Into Elurien

Into Elurien

by Kate Sparkes

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Into Elurien by Kate Sparkes

When Hazel Walsh discovers a strange key in the attic of the Old Brook Inn, she doesn't imagine the door it unlocks will lead anywhere special. Though superstitious, she's never bought into the local stories of fairies, ghosts, and demons. But when she opens the door, she discovers just how wrong she was.

Hazel is dropped into a world in the midst of a revoloution, where monsters have overthrown the humans who once enslaved them. All of the humans, that is, except for Verelle, the cruel sorceress who vanished at the moment of Hazel's arrival. If Hazel wants any chance of surviving and making it back to her own world, she'll have to join forces with the amalgus Zinian-horned, winged, and monstrously attractive-to unravel the mystery of Verelle's disappearance. If they can't, the fates of two worlds will be at stake.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780994999948
Publisher: Sparrowcat Press
Publication date: 06/11/2016
Pages: 262
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.55(d)

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Into Elurien 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well crafted and an original take on visited themes of fairy tale presented in a refreshing, but gritty new perspective . It felt a little rushed in places as I wanted moments to last longer for deeper character development. Nonetheless, I greatly enjoyed it and wished there were more!
tpolen More than 1 year ago
I had such fun reading this book. Hazel is having a bit of a struggle in her personal life, having to tuck her tail and head back home - a place she couldn't wait to leave - then finds a skeleton key, opening a door that takes her to another world. And this author is crazy talented at creating other worlds (The Bound Trilogy). Hazel's situation makes it easy to identify with her and I enjoyed how her thoughts occasionally fall out of her mouth before she realizes it, and one moment she's all awkwardness, the other oozing confidence. But Auphel had my heart from the beginning - such an endearing and amiable supporting character. The twist on the monsters being the good guys and humans the evil oppressors made Elurien an intriguing place and I'd love to read more about this world and these characters. This is an absorbing fairy-tale-ish novella containing action, adventure, and, yes, romance - and about finding your place in this world or another. I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.