford, with a focus on the English Renaissance and the Romantic period. He also studied screenwriting at UCLA. He enjoys remixing elements of paranormal, supernatural, fantasy, horror and science fiction into new kinds of stories. He is the author of The Paranormals trilogy (Jenny Pox, Tommy Nightmare, and Alexander Death), the biopunk sf novel Helix, and other works. Fairy Metal Thunder, Fairy Blues, Fairystruck, and Fairyland are the first four books in his new Songs of Magic series. He lives in Atlanta with his wife Christina, one baby, two dogs, two cats, and assorted attic squirrels. His website is You can also follow him on Twitter (@jlbryanbooks) or Facebook.
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  • Posted October 27, 2014

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    Great Series that Just Keeps Getting Better

    There is a ton of stuff going on. The story starts with the Rioting Zebras going to have a fundraiser but things are starting off bad when half the band is missing. Mitch/Mick and Dred are trying to do the concert while Jason and Erin return to Chippewa Falls to try and find Jason’s missing sister Katie. They then have to travel to Fairy to find her.

    At the same time Liandan and Aiode are still navigating the human world trying to find the stolen instruments but are getting closer to finding them. They are still trying to figure out the different things they run across but they do catch up to the kids.

    This series just keeps getting better and better. I love how Jason and Erin are starting to get closer with their relationship. Mitch/Mick is driving me up the wall with his attitude. I hope to heck he gets knocked off his high horse soon. I adore Aiode and how she reacts to everything she comes across. It’s like watching a kid in a candy store. Plus there are a ton of things happening and some secrets revealed.

    I can’t wait to see what happens in Fairyvision. This is a great series that will appeal to any age.

    I received this book from the author, a long time ago, for free in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 15, 2013

    Firebird

    Ask him everything.firebird.same as firebird.thunderpaw

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 13, 2013

    Scarblade's bio

    Name: Scarblade. Gender: she cat. Pelt: red. Markings: a black facial mask and multishade rainbow of reds on tail. Eyes: molten lava. Scars: same color as eyes, too many to count. Powers: dont use for godmodding, can disappear, slow enemy down, dodge blows, wield human weapons, and shapeshift. Siggy: &star_&starf Scarblade &starf_&star

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2013

    Whisperleaf's bio

    Name:Whisperleaf. Position:Med cat. Description:turtoiseshell with creamy white stomach and tail tip. Blazing green eyes. Mate:None. Crush:... Kits:None. Kin:unknown. Clan:JayClan. Other:Special connection with StarClan. Powers:Secret. Age:.... History:A bit personal. Some other time. Apprentice:none so far. Mentor:none anymore. Update later. Anything else? Jusr ask.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 23, 2013

    S&S

    Name: Sparrowkit<p>Age: Newborn<p>Kin: Starshinekit(Sister) Pepper(Brother, dead) Lark(Mother, dead) Fang(Father, location unknown)<p>Bio: Sparrowkit is a dark brown tom, sturdy and heavily built with long hair, and lime green eyes. He is a peaceful, gentle tom, and wishes to train as a medicine cat. Loves his sister, Starshinekit, fiercely.<p><p>Name: Starshinekit<p>Age: Newborn<p>Kin: Sparrowkit(Brother) Pepper(Brother, dead) Lark(Mother, dead) Fang(Father, location unknown)<p>Bio: Starshinekit is a very pretty she-cat, with shining silver fur and bright gold eyes. Her frame is small and lithe. She can be a little shy sometimes, particulary around toms she likes. But for the most part she's very friendly. Loves her brother, Sparrowkit, very much.<p><p><p>Siggie(if any): S&S

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  • Posted September 15, 2012

    (Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a re

    (Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to J. L. Bryan.)
    This is the fourth book in the ‘Songs of Magic’ series, and kicks off where book 3 left off. (Trying to avoid spoilers so some names will be starred ** out.)
    Jason and Erin are in the land of fairy, searching for ***** who has been kidnapped by Mrs Dullahan, (the keeper of the fairy gate that Jason originally went through to steal the instruments), whilst Mitch and Dred are left alone on the set of their next big gig, trying to hold the band together until Jason and Erin return.
    Meanwhile, Aoide, the lutist from the fairy band is making her way to find the band and take back the stolen instruments.
    Will Jason and Erin find ***** in time? What will happen to the gig without a guitarist and singer? What is Mrs Dullahan’s game? Will Aoide ever get the bands stolen instruments back?

    This was a rollercoaster ride of a story! The amount of strange things in fairy was just huge and so varied, from sabre-toothed ducks to rivers made of chocolate, unicorns, electric bugs, gumball trees, the ‘sickly sweets’ infection and boats shaped like ducks. It was totally nuts! (In a good way!)
    I loved how the band was separated and each had their own thing to accomplish, I loved how Jason and Erin’s relationship moved forward, and I loved how more was revealed about several of the characters, including Erin!
    This really was an imaginative and interesting story, and the questions raised in this book leave room for further dramatic reveals in the fifth book ‘fairyvision’!
    8 out of 10.

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