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Summary

"The seasons are changing. The lines are faltering, undoing the old and bringing life to the new. Trees will fall, and changed earth will be left in their place. A storm is coming."

Finn doesn't remember much about her previous life, and in a world that has been changed by the wars of the Tuatha De, where trust is hard to come by, answers are even more difficult to find. Little does she know, an unknown evil tugs on the strings of fate, and the answers she so desperately seeks may be more important than she could have ever imagined.

©2015 Sarah C Roethle (P)2017 Sarah C Roethle

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  • CAP
  • 13-01-18

A Tree Transforms into a Human

I enjoyed this book. The premise is interesting. A tree suddenly transforming into a human. However, the woman begins to wonder if she's always been a tree. She goes on a quest, hoping to find someone to turn her back into a tree, and meets all sorts of people along the journey, including those who betray her. It's a typical quest story, with very little magic involved except for the fae forest. I think some of the characters were inconsistent, and some of their reasons for doing things a bit weak, but otherwise I did enjoy the tale and may check out more by the author.

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  • Marta Telkamp
  • 23-02-18

Great book!

Loved it. The narrator was fabulous. The story was compelling, and drew me to listen all the way to the end.

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  • Patricia E. Brown
  • 15-02-18

Really liked this

I like the new twist on the faye type creatures and the story line all together. well written and well read.

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  • Sarah
  • 02-02-18

ready for book 2

I really enjoyed Tree of Ages! I spend about 3 hours, a day, in the car and need audio books to get me through that time! This cliffhanger has me anxious to get to book 2, I just don't have time to stop and read an actual book. Hurry with the 2nd audio book please! I need to know what happens in Finn's life!

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  • SMJ26
  • 28-08-17

Well Written

Well Written but story is just not my cup tea. If you like Faes and weird creatures then you will like this story. For myself I have no interest in reading book two,three etc.

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  • Jmonaco28
  • 04-10-17

I loved this story

This was a great start to a series. I can't wait for the next one.. I hope it's not too long a wait.

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