David was looking forward to doing some hiking on his family camping trip. That is, until he's lured into another world. Now he has to hike through the fae world, where fairies, hellhounds, and all sorts of magical creatures are lying in wait. These aren't nice, fairytale creatures. No, everything here seems determined to kill David and his family. He has to escape this dangerous realm, but the one fairy that can help him may be the one that keeps him here.
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New author a force to be reckoned with! Her first book is a joy to escape into. But you'll catch yourself thinking, too!!! I've been waiting for this book for so long, but it was worth the wait! This isn't my usual genre to read at all, but this writer just captures your heart immediately by jumping right into the story and making you feel like you've been transported into their world. And wait until you meet Cearo . . . . . that's all I can say for now, but you won't be able to stop thinking about this character. The author uses a very clever mix of old mythology with totally current storylines. I really appreciated the writer's sense of humor, too. I found myself thinking "I love this!" quite often. I purchased the book (on my Kindle) last night and stayed up reading it until I was done. The plot weaves in and out, intricately balancing the characters' perspectives, with an ending that just wowed me. I wonder how I can get the author to lock herself in a room until she gives us the next book? I need to know what she has in mind for these characters, but I guess I'll have some fun trying to imagine a few scenarios for myself (since I don' think it's legal to lock her up!). One little thing I especially liked is that Ms. Kerr doesn't bog you down with endless detail, but instead gives you just enough to create the whole world of her story in your mind's eye -- just the way YOU need to see it to make it matter to you. She gives each character the dialog and actions that would be inherent in them; whether they be quite clever, somewhat awkward, a little "crazy", or more sweet-than-brilliant. And again, there's Cearo . . . . . . . OK. I'll stop! Just read this gem for yourself. You'll be the next Tarynn Kerr fan, hopefully for a long time to come.