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Joel Flanagan-Grannemann - Talia: Heir to the Fairy Realm

4 Stars

Interesting story!

What a grand fantastical "fairy" story in Talia: Heir to the Fairy Realm by Joel Flanagan-Grannemann. This is the first work of this author that I have read, and I really enjoyed it. It started out a bit slow, but I think it was more to show who the characters were, especially since gifts from different "people" were given to Talia, from the Fairy Realm. It showed her status, and her behavior, especially her muttering to Flora, who Talia seemed to care about more than having her just be her servant. This author has a great imagination and I'm glad it's being shared with stories. It's a story about different Realms and beings, and how they interact, and try to rule over. It ends with a cliffhanger, but in a way that makes it plausible, without feeling you're missing something, but it makes you want to read the next story. This author is a great storyteller. Who could ask for more when it's filled with magical/fantastical creatures and other interesting beings? Every world has an interesting story to tell. "Talia looked at him, and wondered at the contradictions of Humans: Love and hate, peace and violence. Desire, both good and bad. "But are Fairies any different?" Talia: Heir to the Fairy Realm is a definite recommendation by Amy's Bookshelf Reviews. I look forward to reading many more books by this author. .


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