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Summary

Alexis and Molly return to the Faery Realm, this time to confront monsters. Mutated creatures that move through the Wilds are endangering the fae and threatening the balance of the Realm. Meanwhile, another kind of monster is stalking Molly at home, sending her twisted little gifts as signs of his affection. With their problems bleeding into the Mortal Realm, Alexis and Molly have no choice but to fight back. Teaming up with the fae Monarchs, the girls venture into the Unseelie Court to find a way to defeat these demons. However, their new allies are just as frightening as the beasts they will be facing....

©2017, 2018 Jennifer Ridge (P)2019 Jennifer Ridge

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  • Weirdpup13
  • 03-12-19

A middle adventure

This story takes us deeper into court and everything going on in the Faire Realm.... the production had way less issues this time which made listening that much better!! I can’t wait to find out what happens next!

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  • Emily
  • 16-02-21

It benefits from its expanding cast

I liked Between Worlds well enough, but I loved this one. I have it in my head that I should like Alexis more than Molly, but I found myself super excited about all of Molly's chapters. It was a story that was bolstered by its expanding cast and narrative viewpoints rather than muddied by them, and also bolstered by its expandingly diverse cast, too. Now, I wasn't thrilled that Lark and Molly's relationship started with Lark being kind of a jerk to her, but they worked it out and now I like them. Keir and Alexis's troubles are similar but not so much so that it's the same thing happening over and over. I love Jaxith, I love Finch, I gotta know what happens next. Needless to say, I'm very excited about continuing the series.