Fairy-Struck - Amy Sumida

Fairy-Struck

By Amy Sumida

  • Release Date: 2015-07-12
  • Genre: Fantasy
Fairy-Struck book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 193 Ratings)

Fairy-Struck Amy Sumida Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Would you like to hear a real fairy tale? A story about the war between us and them. A war which led to a truce and a truce which led to the creation of a secret society. There are councils you know nothing about, councils of fairies and of humans who write laws which govern us both. Laws you also know nothing about yet still you are held accountable to them. If you break these laws, the Wild Hunt of Fairy will come for you but don't worry too much, it's hard to break laws concerning things you don't believe in. Fairies tend to break the truce more than humans and that's where I come in. I'm part of a military force who monitors the fey. When they cross the line, we extinguish their light... permanently. I'm Extinguisher Seren Sloane and I can tell you a real fairy's tale, if you're brave enough to listen.

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User reviews about this book

  • It was okay

    2
    By InventiveInk24
    I wasn’t able to finish this book. The main character was good in the beginning but the way she just accepts things without getting at least a little emotional was unrealistic to me. Everyone loved her immediately and her “snarky” attitude wasn’t very snarky to me. The instant romance was not my cup of tea. The book could’ve been a lot shorter if the author got rid of the unnecessary descriptions of buildings and what not. The romance actually had the least descriptions out of the entire book. The style of writing seemed rushed and I didn’t like it. I skipped many pages. I gave it two stars because it had potential but was poorly executed.
  • Great series

    5
    By RaisingCains
    I have read the entire series and can say that I enjoyed it. It is full of romance, adventure, happiness and heartbreak. If you don’t want any spoilers, stop reading here. Reader beware, this does turn into a reverse harem read as you get farther into the series. It isn’t obvious in book 1, so try not to get hooked if this isn’t your thing.

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