~ Award-winning author of YA Urban Fantasy ~Growing up, Anthea Sharp spent her summers raiding the library shelves and reading, especially fantasy. She now makes her home in the Pacific Northwest, where she writes, plays the fiddle, and spends time with her small-but-good family. Contact her at email@example.com, follow her on twitter, find her on facebook (facebook.com/AntheaSharp), and visit her website.
Feyland: The First Adventureby Anthea Sharp
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(Short story prequel) High-tech gaming & ancient magic collide when a computer game opens a gateway to the treacherous Realm of Faerie.Jennet Carter never thought hacking into her dad’s new epic-fantasy sim-game would be so exciting… or dangerous. Behind the interface, dark forces lie in wait, leading her toward a battle that will test her to her limits and cost her more than she ever imagined.
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This was a cute book and I think teenagers will really enjoy this series. The book is about a Jennet who thinks she is playing a computer sim game but in reality is in the world of the Fey. Ms Sharp did a wonderful job of combining the computer gaming world and Feyland. It was a little predictable however this is a book about a teenager, and I think other teenagers would instantly relate.
When Jennet Carter decides to hack into her father's sim-game (Feyland) she has no idea that she would actually be opening a gateway to the Realm of Faerie. Moving through each level, encountering its levels and completing its quests becomes ever more treacherous as the final battle approaches. As Jennet faces off against the Dark Queen of Fearie, she begins to realize that there may be more at stake than the outcome of a game. The author, Anthea Sharp, does an extraordinary job making high-tech gaming and magic collide as the story begins to unfold. The characters are well written and the relationship, between Jennet and her father, is believable. I enjoyed this brief introduction and look forward to reading the rest of the series.
I read the whole Feyland series and would recommend to anyone who likes this genre. The concept of virtual reality blending into the Fairy Realm is really interesting.
Very weird, not always funny, but I guess its something different and a quick read
I really enjoyed reading this well-written story. It was very descriptive and I could actually imagine it really being a game. Although this is my first faerie fantasy read, I was so engrossed in the story, I read it within a few hours. I look forward to reading the entire series ♥
This book drew me in to the world of FeyLand and introduced the female lead of the series. It set up all of the events that lead to FeyLand: The Dark Realm.