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People of Fae
     

People of Fae

3.5 8
by M.M. Gavillet
 

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Lyssa never thought much about other worlds, magic or even the possibility of either one existing, until, her world along with a hidden past crashed into her quiet life. Avoiding the spotlight for seventeen-year-old Lyssa Cleverthorn is next to impossible now that she has the Everspell—the one thing everyone wants that she wishes to get rid of…or maybe

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Lyssa never thought much about other worlds, magic or even the possibility of either one existing, until, her world along with a hidden past crashed into her quiet life. Avoiding the spotlight for seventeen-year-old Lyssa Cleverthorn is next to impossible now that she has the Everspell—the one thing everyone wants that she wishes to get rid of…or maybe keep.
Toby has it all—a beautiful girlfriend, friends, family…but something’s missing or more liked changed. He’s drawn to Lyssa, the girl he never noticed before, in a way he can’t explain, but, then again he never thought too much about spells and Banshees as girlfriends either. Plagued with dreams and visions of Lyssa, Toby Winslett soon finds himself risking his life to be with her, to save her from danger. But that’s just the beginning to a past never meant to be unearthed.
Eli never dreamed he’d end up in a prison in Avalon alongside the villains he’d put there as a sentry of the Fae world and he never thought the one true love he ever had would betray him in ways unimaginable. It isn’t until he finds the Everspell, the one thing to save Avalon, would open a world he never knew and the family he longed for.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045301084
Publisher:
M.M. Gavillet
Publication date:
09/22/2013
Series:
Fae Trilogy , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
61,358
File size:
438 KB
Age Range:
12 Years

Meet the Author

My name is M.M. Gavillet and I'm an independent author of young adult urban fantasy novels. I'm a lover of antiques because of the stories they could tell,avid collector of old gaudy jewelry and consumer of frozen yogurt. I'm a child at heart and still find enchantment even in the most mundane things. Writing is my outlet and sometimes I wish I could escape to the worlds I build. I can watch movies over and over just as much a reading a good novel over and over.

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People of Fae 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I got kinda bored after a while
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The repeative use of "seen" instead of "saw" is very distracting. Story is good otherwise.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Some aimple editing would enhance this read quite a bit. Aside from repetitive words/ phrases, the wrong tenses, mispelled, missing and mixed up words are highly distracting. If you can get past the confusion that the lack of editing causes, the story line has lots of potential. If the second book ever shows up, I hope that the author has hired a good editor and developed the supporting Fae characters in better detail than this first installation. Some areas of this book lingered too long on trivalities, while rushing through what could have been important, story telling building blocks. Missed opportunities abound, but there is enough of a nuget here to make me want to read the next book. I only hope that the messiness is cleaned up and some of the missed opportunites of this book are seized upon for the next one!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lyssa and Toby thought they were normal teenagers. High school students that ran in different circles neither could understand the weird things that started to happen around them or why they felt a strange connection to each other. Little did either of them know that absolutely nothing about their lives is what it seemed. This was an interesting story with a very color group of characters ranging from regular people to Banshees. There was a ton going on from the start with everything not being explained and I felt like it got a bit scattered about half way through leaving a lot of unanswered questions. That being said I did enjoy the overall plot of the story and really liked a few of the characters that I hope to see more of in the future. There is a lot of potential for the next book as the story about this fantastical realm continues and in my opinion Children of Fae is worth a read.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Did not really get into this, sorry.