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Realms of Mist and Ash

Fae Witch Chronicles Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Rachel Dulude
Series: Fae Witch Chronicles Series, Book 2
Length: 5 hrs and 56 mins
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Summary

Getting into Faerie is risky enough. Getting out again may prove impossible.

Entering Faerie is enough of a risk, never mind trying to free a changeling. That's never been done before, but that's exactly what has to happen if I'm going to rescue my best friend. So when I run into a half-blood thief who offers to help, I can't exactly say no. I mean, the guy seriously hates the fae. After all, one of them knocked up his mother.

Digging deeper into the labyrinthine fae city kingdom, we soon start to unravel a mystery I never could have imagined. Namely, how it came to be that just a few fae now control all of the magic in their world. We also learn that some of the missing humans have been spotted. Not my friend, but we must be getting closer.

But when I get waylaid by fae slave traders, find myself stripped of magic and held captive in a noble house, and discover a secret that might turn the tables of magical power in Faerie, I end up with way more than I bargained for. But I also seem to have caught the eye of a stunningly handsome fae lord. Hard to resist. And who knows? Maybe he could come in handy. Because right now it's down to me, and I'm up against a ticking clock. It's either escape or die knowing that the next stop for fae magical conquest is the human realm.

©2017 J.S. Malcom (P)2018 Tantor

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  • AshleyH
  • 03-09-18

What is wrong with writing a badass female lead? Do these authors not understand what actual badass is??

Ok authors, FEMALE AUTHORS, If you are trying to write a great book, how about making a badass female character that’s, you know, actually badass? They make you think this is the books overview and maybe even in the first couple paragraphs m but then girl meets boy and BAM she’s an idiot. Can’t make a decision without getting in trouble, oops I just did that when I totally had no idea, and now I hate having this power or I can’t have the boy because I got to other revenge things but oh how I like him. This. I’m so tired of this. And it seems ALL the books are like this. I need some Kate Daniels badass. It seems like books written by men authors seem to put their female lead in a better light. Instead of being a whiny child that throws fits because she doesn’t want to do something.

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  • Sandra Thomas
  • 13-05-19

Good listening

I have enjoyed this fiction story and will follow the rest of the series. Thank you for the good read